Restaurant Guy Savoy
Diners looking for an upscale experience can sample the elegant and legendary French cuisine of Chef Guy Savoy at his namesake restaurant in Caesars Palace. Menu highlights include the silky artichoke and black truffle soup, crispy sea bass and the decadent colors of caviar. In February, Guy Savoy received the highly acclaimed Forbes Five Star restaurant award.
The restaurant has also been listed as one of the country's best by Bon Appetit, given a 3 ½ (out of 4) star rating by Los Angeles Times food critic S. Irene Virbilla, called "the best restaurant in Las Vegas and one of the finest anywhere" by Newsweek and was a finalist for the James Beard Foundation's Best New Restaurant award. Other accolades include the AAA Five Diamond award, two Michelin stars, the Wine Spectator Grand Award, inclusion on the Gayot.com Top 40 Restaurants in America list, the Condé Nast Traveler Hot 100 list and Best New Restaurant lists for Esquire and Travel + Leisure.
Brock Radke, Las Vegas Weekly restaurant reviewer, names Restaurant Guy Savoy as tied for the No. 5 spot with Joël Robuchon in his ranking of the 20 most important restaurants in Las Vegas.
The restaurant was also listed in the top 10 in the guide book "Eating Las Vegas: The 50 Essential Restaurants."
Feel like splurging a little more? In the restaurant's new Cognac Lounge, you can order Talent, a cognac by the Hine family, which costs $700 an ounce.
- Cuisine: French
- Price range: $$$$
- Attire: Formal
- Credit cards accepted: Yes
- Kids menu: No
- Gaming: No
- Waiter service: Yes
- Serves alcohol: Yes
- Drive thru: No
- Reservations accepted: Yes
- Delivery: No
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