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About Restaurant Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace
Restaurant Guy Savoy serves an intimate dinner experience with the highest level of personalized service and stunning Contemporary French Cuisine.
At Restaurant Guy Savoy, a meal is a celebration of life. Each Guy Savoy creation is subject to the scrutiny of the eye and the senses of smell, taste and touch. Seasonal ingredients are combined to make their flavors come together in perfect harmony, or to make their differences play against one another. The wait staff is attentive and approachable, exhibiting flawless yet discreet service, creating a home-away-from home environment for each guest.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
French, Contemporary French
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Wednesday - Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:30pm
$50 and over
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The Main Entrance Valet is the nearest to the restaurant.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wine
Restaurant Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace Ratings and Reviews
When you charge $90 for a starter and $130 for the main course, the food should be spectacular, innovative and unforgettable. It wasn't. The whole experience starting from booking the table was annoying. Despite taking a credit card they would charge $150 a person if we were a no show, soMeone still has to call to confirm. The reason I like open table is that you can make reservations without the phone hassle. So the call was a minor but annoying nuisance. Either don't take the credit card or skip the call.
We knew the night wouldn't go as planned when we first arrived and were told the menu we had our eye on wasn't being served. That was despite the menu being still on the website. The waiter confirmed it was but still wouldn't serve it. They thanked us for pointing it out. I guess part of a customers job was to help,with their tech service. The only fixed menu seemed excessive so we each ordered the colors of caviar. It was fine but nothing special and didn't elevate the caviar in any way. For the $200 costs, an ounce or two of good caviar with standard accompaniments would have been better. My lobster dish was fine but nothing special. The foam was unnecessary and at $125 was obscenely overpriced. My wife's white truffle risotto was fine but again nothing special for the $130 price. The cheese cart was good but not as good at the Guy Savoy in Paris
Then the incident. There was a large group of loud tourists who insisted on taking photos around the desert cart. After the photo shoot one of the group got sick and passed out. Paramedics arrived and 30 minutes later wheeled out the patron and then a waiter brought over the same desert cart the sick patron was pawing. When we asked about whether the food was replaced, the waiter acted like nothing had happened. We decided to only try the sealed items since we didn't know what illness could've been spread. The cream Caramel was poorly done and it was more omelet than cream. The mandaline was dry and flavorless.
This Michelin rated restaurant lives up to its rating. The service and food is amazing. The food preparation is incredible. The only caviat is the cost. If you haven’t been there before you might want to call and inquire. However, if you are celebrating a special day or have a unlimited expense account, this is one of the greatest restaurants in the world.
If God came to earth his first stop would be Guy Savoy for dinner. The foie gras was an orgasmic experience. The black truffle soup was beyond reproach. And the Wagyu beef with the caramelized edges was so delicious I would eat it daily. ‘‘This is the second best meal I’ve had in my life (the best was Aurelia’s in Antwerp)”. And this after traveling to over 40 countries. If you can afford it this is a must.
The service was impeccable. The food was very good. The atmosphere was lacking because we were the only ones in the restaurant. The prices are just too high. I took my mother there for her birthday before going to see Celine Dion. We had a lovely time but again, prices are way too high.
My wife and I went for our anniversary and each had the signature menu and shared the wine pairing. We were blown away by the quality and presentation.
It was by far the best Dining experience I have experienced, and really shows what goes into obtaining the stars they have.
I can’t afford to eat like this often at all, but I can easily say that it is worth every penny as an experience.
Very expensive meal so only go if you have discretionary income as it ran about $700 per person after tip. The food was out of this world. We did the fine pairing with very rare wines. Hands down the best dining experience I have ever had. I stress again unless you appreciate a high end meal and are willing to pay for the best this isn't the place for you. Anyone looking for a once in a life time experience it's a must try!
the best restaurant on the las vegas strip.
the impeccable service, food and wine pairings was an extraordinarily exceptional experience -
from start of making the reservation to the very final step out of the restaurant. i will not give away their secrets but certainly Guy Savoy and his team knows and delivers only excellence. I will return to visit Alain, John Paul and team - grazie mille / merci beaucoup!
This is our third dining experience at Guy Savoy in Las Vegas. Service was attentive, professional and friendly. Timing was well orchestrated. Dinner was spectacular. Do not miss the Artichoke Black Truffle Soup! Our server, Aurelius, was exceptional and clearly well trained. A very pleasant dining experience. Enjoy.
Along with Joel Robuchon, this is by far the best restaurant in Las Vegas. Tasting menu is a true masterpiece. For people who can appreciate culinary art that goes into preparing innovative dishes. This restaurant would be perfect if it was only placed at the top of the hotel instead at the bottom. Highly recommended for special occasions, worth every penny. Service is probably the best in Las Vegas.
Don't go. The prices are crazy, and we were used to high end restros, but this one takes it. The tasting menu... every single dish was just "meh". Not what you'd expect for $300/person. Lobster ravioli was over cooked and chewy. His "signature dish" was ok, but not worth $80 for a bowl.
Wow is all I can say!
Everything was beyond exceptional.
I was quite happy to have such an amazing
I am very passionate about food.
Everyone from walking in the door was very
welcoming and was quick to answer any
questions we had.
I throughly enjoyed the soup which is the
I also had the lobster ravioli can you say
The service was well timed.
Our seating arrangement were excellent.
I absolutely loved the view from where we
sitting. I felt like we were worlds away.
Absolutely the most memorable meal I've had outside of Europe. The service, the presentation and the attention to detail in the preparation of the food were beyond any other restaurant I've been to in Las Vegas. 5 star across the board.
This is truly dining at its finest. Outstanding staff and well crafted cuisine. Very pricy but you can see the level of work involved in the meal creation.
The environment is not as quaint as I would expect for the food, but still very upscale and enjoyable.
The staff is also well worth mentioning as they go out of their way to ensure a memorable experience.
A visit to Guy Savoy in Las Vegas is something that few can afford EVER but everyone who is on the borderline SHOULD do at least once. Dinner there is a remarkable experience --- a 3-hour ballet of extraordinary food and drink served by some of the most talented and dedicated wait staff found anywhere. While there is an a la carte menu, for those who perhaps have only have 2 hours before a show and just want to dip their toe into the Guy Savoy offerings, most diners will choose from one of 4 prix-fixe menus, each more exotic than the next. I chose the "signature" menu, which advertises about 9 courses, but which works out to be a lot closer to 14 or 15 courses by the time each of the amuse (bonus) courses are presented and explained. Caviar is one of the courses. If you are attracted to caviar in an all-consuming way, you can order the Caviar dinner, which features Caviar in every course. If you are adventuresome, there is an "Innovation" menu, which advertises 15 courses (but which I suspect also comes with a number of unadvertised amuse presentations. And then there is something called the Forbes menu, which is (pricewise) higher-end yet.
I was happy beyond words with my choice of the "signature" menu. Perhaps because I had made my reservation far in advance, or perhaps by good fortune, I was seated in the dining room at the one table which had an unobstructed view of the Eiffel Tower. Not a painting of the Eiffel Tower, of course, but the actual fake full-size replica Eiffel Tower that Las Vegas, in all of its excess, has constructed. It was surreal being served authentic French food while looking out at the faux tower Eiffel.
In summary, Guy Savoy is an unforgettable experience. If (and only if) you love food and drink, consider splurging. If you are at all open minded about presentation and if you care what you put in your mouth, this is the kind of meal that will change your life.
I am so glad I made the time and went out of my way to experience it.
What a great experience. Opted to go a la carte with my fiancé, instead of choosing 1 of the (now 3) tasting menus ($295, $375, $555). I went for the half portion of the signature soup with truffles, and the crispy sea bass. My fiancé went for the special, which was a surf and turf dish with A5 wagyu beef, lobster meat, and lobster ravioli. If you like lighter seasonings and subtle flavors, I definitely recommend those dishes. Each dish was fantastic.
Yes, the meal was expensive (<$800) with dessert, aperitif, and wine pairing, but I'd say it was worth it. I will add a caveat saying that we got lucky with our server (Adrien). He was knowledgeable without being pretentious, and seemed kind all around. The other tables had servers who were interrupting conversations with loud, jarring explanations of the food and wine. I think many of the negative reviews stemmed from those servers.
My advice to any curious diner would be...
If you have the means, and you enjoy subtle flavors and light seasoning, give this place a try.
Speak up if you have any dietary restrictions or time constraints. The chef and staff *will* accommodate as best as they can.
"Sparkling water"=bottled (not free), "still water"=bottled (not free). Maybe asking for "tap water" would've saved me $10/bottle, but I digress...
This place is a quiet, dressy, fancy fine dining restaurant, but don't be afraid to ask questions. The server will most likely accommodate requests for a half portion of almost any of the menu items, and the sommelier will slow down a bit in his introduction to the wine choices if you ask. Multiple people will come check on your table throughout the meal. The server, the manager, the sommelier, etc. Keep in mind that, yes, it can be a little much, but they're trying their hardest to make sure you feel that your meal is worth the price you're paying.
The food was okay, but not great. This feels like a restaurant that is past it's prime and running on it's name recognition. The service was friendly. The ambiance was odd; there were weird compartmentalized dining sections.
We have dined at some of the finest restaurants all over the world, but this meal was, quite simply, mediocre. The sommelier was aloof and went through the Champagne selections so quickly that he was unintelligible. He was similarly unhelpful on the wine selection, perhaps profiling us as a family that was not interested in spending $500 on a bottle of wine. The menu here is not extensive, so at this price point I expect a thorough description of each item to help me make my selection. For example, one of the appetizers is called "Peas all around". It is $60. At that price, you better be describing this to me in a way that convinces me that there is anything you can possibly do to a pea to make it worth $60. BEFORE I have to ask about each item. The waiters seemed similarly inattentive during the meal, with several awkward pauses in the service. The "signature" artichoke soup, whose claim to fame is that it is made without cream, was just OK, and absolutely needed a pinch of salt to bring out its flavor. I should not need to make ANY modifications to a soup at Guy Savoy. My daughter and I ordered the special, which was a surf and turf option. The Wagyu beef was exceptional, but that is a testimony to the cow and his caretakers, not the chef. The sauce was trying to be all things to all items on the plate, and as a result was not a good pairing for either the beef or the lobster. Finally, the dessert. My daughter is a pastry chef student at the CIA. This was supposed to be a special treat for her. 3 teaspoon-sized dollops of chocolate mouse is not a dessert; I don't care where you're sourcing your chocolate from. The dessert should be a work of art that looks like it took days to conceive and create. You should feel like you need to apologize to the pastry chef for eating it. Instead I feel Guy Savoy needs to apologize for this entire experience. Overrated and overpriced, that was the unanimous opinion of this family.
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