About Restaurant Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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:
Ilona: (702) 731-7286
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Chef's Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Wine
Restaurant Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace Ratings and Reviews
First class dining experience in all respects. Sure to impress. My wife and I have intended to visit the Guy Savoy Restaurant in Paris last fall, but had dined at several fine restaurants including Jules Verne while there, so we ended up canceling that reservation, near the end of our stay in Paris. Based on our February 25th visit to this Guy Savoy @ Caesars Palace, it was very much our loss, and we hope to visit Paris Guy Savoy in the future.
We have been here before and it was outstanding and decided to try it again and it lived up to all of our expectations. Incredible food from Chef Julien and service that is second to none. If you want to have the best meal of your life then this is the place to enjoy it.
5th or 6th time here - impossible to recommend enough!!
Without doubt the best meal of my life (and eaten in hundreds of fine restaurants over last 40 years).
The special attention they gave was magnificent when celebrating my daughter's 21st.
Will be back again next year.
Took my wife for a romantic diner. Nice restaurant, good food and service, but badly overpriced, affecting the experience. Expected to pay high $, but ended spending $1100 for two. Took a low end bottle of champagne (still paid $150) as the only drink we had, and choose not the most expensive dining option.
The service was amazing, probably better than we've ever had. They were so kind and accommodating, even making me a vegetarian meal not on the menu. :D The food was good as well. LOTS of truffles involved, but we love truffles so that was awesome. The bread cart and dessert cart alone could have filled me up.
The only downside is the ambiance. We came here because we heard it was one of the most romantic restaurants. That was not really the case. It's basically a big white room, yes theres one candle on the table but there's no decorations really and it felt more industrial than date night.
We had a group of six great friends for dinner here. We were all Savoy virgins and boy did we choose correctly. Everything was divine. From the bread cart with about ten different delicious options through to the dessert cart, everything was perfect. Can't wait to return.
To be honest my expectations were very high but what I found it wasn't really what I was expecting.
I am food lover and I travel all around the world to experience the best chefs and restaurants.
For 1.7k check for 3, food must be memorable, service outstanding and the location incredible.
Nothing of this happened, unlikely
The experience was very dissapointing here. The food was decent but very overpriced for the level of service they provided. The amuses were satisfying. My salad was served and the server said, ill be back to ecplain it and never did. My venision was lukewarm. They didnt crumb my table after the bread course until I attempted to do it myself. Our courses for our party were not served together. Having to wait an extra 5 min to eat because we were waiting for them to complete our table is ridiculous. Upon finishing, an additional 10-15 min upon clearing is also unacceptable. If I have to push my plate to the side, it is too long of a wait. Maybe they sat too many tables because our back server seemed very flustered and nervous. We chose not to get dessert because of the service leading to that point and it was very limited on choices. $265 for 2 courses, I really expected much better.
Very creative and exciting dishes. The presentation is good. All dishes are not only explained but you are enlightened on how you should attack the dish to ensure you experience the flavours. Very professional from the head to the bus boy. Second to none in class.
Food was excellent. As was the wine list and the selected pairings. Service was beyond excellent. Truly the staff were the best part of the whole experience. They were so gracious and pleasant, well trained and knowledgeable, and amazingly in sync as a team.
The tiny slider we had as an amuse blew my mind. I could have eaten those all night. The chestnut roundup was incredible and perfectly paired with its wine. The beef and oxtail were perfectly cooked and wonderfully rich. Perhaps my favorite thing of the evening was the mushroom brioche with truffle butter.
Overall, we had a fantastic experience.
Nonetheless, I feel like any diners headed here should understand the pricing and value proposition. The tasting menu was $300, wine parings were $175. Add in tax and tip and you're suddenly over $600 / person. I was happy to spend the money on such an indulgent experience. But the bang for buck doesn't increase proportionately with the high price tag. Was this dinner 6-12 times better than other meals I had on the same weekend at nearby restaurants for 1/6th - 1/12th the price? Nope. To be clear, I'm not steering people away. Indeed, anyone who can afford it and wants to indulge in food and beverage, should visit. Still, they should understand that while they'll have a truly top notch meal, they won't be getting a proportionately better experience for the extra spend.
What a fantastic experience! We did the tasting menu including the caviar option and also received a glass of champagne. Everything was spot on and fantastic. Our waiter Jean Paul was the best! Everybody that assisted at the table was also wonderful. Would love to afford to do this more often!
We had perhaps the best meal of our lives at Guy Savoy this past week! Guy Savoy is right up there with other superb restaurants we've visited, such as the French Laundry, Robuchon, Per Se, and Le Bernardin. The meal starts with the Champagne cart (the Varnier Rose was excellent) and the bread cart (don't over-indulge - several of the menu items include their own bread component). We ordered a la carte and asked the sommelier to provide appropriate wine pairings, which were incredibly well done. We also specified a varietal and price range and asked him to select a wine for our entrees. His resulting choice was perfect (and not at the top end of our price range). We also asked to split several courses and they were happy to provide half portions for each of us. The artichoke and black truffle soup with the accompanying mushroom brioche is famous and deservedly so - it was the best soup we've ever had. The beef tenderloin was superb and the accompanying sauce was a phenomenal preparation that derived from brilliantly prepared veal stock. The veal three ways includes a fine chop, an excellent preparation of cheeks, and the best shortbreads I've ever had. We finished with an excellent cognac from the extensive collection available. The service is friendly and efficient - not the old-fashioned formality one might expect. Guy Savoy is obviously expensive but at 30-50% more than other Las Vegas dinners the value is exceptional. This a great place for an outstanding dinner that will be remembered for a long time.
Amuse Busch (s) were amazing. The food was of course excellent. 2 hours wasn't enough time for an enjoyable meal for some reason, but we did ok and made our show in time. The coconut dessert for $30 was a pathetic joke, however. They said Creme Brule is passee thus not on their menu....
For a Restaurant as expensive as this and with the kind of reputation they have we were disappointed particularly at the Vegetarian options. I would go to other fine dinning establishments in tow specially if anyone in your party is a vegetarian as that does not appear to be their strong point. They have some good dishes but overall we did not think the Value was there. Was an OK dinner that would have probably gotten a better review at half the price. Better option are available if you are going to spend this kind of money on a dinner.
This is one of the best restaurants in the world for French cuisine. That was fine, but at these prices, a bit friendlier staff would be nice. I speak French (somewhat fluently) but with an American accent and the waiter really wanted none of it. He rudely responded in English and even when I said I preferred speaking French, it didn't matter. That's just nasty at these prices. For the two of us (with tip) was over $800. The cuisine is inventive and definitely GO HUNGRY. It is very richly sauced (no matter what you order). Just a mixed experience.
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!
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