First a cocktail ice bar wowed Las Vegas. Now there’s a Caviar Room.

Restaurant Guy Savoy
Salmon “Mi Cuit” with caviar is one of the offerings at the new Caviar Room at Restaurant Guy Savoy.
(Caesars Palace)

Caviar, that most luxurious of delicacies, is getting the star treatment at one Las Vegas eatery. Restaurant Guy Savoy at Caesars Palace has opened a room that will serve nothing but caviar dishes.

This is a place to unwind in style— it’s located in the restaurant’s lounge — and spend a lot of money on plates of fish eggs.

Guests can meet celebrity chef Guy Savoy at the room Nov. 2 to 6. 

Octopus Pot au Feu is served with Golden Osetra caviar.
Octopus Pot au Feu is served with Golden Osetra caviar.
(Caesars Palace )

You can order an ounce of Golden Osetra caviar (one of the world’s best, from Russian sturgeon) for $375 or Siberian Baerii Caviar for $195.

Or you can try a sampler Colors of Caviar for as little as $47 for a half portion, $95 for whole. And a Salmon “Mi Cuit” swimming in a sea of caviar, $65 for half portion, $130 for whole.

What goes best with caviar? Champagne of course. You can snag a glass of Krug Grand Cuvee for $29 or select other varieties.

The Caviar Room is open 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesdays to Sundays. For information or reservations, contact  Restaurant Guy Savoy, (702) 731-7286


After a salty indulgence in the Caviar Room, you be ready to down some vodka at Minus5 ice bar at Mandalay Bay. It’s open daily until at least 2 a.m. 


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