Caviar is one of the priciest appetizers available not only in Las Vegas, but all over the world. Caviar can be up to $2,500 a pound and is served on mother of pearl spoons in order to preserve their taste. Simply put, caviar is made from separated and salted fish eggs. This caviar is the roe from sturgeon found in the Caspian and Black Seas. There are varieties of caviar like the Osetra, Beluga, American osetra and Siberian sturgeon to name a few. Caviar is often served with a side of crème fraiche and small pieces of buttered toast or blinis. Below is a look at 12 different places in Vegas that serve up this indulgence, with traditional versions of caviar pairs, but also caviar tacos and French toast squares with caviar. Pair your caviar selection with a vodka-based beverage or a glass of champagne for the perfect combination.
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