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Restaurant Guy Savoy offers one of the most exquisite dining experiences in Las Vegas. Here are five things you should know about the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant before you dine:
1. It’s a splurge. The average check per person is about $250. Appetizers start at around $60. This is a namesake restaurant of the famed Parisian chef Guy Savoy and the prices reflect his prestige and the detailed work it takes to create the dishes.
2. Save room for the bread, cheese and dessert carts. Guy Savoy's haute dining tradition is a complete experience. Before the first course, a member of the waitstaff visits each table with an array of fresh baked breads to include various herbs and vegetables. After the main course, the waiter will bring at least 20 cheeses on a cart for the guests' enjoyment, and that includes traditional and fresh blue, goat, Brie and hard cheeses. You’ll be dazzled by the dessert cart as it includes freshly baked macarons, cakes, ice creams (including flavors like lavender), and petits fours.
3. The dress code is business casual. Despite the Las Vegas restaurant's high-end appeal, business casual dress is sufficient, but some do dress in semi-formal attire.
4. Plan on a leisurely meal. In French fashion, meals at Guy Savoy are meant to be savored. Allow three hours for a meal for two.
5. Review the wine list, and ask questions. The wine list consists of a huge, hardbound book that arrives on a rolling side table. Wines by the glass are carefully curated, but there is a surprising number of value wines by the bottle. The Guy Savoy signature champagne is also fabulous.