When it comes to French cuisine, Guy Savoy is one of the biggest names in the country. His newest restaurant (the first in America) in Caesars Palace, which he self titled for the first time is quickly becoming one of the most familiar names on the Strip. Although this restaurant is truly a once in a lifetime experience, keep in mind that it comes with a once in a lifetime price tag as well. Guy Savoy’s Menu Prestige which takes a full four hours to enjoy, offers a tasting of the best of the best. However, it comes at a hefty $290. This meal is often considered one of the best meals in America, not ironically though it is often referred to as the most expensive meal in America, as well. Restaurant Guy Savoy is one of the few restaurants in town that may require reservations months in advance. It is suggested that you book your reservations at the same time you are booking your trip to ensure you will be seated. The summer menu includes delicacies such as Heirloom Tomatoes, “Façon Tartare," Blue Fin tuna and golden oscetra caviar, whole roasted john dory, crispy sea bass with delicate spices, Brittany blue lobster, and several other rare options that can’t be found anywhere else in the city.
If you aren’t willing to shell out that kind of money for one dinner, there are a few less expensive a la carte options. There is also a not-so-extravagant tasting menu available for $190. Some of the menu items at this restaurant cannot be found anywhere else in Las Vegas. For example, where else would you expect to eat guinea fowl cooked in a pig’s bladder? It sounds a bit scary, but it is really a French delicacy. There is also a wonderful dessert cart roaming around. The cart offers sweet treasures like lime-flavored marshmallows and caramel lollipops. Every detail at Guy Savoy is perfectly executed. From the moment you sit down to the minute you leave, you will feel like royalty. Caesar himself couldn’t ask for a better meal!