The 2 Michelin Starred Restaurant Guy Savoy, featuring delicate, acclaimed French masterpieces created by the famed chef. Designed to emulate the menu of his Paris restaurant. The rich, velvety traditional French cuisine can only be described as a “melt in your mouth” splurge. If you want to celebrate that special occasion in style, Restaurant Guy Savoy houses the only Krug Chef’s Table in the United States. If you’re looking for a quick drink or after-dinner libation, check out the Cognac Lounge with impressive list of Cognacs, the rare Perfection by Hardy, Hennessy Ellipse and Hine Talent all exclusively offered at Restaurant Guy Savoy.
The young and talented executive chef Mathieu Chartron’s passion for food began at an early age at his parent’s Michelin Starred restaurant in Saint Donat sur L’Herbasse, a small town in France. He began culinary school at the age of 16, and started at Michelin-starred restaurant Bouvarel in Saint Hilaire du rosier, France, then prestigious Restaurant Guy Savoy in Paris. Chef Mathieu Chartron then moved to Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace. This year, he has been named a semifinalist for the 2015 James Beard Awards. Chef Chartron is recognized as a semifinalist for the Rising Star of the 2015 category, from nearly 35,000 submissions, an honorable achievement that only a few chefs have dreamt of.
On this visit, I got to try some of the classic dishes of Guy Savoy such as Artichoke and Black Truffle Soup, the decadent Caviar, Lobster Salad, and more but the one that won me over was the Langoustine variations: 1. Asparagus “bavaroise” stuffed with Langoustine Tartare, topped with Country Side Bread Crouton Asparagus Brunoise and Salmon Roe, Péquillo Pepper Purée. 2. Seared Langoustine à La Plancha, Tomato Concassé and Cilantro Emulsion. 3. Langoustine custard, topped with Dill Espellette Pepper and Crouton. If this dish doesn’t make you go WOW, I’m not sure what will. A must order dish this when you visit Guy Savoy.
Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace Hotel, Las Vegas
HOURS: Dinner, Wednesday – Sunday, 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.