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The place for caviar in Las Vegas is now Restaurant Guy Savoy, the only place to taste the French chef’s food in the United States. The restaurant at Caesars Palace now has the Caviar Room, located in the restaurant’s elegant lounge. Guests can find an exclusive menu of caviar dishes, which includes a variety of new offerings as well as some of the Michelin-starred chef’s signature favorites.
Chef Guy Savoy will be in the restaurant from Nov. 2-6.
Some of the dishes on the menu include Colors of Caviar ($95/$47), Salmon “Mi Cuit” ($130/$65) — both available in a full or half portion, Octopus “Pot au Feu” with Golden Osetra caviar served in cold steam and Kushi Oysters on the Half Shell (three for $12, six for $20 or twelve for $40). Other high-end offerings include Golden Osetra or Siberian Baerii Caviar by the ounce ($375/$195), accompanied by traditional condiments.
The menu also features a seasonal caviar dish, created by executive chef Julien Asseo, Langoustine Tartare with pommes Maxim and Golden Osetra. A tasting menu inclusive of all the caviar dishes is available for guests to order as well.
Guests can also pair their caviar with a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée for $29, or head to the menu of Krug Champagnes. For those who prefer the traditional vodka with their caviar, Belvedere martinis are also available to imbibe in the Caviar Room.
Restaurant Guy Savoy is also home to the only Krug Chef’s Table in the United States.
The Caviar Room at Guy Savoy is open from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday. For information or to make reservations, call 702-731-7286.