Chef Guy Savoy is one of the most acclaimed chefs in the world. The French chef hails from Burgundy, France and Restaurant Guy Savoy in Paris was awarded three Michelin stars in 2002 and has maintained the number of stars since. Restaurant Guy Savoy in Las Vegas is the chef’s only American venture and is located within Caesars Palace. If you’ve been to the original restaurant in Paris, you’ll notice many similarities in design as it is almost a replica of the dining room designed by Jean-Michel Wilmotte, and the high level of service and exceptional cuisine is the same as it would be in Paris. Don’t be intimidated by the fancy cuisine, as each dish celebrates seasonal and fresh ingredients. Savor the artichoke and black truffle soup, as well as the foie gras. The wine list has nearly 1,700 bottles, mostly French, and an expert sommelier to help you navigate the list. There are a few special experiences here, including the Krug Chef’s Table. Chef Julien Asseo will personally lead you through a multi-course chef’s tasting with pairings from Krug champagne. There is also a Cognac Lounge, the first of its kind in Las Vegas, for you to enjoy the finest French cognac.
3570 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109
+1 702 731 7286, caesars.com