The Price Hike’s Ryan Sutton takes a look at the $348, 13-course Innovation-Inspiration menu at Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace to figure out whether it’s a bad deal or not.
That means you’ll spend $446 after tax and 20% tip, or $892 for two. Add on wine and you’re easily over $1,000.
It’s the second-most priciest meal in Vegas, after Joel Robuchon’s $425 degustation. But here’s an even better point of comparison. Guy Savoy’s $446 menu is now as expensive as the longest menu at the three Michelin-starred chef’s Parisian flagship, which charges €360 for its longest tasting menu, or $450 (French restaurant prices are inclusive of tax & tip).
Sutton wants to know if the menu is a buy, hold or sell at these high prices.
”Your call, world. But let the record state that Price Hike editor Ryan Sutton had one of his best meals of 2010 here.”
· Guy Savoy in Las Vegas [The Price Hike]
· The Holy Shit Innovation-Inspiration Menu at Guy Savoy [~ELV~]
· All Coverage of Restaurant Guy Savoy [~ELV~]
Guy Savoy [Photo: Erik Kabik]