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About Giada - The Cromwell
Italian food lovers can rejoice: Emmy-Award winning celebrity chef Giada De Laurentiis has opened her first-ever restaurant, GIADA inside 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.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Hours of Operation:
Friday - Sunday: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Daily: 5:00pm - 10:00 pm
Bar & Lounge - Open Monday-Sunday 3:30pm to 11:30pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Cromwell Parking Garage & Valet Available
Flamingo Road & Las Vegas Blvd Bus Stops
Private Party Facilities:
Private Dining available for seating from 14-50 guests.
Private Party Contact:
Linda Brookins: (702) 731-7778
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please call the restaurant directly for any Holiday Reservations.
Giada - The Cromwell Ratings and Reviews
Waiter was friendly! Wanted everything on the menu! I had the American breakfast with polenta and the best Bloody Mary I have ever had!!!!! Others with me ordered the spaghetti and meatball! She loved that!! Another ordered the American breakfast with the lemon smashed potatoes ! A friend ordered the pasta
This was my second time at Giadas but my husbands first. I brought him here for our anniversary. My first experience was wonderful but this one was not al all the same. We had to wait over 15 minutes even with a reservation. It seemed all the large parties were getting sat and all the 2 tops were waiting. Our server was pleasant. The food was very lack luster and not worth the cost. I had to return the buffalo mozz because it was so over spiced it was inedible. The prosciutto was as good as I remembered it. Both of our entrees were awful. My risotto was undercooked and under seasoned. His bolognese was also under seasoned. I wish I listened to my gut when I read recent reviews and steered clear.
Tables were nicely set and the light was just the right level. It was noisy.
The bread platter was good. I especially enjoyed the rosemary focaccia with the olive oil. For antipasto, I had the roasted eggplant parmigiana. It was okay but tasted flat. It was a large portion. The short rib papardelle was excellent but $35 seemed pretty steep for this dish. I guess that’s why it is a $$$$ restaurant on open table.
The service was excellent. Dave and the two gentlemen helping him were attentive with hovering.
Love Giada. Service was on point. Food was AMAZING. We had the octopus. The tricolore salad, the branzino, the risotto and the polenta. The food was delicious. For dessert we had the limoncello soufflé, which was TO DIE FOR. Even if you’re not a dessert person, if you’re ever at Giada’s, the Limoncello soufflé IS A MUST!
This was my first time to dine at Giada’s, and it was most definitely a culinary experience. I’ve been to Vegas the last three years in a row for work, and have eaten at many outstanding restaurants while there. Giada’s topped every single one of them. Every dish I had was absolutely amazing and memorable. Sadly, I only rated my experience a 4 due to subpar service, which was disappointing. Our waiter was distant, and although not unfriendly, he was not friendly either. We left feeling cheated in this respect, but luckily the rest of the experience was enough to make up for it. I will go back next time, with fingers crossed for friendlier service.
This was a bucket list trip for me. I have wanted to go to Giada’s restaurant ever since it opened in Las Vegas so we flew to Las Vegas for my birthday to celebrate at Giada’s. The ambience was perfect. It was very pretty and our server Rocco was excellent and he made my birthday very special. We got the whole chicken with cacciatore sauce for two but unfortunately it was dry. For $60 I expected something better. I didn’t let that dampen my spirits because I still loved everything about the night and I would definitely go back. The cocktails were delicious and for dessert we had the chocolate tiramisu cheesecake which was delicious!
Our first visit to Giada’s was absolutely awesome.
The ambiance of the restaurant was very nice and not what i expected.
Service was top notch, and were very knowledgeable with the menu, liked the visual menu.
We ordered the Tasting menu portions were perfect since it was a four course meal , along with the wines per dish.
Everything was great start to finish.
That being said it is on the expensive side but a very enjoyable experience.
The breads and burrata were delicious! The shrimp cocktail and sauce were tasteless. Some of the food was delicious, some was ok, some was a disappointment. The cocktails were lovely as was our waiter. The sides never appeared. Maybe that was a good thing? The dessert was ok. Maybe my hopes were too high, but this was a definite letdown.
The ambience of this restaurant is great. You have great views of the strip. It is an expensive restaurant. The food, however, is only average. I had the three pastas and they ranged from disappointing to good. For the cost of the meal, the food should have been better.
My wife is a huge Giada fan. In fact most of the meals she cooks come from Giada's books. We visit Vegas frequently because my brother in-law lives there with his family, so my wife always stressed that she always wanted to go to her restaurant. Next time we visit, she wants to go to Giada's new restaurant in Vegas.
The evening was outstanding! The wait staff was very attentive, keeping our water and drink glasses filled throughout the evening. We have noticed that some restaurants tend to lower the level of service (at least the servers do) when they find out you are not ordering wine or alcohol. Not so at Giada's! The food was overall outstanding; we had a wide variety of both appetizers and entrees. All were excellent! Nothing but positives from our second dining experience at Giada's.
Food is usually always good but has gone downhill ! The pork chop was horrible breading was over powered by thyme and rosemary ! Husband was sick to his stomach after we left !
Salmon was delicious !
Brussels sprouts had more breadcrumbs on them that I couldn’t taste the Brussels sprouts
Most of the food was amazing; however, I was a little disappointed with the signature lemon shrimp pasta- it was just too lemony. The chairs they seated us in were extremely uncomfortable and they bothered us the whole thing. The burrata was out of this world and the scallop risotto was good too.
We really wanted to be impressed by the food. We have experienced the restaurants of Tom Colicchio (Craftsteak), Gordon Ramsey (Gordon Ramsey Steak), Bobby Flay (Mesa Grill). All of them were a reflection of the attention to detail and perfection of which these Chefs are known. I cannot say the same for Giada. We arrived early for our reservation choosing to sit in the lounge. The young lady taking our drink order appeared bored with her job. It was a Sunday night so maybe she was tired from the night before. Only two of us, we were seated in what I can only describe as a hallway area, small 2 seat tables on either side of the “hall”. The one side had a somewhat limited view out the window, the other side, not so pleasant. The rosemary bread was tasty it was served with Parmesan crips, fried capers, lemon marscapone, salt and red pepper flakes (confusing) for apps Baby sweet peppers with goat cheese were okay. I’ve had better at the Italian daily in my area. Buffalo mozzarella - eh nothing to special. Romaine salad standard fare. But the big disappointment was the Pappardelle. I think there was maybe three tiny pieces of short rib, very al dente noodles, I wanted to like this dish. Italian food should be leave you satisfied this one decidedly did not. I know it’s Vegas and high rollers abound but the wine list was waaaay over the top for the food on the menu. I think the executive chef at Giada should spend more money on developing a satisfying menu then trying to impress with the wine list.
We won’t return and won’t be recommending it. We wish we could, the location is lovely but the food just did not impress.
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