I got managed into going to this place last night and had to share a few observations... 1) getting in the door is a fiasco - they sort you based on size of the party and for some the announced wait was 1 to 1.5 hours. Only took us 40 minutes to be seated. 2) they come around taking pictures of people in line... there's nothing more memorable of a Vegas trip than that time I stood in line for an hour for food... Said no one ever!!! 3) This brings us to the food... if you favor quantity over quality this is definitely the place for you. There is a lot of selection; better than most buffets I have been to and covering an array of cuisines. Let's start with cold seafood - oysters maybe... if you adore them as much as I and demand them by name then you are going to be very sorry... gritty and flat tasting was my recollection of it. So move on to the paella - you know the aroma and flavour? Turns out, someone at Caesars missed that memo! A lot of the food was single dimensional. The lamb was seasoned well but cooked wrong... Asian food? If you like Panda Express (and no disrespect to PE) then you are in for a treat... something fundamental like noodles in soup was done wrong. 4) At this point I was at the limits of what I considered acceptable so I went for the dessert table. The plates were hot, not just warm to the touch but warm enough to melt the chocolate off some of my choices. There wasn't anything inspired among the choices. 5) I summoned a manager and voiced my disappointment in the quality of food and the plate situation. He apologized the standard canned response involving multi directional finger pointing and an offer to return. I learned a long time ago a smart man knows when to leave the table in Vegas. The highlight of dinner was a creation my brother assembled from other dishes - it was an adventure in flavour. I don't usually hold a buffet restaurant to any high degree of standard but in a town with as many choices as LV, this is worth calling out. Save your time and your tastebuds... Redemption will hopefully be found in one of the fine establishments in V/P later today.