It was $34.99 for lunch on a weekday (It used to be considerably less; they've raised the price four times since the buffet opened in September of last year. Dinner is now around the $45 mark). You can get like a buck off if you're a Total Rewards (Harrah's/Caesar's loyalty program) member.
Overall, I probably ate or took a bite of over 50 dishes. I actually tried more dishes than I can list and but here are the one's that stood out for me (from good to bad to interesting):
Thumbs up!Gelato - there are unique, tasty flavors like Balsamic Fig and Vanilla Fleur de Sel (sea salt vanilla). Plus, it won't fill you up too much so you'll have room for the overwhelming variety of food to try.
Brisket (below) - perfectly smoked and tender. No sauce necessary.
Coffee comes in a vacuum pot that stayed hot for the entire two and a half hours I was sampling everything possible.
Roasted Turkey Breast - flavorful and oh-so-juicy.
BBQ Pork Sliders (see first pic) - too much sauce.
Sweet potato fries and tots are glazed, making them more sweet than typical. Not a bad thing, just different.
Pozole - mmm... soup. A bit salty, but good.
My Prime Rib was a bit dry and not so good. I'm sure it varies with the cut you get (I was eyeing other people's plates with prime rib and theirs looked good!), but there you go.
I don't know
Most dishes at the Bacchanal Buffet were at least good. Some were great and a few not-so-great. Overall, I would say it stands a little taller than the other top buffets I've tried in Las Vegas.