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A restaurant coup of epic portions occurred when Guy Savoy chose Las Vegas over New York and San Francisco for his latest U.S. restaurant.
A meal here is a staggering (and staggeringly expensive) haute cuisine experience.This is refined dining, so leave the kids behind, and avoid the Caesars casino by using the valet off Flamingo Road.
The classics—such as his famous truffle artichoke soup and guinea fowl—are still here, and you can still ask for the traditional Guy Savoy experience. Full review →
Groups of up to six friends can arrange a private cooking lesson with Asseo, which includes making an appetizer and entree, and pairing it with wines picked by Savoy's sommelier. Full review →
In an ultra-swank dining room on the second floor of the Augustus Tower, Michelin three-star chef Guy Savoy introduces Vegas gourmands to his masterful creations. Full review →
Tucked away in the Augustus Tower of Caesars Palace, Restaurant Guy Savoy, the eponymous chef’s only American venture, is a quiet oasis away from the crowds of the casino floor. Full review →
Expect an all-encompassing experience for the eyes and stomach at Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace, the only place in America to savor the cuisine of this celebrated French chef. Full review →
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. Full review →
With Strip-view picture windows overlooking the Roman Plaza, this intimate and exclusive dining room is the only US restaurant by three-star Michelin chef Guy Savoy. Full review →
It’s worth every penny, providing a level of culinary sophistication rarely glimpsed here. Full review →
The restaurant is an austere temple to creations like jewel-like oysters in ice gelée and silky artichoke and truffle soup. Full review →
The only restaurant in the United States in which to experience the elegant cuisine of Guy Savoy Full review →Choose from an a la carte menu or a number of tasting menus.
Deemed "very close to perfection", this "sublime" New French at Caesars Palace – like its Paris sib – gives diners the chance to "luxuriate in the best of everything". Full review →