Ceaser's Palace, Las Vegas

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    Max Brenar Chcolcate in Cesear's Palace: Chocs away

    by davesut Written Feb 2, 2014

    In teh shopping arcade, opposite H&M as at time of wriuting, is this chocolate themed restaurant. Now who could pass that? We were in the behemoth of shops in Cesear's Palace and decided that this was the place ot eat one evening. Really enjoyed the mains, I had Kobe Beef, and service was very good. Not sure of teh iew though, make sure you eat inside rather than on patio facing the shops, if you have a choice. I remember the desserts being rather disappointing after a big build up but I think that was because they were a bit rich and needed to be shared rather than one each. Cost of $90 for 3 mains, 3 drinks, 3 desserts.

    Favorite Dish: Kobe Beef was great

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    Bacchanal Buffet: The newest high end buffet

    by PinkFloydActuary Written Nov 30, 2013
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    The Bacchanal Buffet is the latest high end buffet on the strip (to date, the highest end). Even at $35 for lunch, we decided we had to give it a try. For a Monday afternoon, it was fairly busy...about a twenty minute wait to get in. Once we were seated, we started to feast. The Asian section of the buffet was the highlight for me. They knock it out of the park with lots of great Chinese and sushi. My plate was packed before we really even made it out of that section. The carvery area was enormous – turkey, beef, sausage...they also had fried chicken (OK) and wings (better.) The seafood area had some interesting choices as well, including oysters on the half shell (not my cup of tea) and shrimp and grits (much better). The desserts were on the OK side – I tried a few ice cream flavors that were good, but the winner in that section was the red velvet whoopee pie. Ultimately, while everything was very good, I'm not sure it justified the price tag. I probably would stick with Cravings or Bellagio as far as bang for the buck.

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    Serendipity 3: Family Fun~

    by Yaqui Updated May 27, 2013

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    They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner that the whole family will like, but you have to try their desserts. One of the best places on the strip to get some really yummy ice cream! They have a walk up window too.

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    Cypress Street Marketplace: Expensive!

    by Yaqui Written May 27, 2013

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    We needed to get something to drink, so we wondered into here. WOW, it was expensive. We bought a couple of soda's and something to snack on and had to buy it with gold....lol. Just a friendly warning. Different places to choose from at least and the atmosphere is pleasing at least.

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    Serendipity 3: Not a stand out.

    by blueskyjohn Written Mar 7, 2013

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    Stopped here for lunch. Had gone the night before for some ice cream but they close at 11pm. Although they told us there was a 30 minute wait for a table, we noticed quite a tables that did not get bussed for a while. We went eating at the bar. The bartender was not all that friendly. I ordered the veggie burger which was a little overwhelming with onion chopped in. Fell apart when I took a bite. My friend ordered the chicken chop chop which was very good. For dessert we shared a frozen hot chocolate. Everyone told us to try this but I was not impressed.

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    Espresso Culture & Cuisine: Great coffee

    by kris-t Updated Nov 10, 2012

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    Good cofee shop food and good prices.

    Great view of the Strip and Harrahs Hotel.

    Favorite Dish: Real (not American) coffee and decent amount of Espresso, like 4 table spoons instead of 2 tea spoons in some other places :)

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    caesar's palace: casino dinning

    by doug48 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    caesar's palace has an excellent selection of restaurants to choose from. the following is a list of restaurants at caesar's palace.
    fine dinning:
    restaurant guy savoy, 808, augustus cafe, bradley ogden, nero's, payard patisserie, rao's, hyakumi, mesa grill.
    check their website for more info and reservations.

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    Mesa Grill: Bobby Flay does food right

    by Herkbert Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Bobby Flay's Mesa Grill can be summed up as great food with a little bit of spice. If you can walk in and instantly choose an item then you are better then I am. It took a while to choose from the many great items on the menu. Modern, comfortable and welcoming come to mind when I think of the restaurant. The service was terrific. Our waitress was very nice and attentive. She was able to help us to make some good choices thanks to her knowledge of the menu and ingredients.

    The wine list had perfect choices to match up with the food and they also had some specialty drinks that were delicious.

    We would definitely recommend the restaurant to everyone.

    Favorite Dish: What a tough decision, but I think my tiger shrimp and roasted garlic corn tamale with corn-cilantro sauce just edges out the bbq duck tortilla. Simply delicious.

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    Terrazza at Caesar's: Upscale Italian

    by kala6487 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    I don't think there is any 'downscale' Italian in Vegas, unless you count the pizza joints. This place is off the main drag in Caesar's, that's why we chose it. The decor is pretty authentic (as well as the waiter).

    We had an antipasto appetizer. I wish I knew that because they also bring out bread, olives, cheese and roasted almonds. We each had linguine with clam sauce and to add a kick, green chili. Good selection of wines, also.

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    Cafe Lago: Ceasers Cafe

    by Etoile2B Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    LIz, me & Missy at Cafe Lago

    Café Lago is a cute little restaurant located in Caesars Palace. Their American menu offers a variety of salads, sandwiches burgers and more in a relaxing atmosphere. The food is great and reasonably priced. Breakfast is available all day and the menu is diverse so there’s something for everyone. We were pleased with the service and would return again. It’s a great option for anyone looking to avoid the greasy spoon diners and want to spend a little less than the more popular restaurants charge. Just beware that the drinks here are a little pricey compared to the food.

    Favorite Dish: The wood-fired pizzas are great – unique and large enough to share. The appetizer portions are healthy as well. No one in our party was disappointed with their meal. Try the Asian chicken pizza. It’s really yummy!

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    Serendipity 3: For Dessert Lovers

    by deecat Updated Jan 30, 2011

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    Several times we walked by Serendipity 3 and asked each other, " What is this "Serendipity 3?" Toward the end of our trip, we decided to give it a try. The restaurant has a hugh front porch for outdoor eating, and since it was such a nice day, we decided to eat outside. We had a perfect spot to view the strip and just "people watch". At the time, we unaware of how famous Serendipity was. Usually, there is a long wait to be seated; however, on this particular day, their was light traffic and no waiting list.

    Out handsome young waiter was quite friendly and most efficient. Because we wanted to try one of the "sinful" desserts, we decided to eat a very light lunch. As the afternoon moved on, a wind "whipped up", and it became much colder. Thus, we decided to ask our waiter if we could have a seat indoors to eat our ice cream dessert. He was quite accommodating and gave us an excellent seat inside this interesting place. [See photo #4 for the inside view.]

    Favorite Dish: Photograph #1 shows the outside of this famed place which is located in front of the Caesar's Palace Hotel and is affiliated with the hotel/casino. Evidently, there is a Serendipit in New York City.The large replica of the famous "frozen Hot Chocolate"on the front porceh [See Photo #1] is unique as is the drink itself.

    Although it is most famous for its sweet treats, Serendipity 3 also offers many other types of foods. They have :BEGINNINGS" such as Blue Corn Nachos,Hot Springs Wings or SOUPS such as Pilgrim's Corn Chowder or New England Clam Chowder; SALADS are also available such as Pasta Salad duJour, Chicken Julia, or Shrimp Stuffed Avocado; DE LA MAISON includes such dishes as Lemon Chicken, Steak Char Char, Sauteed Chicken Livers; DE LA MER offers Salmon a La Garden of Allah or Lemon Sole; They, of course, have various HAMBURGERS such as Bleu Burger or Cheddarburger. They also offer CASSEROLES, CREPES, OMELETTES, SANDWICHES,or PASTAS.

    The items at Serendipity 3 are very expensive.

    Mickey and I shared a huge, delicious salad with spinach, candied pecans, tomatoes, cheese with a wonderful dressing. [See Photo#2]. Once we went inside, we had a gigantic Sundae [See Photo #3]. with fudge, fresh strawberries, both vanilla and chocolate icecream, strawberry and chocolate sauces. Note that the Fudge and strawberry sauces are also in the small plate under the ice cream dish. DECADENT!

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    Ciao Ciao Cafe-Bar: Super Gelato

    by deecat Updated Jan 29, 2011

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    Mickey with our Snickers Bar Gelato
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    After completing our dinner at the Trevi Restaurant, we continued on in the Forum Shops. Shortly, we came upon numerous people who were eating delicious looking Gelato. We inquired and discovered that these tasty treats had been purchased at a Bar-Cafe called Ciao Ciao. We perused the gelato refrigerator cabinets and decided to once again share. We ordered a three-dip container of SNICKERS GELATO

    The Snickers flavor was a very wise decision. First of all, it tasted just like a Snickers bar, and the combination of caramel, chocolate, and nuts was "yummy". We had a difficult time finishing this treat. The people next to us were sharing a huge dish of some kind of gelato which appeared to be about 5-6 dips. In size, our treat paled in comparison to theirs.

    I would say that Ciao Ciao Cafe-Bar presented about 30-40 different flavors from which to choose. All looked quite delicious.

    Favorite Dish: Besides Gelato, they served alcoholic drinks, other desserts, and some sandwiches.
    However, by far, the gelato seemed to be the best sellers. I can just imagine how busy they are in the hot summer months.

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    Johnny Rockets: Old Fashioned Burgers

    by kimberlyfisher1 Updated Jun 24, 2008

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    Can you say 790 calorie hamburger?

    I guess I can. Perfect for the ever-present Vegas hangover. This old-fashioned burger joint has all the American classics; burgers, fries, milkshakes, onion rings, hot dogs. Sometimes the coronary is worth it.

    Fun fact: Johnny Rocket hamburgers can be made over a million different ways. Favorite toppings include crispy onion rings, Tilamook cheddar cheese, and all meat chili.

    Favorite Dish: Burger and a diet soda.

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    Sushi Roku: Cool Sushi Place

    by monicarc Written Mar 23, 2008

    great sushi place, located in the Ceasar's Forum Shops. The whole atmosphere of good food, great view of strip and minimalist decor was nice. The tables were rather close together though and you could hear other people's conversations.

    Favorite Dish: sushi was good, so was the apple dessert. the mojito's were good as well.

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    spago: cafe

    by doug48 Written Jan 26, 2008

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    spago is one of several wolfgang puck's restaurants in las vegas. spago is a cafe style restaurant located in caesar's forum shopping complex. the american/european fare is very good but expensive. they offer patio dining in caesar's forum that is a great people watching spot.

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