3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas , Nevada
Tel: 702 731 7286
Concierge.com's insider take:
When three-star Michelin chef Guy Savoy was lured stateside by Caesars Palace, he insisted on replicating his eponymous Paris location precisely—everything from the artichoke-and-black-truffle soup on the menu to the intimate dining room with contemporary art. (Funnily enough, the Vegas outpost has a view of the Eiffel Tower, while the Paris restaurant does not.) A meal here is a staggering (and staggeringly expensive) haute cuisine experience that includes a bread sommelier, cheese-, dessert-, and candy carts, and main courses such as roasted duckling with turnips, and veal chops with black truffle-topped potato purée. Appetizers can push $80, so the best way to do Savoy is the ten-course tasting menu for just under $300, which ensures you'll hit all the major French food groups (shellfish, foie gras, gelée, and truffle); there's also a three-course pre-theater menu for $98. This is refined dining, so leave the kids behind, and avoid the Caesars casino by using the valet off Flamingo Road. Oh, and despite the price, don't expect to see Guy himself; he's left son and protégé Franck Savoy in charge.
Opens Wednesdays through Sundays 5:30 to 10:30 pm.