Restaurant Guy Savoy

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3570 Las Vegas Blvd S (aesars Palace: Augustus Tower 2nd floor)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
(702) 731-7286
5:30pm - 9:30pm
5:30pm - 9:30pm
5:30pm - 9:30pm
5:30pm - 9:30pm
5:30pm - 9:30pm

The original Paris version of this restaurant, which merits three Michelin stars, is elegant and consistently wonderful. The Las Vegas clone possesses two Michelin stars of its own (it’s also earned five stars from Forbes). The $290 menu closely resembles the €420 ($455 USD) Parisian one; both contain such Savoy modern classics as "colors of caviar," artichoke and black truffle soup, and salmon iceberg. A few years back, a writer for Gourmet ate the same food at the Paris and Las Vegas restaurants and found them pretty much equal in quality. Ironically, at the Las Vegas Guy Savoy, you can even see the Eiffel Tower out the window (the one at the Paris Hotel), which the Parisian Guy Savoy can't match.

— Colman Andrews, 101 Best Restaurants, April 1, 2015



  • They have an amazing artichoke soup with gnarly black truffles and marvelous aged Parmesan shaved over the top.
  • Guy Savoy's 3 star Michelin restaurant is "an austere temple to creations like jewel-like oysters in ice gele and silky artichoke and truffle soup." -Travel + Leisure, on TripExpert
  • Visit the Krug Room - the only location of its kind in the country. At $750 per, this venue offers an indulgent 6-course menu, in true Lux Delux style, with a glass of Champagne paired w/ every dish.
  • Esta fue una experiencia culinaria de lo mejor que hemos tenido en la vida, la langosta y el filete de lujo, la atencin impresionante, eso si la champaa es muy cara no la pidan y enjoy este sueo
  • Bathroom door is so heavy!!! Also the food is good
  • Wow, el men de degustacin, el vino, el servicio, todo, este lugar se merece un 10 en mi escala. tuve una cena de rey carajo, hasta que recibo una comida digna de mi investidura!!!
  • artichoke and black truffle soup--super smooth & comes with a toasted mushroom brioche with black truffle butter.
  • The most traditional presentations of all the citys bastions of French cooking are found here and their cellar contains more wine then rest of the hotel combined. [Eater 38 Member]
  • If you're in the mood to splurge, this is the place to do it. Guy Savoy lives up to the hype.
  • Las Vegas Magazine recommends trying the Peas All Around (part of the spring menu) or restaurant staples: Artichoke and Black Truffle Soup or The Colors of Caviar and crispy sea bass.
  • Savoy's first restaurant outside his native Paris has been a smashing success: true French cooking, 15,000 bottles of wine, and the view of the "Eiffel Tower" that even his Paris restaurants lack!
  • Chef Julien Asseo is a jewel and everything he makes is magical! The best fine dining experience I had. Would love to taste his creation again.
  • What a great meal, service too. Everything was perfect!
  • What a fantastic meal! Don't expect this to be an inexpensive date, two people will run about $1,000, but it will be a memorable experience.
  • La sopa de Alcachofa y Trufa Negra, el Wagyu y Lobster buensimo. No pidan el postre de Coconut
  • The best restaurant in Las Vegas. Exquisite European service! Real French restaurant experience!
  • Pricey but wonderful food.
  • Simplemente maravilloso y muy, muy caro. El men de degustacin: hay un foie gras con una infusin que preparan en tu mesa, el pan, los quesos...
  • Check out Guy Savoy as seen on Best Thing I Ever Ate
  • Certainly the most formal restaurant I've found in Vegas. Incongruously so. Everything was excellent and yet.... Notwithstanding is aspirations, not quite New York or Paris.

Nearby places

3750 Las Vegas Blvd S (Caesars Palace)
3600 Las Vegas Blvd S (at Bellagio Hotel & Casino)
3570 Las Vegas Blvd S (at E Flamingo Rd)