Those walking along the Forum Shops of Caesars Palace will find a charming atmosphere that replicates the piazzas and streets of Rome. And nothing completes the Italian experience better than dining at TREVI, a lovely restaurant near the Fountain of the Gods. Open for lunch and dinner, TREVI offers homemade Italian cuisine prepared with flair. Diners will enjoy feasting in this lively eatery, which offers patio dining amid the bustling Forum Shops and its beautiful fountains.
As they sit in TREVI’s dining room, diners will be able to look in on the open kitchen where chefs can be seen preparing brick oven fired pizzas, mouthwatering pasta dishes, and homemade gelato. Those are just some of the selections available on the restaurant’s menu, which also offers soups and salads, appetizers, sides, and entrees of chicken, beef, veal, and seafood.
For starters, try the Fritto Misto, a crispy medley of shrimp, calamari, scallops, and vegetables. Also tasty is the Italian Chopped Salad, a flavorful mix of chicken, salami, cheese, garbanzo beans, mushrooms, red onions, and romaine lettuce tossed in Caesar dressing.
At lunchtime, TREVI’s pizzas hit the spot, made with fresh tomato sauce and a crispy crust. The classic pepperoni is tasty and not too greasy, though we recommend some of the more adventurous choices like the Chicken Marinato, with toppings of chicken, pancetta, garlic, spinach, and mozzarella, or the Italian sausage, topped with sausage, bell peppers, oregano, garlic, and mozzarella.
For dinner, TREVI offers a number of traditional Italian favorites, and you can’t go wrong with any of them. Popular dishes include the Lasagna, heartily layered with zesty meat, ricotta, and mozzarella; the Beef tenderloin, served with a red wine mushroom sauce; and the Chicken Scaloppine, sautéed with artichoke hearts, pancetta, capers, pine nuts, and lemon butter sauce. We suggest accompanying the latter with a side of TREVI’s delicious sautéed green beans.
If you have a sweet tooth, you’ll most certainly be tempted by TREVI’s dessert display, which includes classic Italian treats like tiramisu, chocolate fondant, and sorbet. The gelato, however, is the perfect end to the meal – not too heavy, and available in multiple flavors like pistachio, strawberry, and cappuccino.
Named after the Trevi Fountain in Rome, TREVI transports diners to Italy with its warm design, which features rich wood, mosaic glass tiles, and custom glass chandeliers. The patio, though a bit loud, is a great place to people watch; it possesses an oval bar and a grand staircase leading to the mezzanine level. On the mezzanine, seating overlooks the fountain through arched windows and provides a great view of the restaurant’s stunning 12-foot-tall glass chandelier.