Before it shut down in 2000, the Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace was the epitome of gourmet decadence combining fine dining with entertainment in the Sin City. This feast fit for a king, which made a comeback on 11th September and is priced for one too- $17,000,000! What sets it apart is the 500 items from their nine kitchens-Mexican, Italian, American, Chinese, Japanese, Seafood, Pizza, Deli, and Desserts- the largest on the Las Vegas strip. This exorbitant dining experience is set in a 25,000 square feet area which can seat around 600 people and overlooks the hotel’s stunning property.
Unlike other Las Vegas buffets, each chef will have their designated live station, encouraging the patrons and chefs to develop a rapport. Japanese firm Super Potato is the brains behind this intimate space and have used a host of materials like wood, glass, and metal to create it. Gluttons, for whom price is no bar and delectable variety of supreme importance, this one is a match made in food heaven.