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.
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. The ultimate item on this exclusive, fine-dining restaurant is the 10-course Menu Prestige. This epicurean indulgence features the chef's signature artichoke and black truffle soup, among nine other delicious dishes. For a less full-on dining experience, try the Bubble Bar, where you can have champagne and small plates. Restaurant Guy Savoy also has a Krug Room, a private dining room that features fine cuisine and champagne from Krug.
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, 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 Strip's highly awarded restaurants, a meal here is often a destination in itself for the serious epicurean. A variety of menus are offered, but the 10-course Menu Prestige is the restaurant's premier offering. While reservations are an absolute must to eat here, the restaurant's Bubble Bar offers champagne and small dishes, and reservations are not required.