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Meet the New Caviar Room at Restaurant Guy Savoy

New treats and old favorites make an appearance

Salmon mi cuit at Restaurant Guy Savoy
Salmon mi cuit at Restaurant Guy Savoy
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Yes, Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace is already home to the only Krug chef’s table in the United States, but now the only restaurant from Guy Savoy has a new experience for guests to discover. Meet the Caviar Room, Savoy’s new spot inside the lounge with a menu of caviar dishes, some new, some favorites.

Savoy plans to be on hand Nov. 2-6 to introduce guests to his new caviar menu. Look for dishes that 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 12 for $40). Other dishes include golden Osetra or Siberian Baerii caviar by the ounce ($375/$195), accompanied by traditional condiments.

Octopus "pot au feu" with golden ostetra caviar
Octopus "pot au feu" with golden Ostetra caviar at Restaurant Guy Savoy
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The menu also features a seasonal caviar dish, created by executive chef Julien Asseo — the langoustine tartare with pommes maxim and golden Osetra. A tasting menu with all the caviar dishes is available for guests as well.

Guests can add a glass of Krug Grande Cuvée for $29, or can choose another glass or bottle of bubbles from Restaurant Guy Savoy’s selection of Krug Champagnes. For those who prefer the traditional vodka with their caviar, Belvedere martinis are also available.

The Caviar Room at Guy Savoy is open during the restaurant’s normal hours from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday to Sunday. For information or to make reservations, call 702-731-7286.

Restaurant Guy Savoy

3570 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 731-7286 Visit Website

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