Giada - The Cromwell
This charming Las Vegas restaurant welcomes diners with warm colors, comfortable furniture and natural lighting thanks to the restaurant’s huge retractable windows. Guests can eat in the dining room, lounge or at window tables, boasting breathtaking views of the Bellagio fountains and Caesars Palace.
The menu consists of Italian cuisine with refreshing, Californian influences. Menu items include lemon spaghetti, chicken cacciatore, marsala herb chicken meatballs, rosemary focaccia and lemon flatbread and vegetable Bolognese rigatoni. GIADA adds a lighter touch to Italian dishes, all while staying true to classic Italian recipes.
There are family-style options, along with a vegan and gluten-free menu options. Desserts, like the lemon ricotta cookies and sorbets, serve as the perfect ending.
Friday - Sunday: 9:00am - 3:00pm
Mon - Thurs: 5:00pm - 10:30pm
Fri - Sun: 5:00pm - 10:45pm
Bar & Lounge
Weekdays 4:30pm - 10:30pm
Weekends 4:30pm - 10:45pm
Great food and had a wonderful wine. Did not disappoint!
Was my wife's birthday and she had a wonderful time . Thank you for the special evening.
went two nights in a row and had excellent food both nights! Service could be warmer and both nights servers tried to rush the dining experience. Also - request NOT to be seated in the back hallway.
Excellent service. Signature Italian dishes far from traditional pasta.
Bit of an arrogant attitude from server via the chef.
We were told that we could not place an appetizer order while we relaxed and parooz the menu for final entree choices. Apparently the chef gets a little quirky about not having all the order in at one time. Hmmm....who is paying for this again?
Good food as usual and excellent service.
Pretty good need work on appetizers but overall good
Every year we visit. Food is always great. Great view, room and location. Service is excellent.
This is my second experience at Giada and I am happy to say it was as wonderful as my first. The service is top notch the food is excellent and the room us beautiful. While not inexpensive it is a great place for special occasions.
Food was excellent! each dish better than!the one before! Service could be warmer - felt a bit like we were bing rushed.
The ambiance, service and dinner were absolutely fantastic.
Had glass that was cracked and a piece of glass in my mouth. Advised server of it. Looked at glass for some time then got new one. Felt questioned and no apology given. Service was sub par at best throughout the meal. With many choices in vegas I wouldn't recommend. Appetizer and dessert was very good. Underwhelmed with main course.
Food was great and I know I will be back, but it was very noisy. I will be more selective of table choice next time.
We did the tasting menu for 2. For the exorbitant price, the food was rather bland. If I was to eat at Giada again, I would order off the menu and skip the $120 per person tasting menu.
Brunch was just okay. They have a $55 brunch menu that has an appetizer, salad, choice of three items and dessert. I didn't realize there was a separate brunch menu since open table just had the dinner menu, which was disappointing since the brunch menu was very limited. I ordered a salad with chicken milanese on the side. It was extremely salty, probably from all of the Parmesan cheese and dressing. Chicken wasn't flavorful. I would have preferred going for dinner to try the pasta. Unfortunately, I won't be back here.
Excited to have reservations here, but was disappointed with how long it took to get drinks and our entrees. The restaurant wasn't that busy at all for a Sunday 11:30 reservation. Did not expect it to be a two hour visit. My pesto serving size was a lot smaller than what everyone else ordered and my iced decaf coffee was served warm with the ice melting.
Great view though!
We had a Groupon for the Brunch tasting and really enjoyed it although I don't think it would've been worth it if we had paid the full price. Services was fantastic, the view of Bellagio's fountains was great, and the Limoncello souffle was hands-down the best dessert I ate the entire time I was in Vegas. The only reason I don't give Giada's 5 stars is because the poached eggs on the Salmon Cakes Benedict were woefully undercooked. Inside a thin skin of cooked whites, the rest of the whites were nearly raw and inedible. I am not the type of person to make a scene by sending things back to the kitchen, but this was a big disappointment. The rest of the food was stellar, though.
Every time I’m in Las Vegas I make sure I have breakfast there. Good food, great view.
Been wanting to try this restaurant for years ... finally been able to go and it is definitely worth the wait ... Food was outstanding and service was absolutely fabulous. Although the open windows did provide cool air from outside it did allow traffic noise to come into restaurant with was bothersome at times. Otherwise definitely a restaurant to try when in town or looking for a romantic place to take a loved one. Definitely a MUST TRY!
Loved our waiter and the service! Food was good but it was the package of service ambience and food that made it my best dining experience in Vegas
The music was disappointing! Italian music would of been more fitting instead of all the hip hop stuff playing. Very expensive for what you get. Have neighborhood bars that have better food for value.
We enjoyed a delicious dinner - both appetisers and entrees were exceptional. our dinner was enhanced by attentive service from Rocco, and his many supporters, and our wine was presented beautifully, with the champagne being kept delightfully iced. all in all an excellent evening. the opening of the windows a spectacular special effect!
Great food with awesome service ,highly recommend trying this place..
Very good service, portions were slightly smaller for the price. The food and ambiance was wonderful. The chocolate hazelnut crunch was so good! I would recommend to friends or come back again! No complimentary birthday treats for the birthday girls though.
Great place to celebrate a birthday.
I have been to Giada's many times and have recommended it to many people. This experience however was one of the worst dining experiences I have had in a long time. The service was terrible from start to finish.
Great place for brunch. Tasting menu is excellent. One of our favorites.
We had the brunch tasting menu, while eating our salad & antipasti platter, they brought our entree but right away took it back until we were finished. We had a view of the strip but the sun eventually came upon my brother who asked the waiter to bring the shade down.
Great food great staff overall great experience
I used to watch Giada’s cooking show so my expectations were high. Unfortunately, the food was average; nothing special. It felt like the menu has been neglected.
We had the polenta waffle with sunnyside up egg, and the smoked salmon on toast with pesto, tomato, avocado and arugula salad. Amazing dishes! Wonderful flavors, generous portions, and great service.
Fantastic experience from the welcome all the way through to departure. Our server Billy was first class. Very knowledgeable and attentive. Highly recommended!
This was a phenomenal restaurant. The ambiance was wonderful and the food was delicious. It was a little smaller portions than expected but it was the perfect amount where you don’t feel overly full walking out. I would recommend it to everyone!
Amazing food; some of Giada’s best. Service was first class and the scenery overlooking the Strip was cool. Also doesn’t suck when you get to watch the water show at the Bellagio from your seat, with the Eiffel Tower off in the background.
Love, Love, Love Giadas! Always come here for dinner when in Vegas. Hazelnut Brownie dessert is to die for!
We went to Giada's on Friday, 10/12/18, with a party of 8. I was soo excited to go to Giada's restaurant since I've been a fan of Giada since she started on the Foodnetwork. I had very high expectations and I'm very happy to say that our experience met my expectations. But I have 2 things I want to discuss: because the windows were open, there was excess noise from the street, on top of the typical restaurant noise. It was hard to hear our conversations since we had a big party. 2nd was my entrée that was the Italian Fried Chicken Cacciatore style. Sad to say, I was underwhelmed. Giada has a recipe for Chicken Cacciatore that is to die for. I think she should use her more authentic Chicken Cacciatore recipe instead. The rest of the dishes were excellent! We were all celebrating our 60th birthday and it was a memorable meal! We will be back.
Everything beautifully presented but way overpriced. One drink, a reasonable entree and dessert was $100 before tip.
Food was amazing and our server, Andrew, very conscientious.
Our dish was very good however it was too loud with windows opened.