Fine Dining: Noted Chef Guy Savoy has his only United States restaurant in Las Vegas. Recipient of several culinary awards and accolades, Guy Savoy's restaurant was once a finalist for the James Beard Foundation's Best New Restaurant of the Year award. Epicurean indulgences here include the chef's signature artichoke and black truffle soup, available on the Signature Menu, the Innovation Menu and the a la carte offerings. The Innovation Menu truly lives up to its name with dishes like the octopus with cucumber and Yuzu gelee, chickpeas and mint, or the roasted quail breast and eggplant textures. Restaurant Guy Savoy also has a Krug Chef's Table, a 2-6 person experience that provides an intimate view of the kitchen while serving a menu created to pair with Krug's Champagnes.
Restaurants on the Strip: If you want to eat at a Guy Savoy restaurant, Las Vegas is the only place you can do so in the United States. Diners will enjoy an intimate and exclusive atmosphere here, along with a modern-style French menu, including the chef's signature Artichoke and Black Truffle Soup. Prices here reflect the upscale food, but as with many of the Las Vegas Strip's best restaurants, a meal here is often a destination in itself for the serious epicurean. A variety of menus are offered, as well as special menus for holidays. The Krug Chef's Table is an exclusive option that seats only six diners and serves dishes selected to pair with Krug Champagne. If you'd like to learn how to cook some of the restaurant's specialties, check out the cooking classes with one of the restaurant's chefs.
Best Restaurants: The exclusive Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace is well known for the chef's signature artichoke and black truffle soup, but the food is incredible at every level. Each delectable dish is a culinary delight. Fixed course meals are available, but a la carte orders are also available. The Foie-Gras is one of the restaurant's signature dishes that can be ordered singly. Guy Savoy also has a Krug Chef's Table, an exclusive 6-person private dining room with views into the kitchen, and featuring fine cuisine paired with champagne from Krug. Be sure to check the restaurant's website for special, one-date-only fixed menus and wine pairings.
Local Expert Terrisa Meeks Says:
Fine Dining: "The correct pronunciation of the restaurant's name–also the chef's name–is "ghee sav-wah," with "guy" rhyming with "key" and Savoy in the traditional French style."
Restaurants on the Strip: "It's easy to remember to silence your cell phone here because there's a reminder on the menu--and on another note of etiquette, the correct pronunciation of the chef's name is "Ghee Sav-wah.""
Best Restaurants: "The noted chef's only United States restaurant."
Best for Fine Dining Because: Guy Savoy continues to earn the highest praise and awards from food critics and discriminating diners.
Best for Restaurants on the Strip Because: The exclusive Guy Savoy in Las Vegas transforms meals into artful and memorable experiences.
Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: If you're really a fan, sign up for the personal cooking class.
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