Served on mother of pearl spoons to preserve their taste, caviar is one of the most expensive dishes that can be served in Vegas. Going for $2,500 a pound, caviar commonly refers to the roe of sturgeon found in the Caspian and Black Seas. Here's a look at nine places in Vegas that serve up this delicacy.Read More
Where to Find Caviar on the Menu in Las Vegas
Michael Mina’s eponymous restaurant at the Bellagio has a caviar cart for $155 to $455. The service comes with ramekins filled with minced red onion, egg yolks, egg whites, chopped chives and whipped creme fraiche along with blinis, mini potato cakes and cut toast. Or order Mina’s signature caviar parfait, a dish he created for his with on their honeymoon in Hawaii. The story goes that he wanted a special breakfast for his young bride using all her favorite foods, so he got creative with the room service menu and ordered hash browns, egg salad, smoked salmon, whipped lemon crème fraîche and caviar. Mina used hash browns as a base for a caviar tower creation now known as Michael’s Signature Caviar Parfait.
Restaurant Guy Savoy
"Colors of Caviar" is a signature dish at Michelin star Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace. Served on the Guy Savoy Signature Menu, guests can enjoy this collection of caviar made up of a caviar gelée at the bottom, pure caviar at the top and a caviar cream in between as one of the beginning courses on the nine-course menu priced at $258 per person.
Gordon Ramsay Steak
Guests can choose from a collection of caviar on the menu at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas. The caviar portion of the restaurant's dinner menu features Golden Osetra, priced at $290, Osetra, priced at $200 and Naccarii, from Chef Ramsay's trip in 2008, priced at $100. All caviar is served with red onion, egg, chive, crème faîche and pizzelle.
Bar Masa’s Masa “Toro” with Caviar goes for $240. Delicate fatty Toro is topped with a mountain of the most prized and expensive caviar and served with crispy, buttery brioche.
Alain Ducasse’s Mix at the top of THEhotel at Mandalay Bay serves Caspian Golden Osetra Caviar for $160.
Yellowtail Japanese Restaurant & Bar
Akira Back’s Yellowtail at the Bellagio serves Toro Caviar Sashimi for $55. The toro is wrapped around savory Kochujang sauce and micro greens, then topped with fine caviar.
Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro
Chef Barry Dakake at N9NE Steakhouse offers a champagne and caviar bar.