Caesars Palace - 3570 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV, 89109
$55 to $100
Payment types accepted:
AMEX, VISA, MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, CASH
Wednesday - Sunday, 3 p.m. - midnight.
Reservations: Reservations Required
Guy Savoy Review:
Restaurant Guy Savoy in Caesars Palace is a truly unique experience indeed.
Located in the Spa Tower, Guy Savoy features a secluded private dining experience that is removed from the noisy casino floor, guests with over-sized suitcases, and anything else that would distract from a perfect meal.
The staff is trained to anticipate what the guest wants before they even know they want it.
When you think "fancy French restaurant" the word "simple" is not the first thing that jumps into your head. But at Restaurant Guy Savoy, simplicity is key. French Chef extraordinaire Savoy has created a truly exceptional dining experience that is surprisingly warm, welcoming and throws the stereotype right out the window.
Largely due to General Manager (and Guy's son) Franck Savoy, the service flows effortlessly through the dining room and is consistently on point. The charismatic younger Savoy radiates warmth and humor in his dining room, while still maintaining the formality and outstanding quality of service.
The restaurant boasts two semi-private dining rooms (Eliott and Axelle), a chef's table, and a large, fully private dining room, Leah.
"The three private dining rooms are named after the children of my sister: Axelle, Eliott, and Leah. Leah is the biggest and can seat up to thirty-four people," says Franck Savoy. Axelle seats eight to 10 people and Eliott seats 12 to 14 people.
Savoy's menu includes simple yet creative and flavorful dishes like the signature artichoke and black truffle soup. The soup is absolute perfection with simple flavors that create a harmonious duet, topped with shavings of reggiano parmigiano cheese.
Other appetizing delights include tout petit pois, a delicious dish of pea puree, whole peas, and a poached quail egg. Crispy veal sweetbreads with petite potato and black truffle and crispy sea bass with delicate spices are other options.
As for desserts, Restaurant Guy Savoy does not disappoint. The pastry selection includes a mignardise carte, grapefruit terrine and a selection of daily prepared, fresh desserts. The desserts are light and fruity, and for a reason.
"It's important for us. When you come here you eat a lot. We make you eat a lot. We want you to eat a lot. Even if you don't order a lot, you have a lot of treats coming with your dinner. You don't want to finish with cheesecake, you just want something refreshing. Our desserts are simple, refreshing and [don't contain] a lot of sugar in order for you to finish with dessert," said Savoy.
Restaurant Guy Savoy in Caesars Palace is the sister of Savoy's five other restaurants in France. The menu is 90 percent the same as the menu in Paris, with 10 percent being American adaptation. In addition to the à la carte menu, Restaurant Guy Savoy also has tasting menus starting with a pre-theatre menu for $98.
After dinner, retire to the Cognac Lounge, which offers cognac connoisseurs and novices alike a taste of history with rare cognacs, many of which can only be found at Guy Savoy. The cognac menu features cognacs that will evolve as the restaurant acquires other bottles or bottles are finished.
Restaurant Guy Savoy has a unique take on French cuisine that is unparalleled to anything else in Las Vegas. Savoy's commitment to using fine ingredients to create simple, delicate, mouthwatering culinary masterpieces is the critical and crowning achievement to its success. As if that weren't enough, the modern décor, exceptional service and scenic views are three more reasons why Restaurant Guy Savoy is a truly outstanding place to dine.
-- Review By Nikki Neu
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