Restaurant Guy Savoy
Famed Paris chef Guy Savoy has just one restaurant outside Paris -- and it's in Las Vegas. Restaurant Guy Savoy serves the chef's elevated take on French cuisine with multi-course menus that feel like a true experience from beginning to end. A meal often includes fresh wild-caught seafood, caviar, foie gras, Japanese A5 wagyu, Savoy's signature black truffle and artichoke soup -- and of course, lots of wine. The price is high, but the meal is a masterpiece.
"Everything is perfect here," raves Arlene Wszalek, senior vice president of Client Solutions & Strategic Consulting. "Words don't do it justice."
The service team is especially impressive, working with precision and personality while micromanaging the perfect amount of time between courses. A late-in-the-meal cheese serving is a welcome French touch. The upscale, but minimalist dining room is in a rare quiet corner of Caesars Palace, with views of The Strip (and Las Vegas' Eiffel Tower). However, some may prefer the six-person Krug Chef's Table, which offers a showcase of the kitchen team in action with champagne pairings.