Three Caesars Entertainment Las Vegas resorts’ dining venues have earned recognitions in the 2013 Las Vegas Weekly Awards. Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace was named Best Buffet in Las Vegas by yet another group, Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace earned Best Room Service and Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas‘ sticky toffee pudding was named Best Reason to Save Room for Dessert.
The highly-acclaimed Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace was chosen by Las Vegas Weekly’s readers as the Best Buffet in Las Vegas. Las Vegas Weekly expressed “the food here is fresh and tasty, a terrific antidote to stale buffet stereotypes – and your pick for the best place to fill (and keep filling) your plate.” Nearing one year since its debut, Bacchanal Buffet has continued to be honored as the best buffet in Las Vegas. The most recent accolade adds to the abundant collection of awards already bestowed upon the restaurant including being named Best Buffet in Las Vegas by USA Today, the Las Vegas Review Journal and the 2013 Eating Las Vegas Restaurant Guide.
The all-new Nobu Hotel Caesars Palace was Las Vegas Weekly’s readers’ choice for Best Room Service in Las Vegas. “Legendary chef Nobu Matsuhisa serves refined, modern Japanese cuisine on five continents, but there’s only one place to sample his breakfast, and it happens to be right down the street…blueberry and yuzu soba pancakes, green tea waffles and Japanese-style breakfasts are worth that stay-cation all by themselves,” noted the Weekly.
The Best Reason to Save Room for Dessert award was given to Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas’ famed sticky toffee pudding. The magazine praised the delicious dish, “you’ll regret it if you skip Ramsay’s version of sticky toffee pudding, sinful and decadent yet magically light all in one bite.”
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