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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.
Guy Savoy is a hushed jewel box of a room filled with very serious gourmands, but in 2012, three-Michelin-star chef Savoy added a more playful menu than his traditional, nine-course... Full review →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.
Chef Guy Savoy attracts serious gourmands; in fact, many travelers plan their trips around a meal here. 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 →
In 2006, at the height of the dining revolution in Las Vegas, there was an influx of French chefs to land on the Strip. Guy Savoy, who was a star in Paris, was recruited by the president... 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 →
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 →