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, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wine
Restaurant Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace Ratings and Reviews
Having been to the original Guy Savoy in ...
Having been to the original Guy Savoy in Paris, I was gratified that the experience here was just as good and the food just as spectacular. This is not an every day place, but if you are willing to pay the steep price, it will be a meal to remember - perfect for a wedding anniversary (as my husband and I were celebrating). With an extensive wine list, exquisite food and a bread cart that keeps coming by with recommendations for perfect bread pairings with your food, Guy Savoy knows how to create an ambiance! A visit to the table from the chef is always a highlight and we were pleased that he spent several minutes discussing the food with us. If you are a French speaker, feel free to practice your French, as all the staff seem to speak fluently!
Dined here alone, unusually, November 19 ...
Dined here alone, unusually, November 19, 2016. This is time and again my favorite US fine dining restaurant west of the Mississippi. Three Michelin stars in my book. The black truffle and artichoke soup is arguably one of the best dishes on the planet. There are so many other creative inventions. Few fireworks, this is a place to try things with ingredients you might well have access to (ok, perhaps not the truffle), but perhaps not at this level and prepared with this level of imagination, ingenuity, consistency and technique. But it's approachable, very real. The elegance is understated, but divine. The focus is on class, and food and service, with an ambiance conducive to focusing on the above, and one's guests. Wine pairing available, and very reasonable price range.
The food and service were excellent. Th ...
The food and service were excellent. The staff were very friendly and professional and never skipped a beat. We did the signature menu and the timing between each course was done really well. I never thought I would rave about bread but the bread cart is amazing. We were even able to find a really good bottle of wine for a reasonable price.
We knew how much we were going to spend going in so we were prepared for that. We have had meals on par with Guy Savoy for less but I would still recommend the experience.
I've been to many Michelin star restaura ...
I've been to many Michelin star restaurants around the world and Guy Savoy actually fills you up unlike some other Michelin French restaurants that I've been to. Our table all has the $290 set menu and we were so stuffed towards the end that we had to switch the cheese course at the end to salad instead. The caviar was my favorite dish from the set course. Not only that, the staffs were all very friendly unlike Joel Robuchon.
Overall a great experience and I highly recommend it :)
VERY GOOD BUT TO EXPENSIVE , ONE OF THE ...
VERY GOOD BUT TO EXPENSIVE , ONE OF THE GUEST ASK FOR A VERY SMALL PIECE OF CHEESE AND THEY CHARGE 30 DOLARS , THEY SHOULD GIVE THE AMOUNT DESERVE FOR THE PRICE AND IF THE GUEST DOES NOT EAT IT IS HIS DESITION , THE SAME WITH DE DESSERT
Guy Savoy is what fine dining is all abo ...
Guy Savoy is what fine dining is all about. Great service, elaborate preparations and presentation, special in every way. This comes with a high price, but I like the occasional splurge and this is where I like to enjoy it. There is an extensive wine list with many French wines as well as a selection of the best American (California) producers. The staff is formal but not snooty, proper but also friendly. The room is plain yet elegant, so the focus is on the food and not on the ambience.
We appreciate gourmet high end food and ...
We appreciate gourmet high end food and restaurants. This restaurant was way overpriced for everything. The food was just above average and the best thing I had was the bread. We both had sea bass that came with a nice sauce and a few mushrooms and nothing else on the plate. It was $110. You get the picture. Don't waste your money. There are plenty of other good restaurants in Las Vegas.
Guy Savoy definitely delivers an amazing ...
Guy Savoy definitely delivers an amazing dining experience. We had his Signature tasting menu, and enjoyed every dish. There is a great selection of bread, cheese and desserts to choose from presented to the table on a cart. There is an extensive wine list, and the sommelier was fantastic.
The food was off the charts. All the di ...
The food was off the charts. All the dishes were superb - fresh, great flavor, great design on the plate. Each plate was described as it was served. Great service - polite, informative, on the spot. The foie gras was the best dish I have ever had.
The service was far greater than what wa ...
The service was far greater than what was expected. The food was exquisite! Originally my husband and I were thinking this was going to be a once in a lifetime experience. However, we are definitely planning on going back.
Fantastic evening of food and service. ...
Fantastic evening of food and service. Once I got past the cost of each item on the menu I decided this was going to be a once in a few years dining experiences. The food was precisely prepared and you could taste the quality. The wait staff was very friendly and helpful in making each selection. Outstanding venue, experience and able to get out of the restaurant for less than $500.
My research revealed that this was the b ...
My research revealed that this was the best restaurant in Las Vegas and it certainly is. The food served here is incredible. The service is top notch. Staff are entirely customer centred and accommodating. Presentation was excellent.
This is definitely one of the best restaurants that I have ever been to, and will highly recommend it to anyone visiting Las Vegas.
2nd time at Guy Savoy in the last 3 year ...
2nd time at Guy Savoy in the last 3 years! Great service but the food .just so-so! The 1st course was Chestnuts made all different ways. And the dessert was Cocunuts made in various ways. Oh boy! Both courses left me feeling that they were fancy but of little substance. The main course Duck was good but not overwhelmingly good. The bread cart was awesome but the dessert cart not so much. Oh well! You know you are paying for the name. French Laundry so much better!!!
This restaurant was extremely disappoint ...
This restaurant was extremely disappointing. The positive reviews make no sense to me. I agree with the poor reviews. The food was severely substandard. I began to wonder of it was frozen food. Please save your money and go to the superb Robuchon, Picasso, or Cote du Mercedes (at Wynn). All these were over the top superb. Robuchon may be the best restaurant I have ever experienced and that includes ones across the globe.
This was supposed to be a great dining e ...
This was supposed to be a great dining experience in 2-Michelin starred restaurant. Unfortunately there was a serious problem with the beef tenderloin. The cooks tried twice and two times they couldn't make it medium-well. It was overcooked, dry. This should not happen in any restaurant, not only in the one with two Michelin stars! Did anyone from the kitchen come to us to apologize? No. Unbelievable. I don't think Guy Savoy is aware what's happening in his restaurants.
Apart from the beef the food was OK but not spectacular. The dessert (chocolate fondant not being a fondant at all) was just so so. And the prices are sky high. Not recommended.
A lovely dining experience. Mr Savoy has ...
A lovely dining experience. Mr Savoy has worked hard to create a lovely menu. The food is French food like you would get in a high end French restaurant. They do have a nice bread trolley. They do provide both unseated and salted butter. I prefer the unsalted. The service is good. I think the best experience for this restaurant is booking the kitchen table experience. This way you have a ring side seat in the kitchen. The restaurant has two stars.
Fantastic experience and journey through ...
Fantastic experience and journey through many flavors through the signature tasting menu. Great wine pairing and desserts to complement the meal too.
On a Sunday night, place was not as filled up so was nice and chill and excellent service from entire team.
Only downside is the breads from bread cart are way different than my tastes, but worth sampling.
Our experience at Guy Savoy was perfect ...
Our experience at Guy Savoy was perfect for my husband's birthday celebration in Las Vegas. The service was exceptional. The attention to our every need was wonderful. I hesitate to call them waiters, because they were experts in cuisine. The portions were just right and the food was delicious. It as very quiet and, unlike many Las Vegas restaurants, we were able to enjoy our dinner and conversation in peace. Be aware that it is a an expensive restaurant, however I do belive it is worth it, with the exception of the pate.
I made reservations a couple weeks befor ...
I made reservations a couple weeks before my trip to Vegas and had high hopes of one of the best meals I have ever had. It was a huge letdown. Any other Michelin rated restaurant whether in France or elsewhere has been a better experience. The meal was worth $100 per person. Not $300 per person which is what we had as the signature menu. The dishes were fancy but very bland and there was never an "oh my" moment. I don't know if this is the usual overpricing of Vegas in general or what but I would never go back
Good, but not great. Am not sure if it's ...
Good, but not great. Am not sure if it's worth the price. None of the dishes blew our socks off. Everything was ok, with good care taken in the preparation and service. But the dishes themselves are nothing to talk about.
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