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.
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.
Private Party Facilities:
Two semi-private dining rooms accommodate 16 and 18 guests.
The private dining room seats 35
KRUG/Chefs Table seats 6
Private Party Contact:
Banquet/Private Rooms, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking Restaurant, Private Room, Wine
Restaurant Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace Ratings and Reviews
We hoped this would be as good as GS in ...
We hoped this would be as good as GS in Paris or at least less expensive. While the food was good, it (especially the soup) didn't seem as good as Paris but with almost-Paris prices. Also, the menu seemed more limited. Not bad but not great.
I wanted a special place to dine...I was ...
I wanted a special place to dine...I was almost intimidated by the prices at the door, but since it was a payday, I went all in and said I'd pick up the bill. I was a little scared.... While we didn't do the prix fix menu, and we weren't fancily dressed and are the type to be more comfortable in an Olive Garden than here, our servers were delightful and approachable, and we were treated like royalty. We had a glass of the best champagne of my life and excitingly, we were brought out magical little treats, even before we ordered. I don't like foie gras - but I learned I do from GS! After ordering, more treats were brought out...a cold asparagus soup whose flavor was intense and concentrated (how'd they do that??) with little crunchies on the bottom. Even there treats had treats hidden in them (I won't ruin the surprise!). There was a little waffle with the best pesto ever - it was very easy to get excited about something as mundane as pesto as it was totally elevated here. They brought out warm bread which was delicious - and then a bread, for lack of a better term,!exhibit!. We were offered many more bread types...my boyfriend totally fell in love with the bacon bread. Delivery of my quail entree was a show...and while I wouldn't order it again, the sauces were excellent. My boyfriend's steak was inhaled. We finished the dinner with a cheese plate and some port for a totally memorable dining experience. Upon leaving we were given a little chocolate treat and because we mentioned we loved the bacon bread, they ran back and gave us a doggy bag of them too. Totally down to earth! For any restaurant, French or not, the staff was amazing, friendly and totally helped make a fine dining experience very, very fine indeed. And the bill? It wasn't as high as I thought it would be and easily worth every penny for the experience, amazing taste treats, staff and service. I can't wait to be back!
A 'dining experience' of 'impeccable per ...
A 'dining experience' of 'impeccable perfection'...food was absolutely delicious and prepared with love and artistic precision by the Chef ... superb service and staff in entirety ... an unforgettable experience that will always be treasured!!! Beautiful tiny little treasures arrive to whet your appetite that fill you with great anticipation for what is to come...then you feast with the eyes, then you experience the aroma, and then you savor every decadent bite! This is my description of Guy Savoy!
The quality of the food and the service was great.
The quality of the food and the service was great but value for money was poor. You can get a similar meal and service for half the price in New York, London or Paris. If you are looking to have a very nice meal with great service, wait until you are not in Las Vegas.
It was a reunion of sorts with one of my best high school friends. Given it was a special occasion, we wanted to celebrate with the most delicious food we could find. Hence, Guy Savoy. Everything had a high decibel level on the Wow scale. Food...presentation...service...ambiance. The culinary journey our server took us on was divine on every level. What a fun and whimsical evening.
One of the Best Restaurants in America
Yes, it's in Las Vegas, but the quality of the food, service, and overall experience is as top notch as anything in SF or NY or elsewhere in the USA. Superb service and extraordinary French cuisine make for a memorable evening.
It's hard to pick a favorite dish, but the veal Three Ways was spectacular. A massive wine list at all price points is a prominent feature of the restaurant. All in all, wonderful.
Consistently Exceed Expectations!
Let me preface this by saying that while I've visited the Guy Savoy Restaurant at Marina Bay Sands (Singapore) many times, this was my first time visiting the one in Las Vegas. The dishes are consistently amazing, flavorful, complex, and simply out of this world. Having been to my share of Michelin-starred fine dining restaurants, Guy Savoy remains my favorite.
In the running for the most expensive in Las Vegas
Until now Bartalotto's fish in the Wynn for the most expensive but these folks blew it out. $75 bowl of mushroom soup.Food was OK $160 salmon and beef but nothing unique. Drinks were reasonable. I think a warning needs to be given. This is more for folks that want to pay the $1000 plus for two for the tasting and wine pairings. Server's were cool with their French accent's. Their website doesn't warn you so use this review as a warning be ready to toss some big cash.
This was a special occasion for us. We eloped to Vegas & wanted to have a special dinner to celebrate. We would never spend that amount of money on dinner usually, but it was a special experience and we thoroughly enjoyed it. The Forbes celebration menu with the wine pairing was fantastic.
It's a very intimate experience, there i ...
It's a very intimate experience, there is no background music in the restaurant and each of staff is well educated in what is being served and how. The executive chef comes out to serve the salmon course and explains the process. The meal is beautiful and the tastes are very subtle and delicate. I went away full and satisfied!
Wow, now that's fine dining
I asked for fine dining in Las Vegas and boy did we get it. I knew it would be expensive but then we got there and saw the Innovation menu and decided to splurge. It was crazy expensive and crazy delicious. I think we had 12 courses, each one uniquely different and with its own set of dishes and cutlery. We had Guy's signature artichoke soup, and our favorites were a caviar topped cauliflower purée and the Japanese Wagyu beef. If you win big in Vegas, spend it on Guy Savoy - definitely a good experience worth spending your winnings.
That's what dining at Guy Savoy is... AMAZING! Yes, it's expensive- you really do get what you pay for. Yes, the food is fantastic- You shouldn't expect anything less. Yes the wine list is incredible- more to enjoy!
Choices of champagne, amuse bouche, bread cart.
It's an at least once in a lifetime experience!!!
Best multi course meal in Vegas
I have tried half a dozen of the "Stared/Diamond/etc" places in Vegas. This one is the best for those looking for the French Style 7 course meals. The food is very well done. The space is not as well done and a bit noisier than the others. I.e., no Picasso's on the wall, no garden growing out of the wall, no glass sculpture in the ceiling. So if you are going for the best service and best food prepared in the "French style", this is the right place. But if you want ambiance and expensive décor, then this might not be the right place. Compared to other places like this, it is pretty much the same price as the others, however, the water service is a flat rate vs. other places that charge per bottle.
Spectacular Scrumptious Dinner
My husband and I so enjoyed the signature roasted artichoke soup with black truffles and floating Parmesan cheese as well as the fois gras appetizer--wow with artichoke and chicken! But the veal with stuffed cabbage was more outstanding and the tender beef tenderloin with its presentation and flavor were hands down the best we've ever tasted! The bread cart with more than 15 choices were so interesting and well done; can absolutely recommend the mustard seed bread, chestnut loaf, onion loaf and Rosemary bread!; we had to make a show so wished we could have done the signature tasting meal that needed 4-5 hours but this was a terrific, romantic, delicious dinner complete with lovely service and kind people who even sent a waiter with us to ensure we found our concert venue😀; Unforgettable oustanding meal; it is super expensive however for this quality;
Very expensive dinner, but the ambiance ...
Very expensive dinner, but the ambiance has great. The best part of the evening was the meal. Though the dishes are expensive, the servers came through several times with amuse busche as well as multiple deserts. All in all it was a very memorable experience
This is truly an iconic restaurant.
The food and service are all what you would expect from a restaurant with a reputation such as Guy Savoy.
The space is minimalist. I would add some colors to brighten it up, but it doesn't distract from the fantastic evening presented through food and service.
This place is intimidating. No question. With a wine list that has selections at $20,000 per bottle! Wow! But the food selection favors a fixed price selection: AT $350 EACH!. The entrees run from $90 to $120. My wife had the lobster (at the high end) and it was nice. But for half a lobster which the restaurant paid $12/per? I had the Dover Sole which amounted to two 2 inch x 6 inch "unbreaded fish sticks". They were unbuttered and dry. About the only thing over-the-top was the bread cart. My Oh My! Perhaps 15 selections of bread with great butter. AND FREE!
But it is what it is. I have been to 2-3 star places, and haven't felt that puny or hungry after dropping $500+ for din din.
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