Guy Savoy in Las Vegas, the famous French chef’s only American restaurant, has introduced a new 13-course tasting menu for $348, as previously reported by Eater. That means you’ll spend $446 after tax and 20% tip, or $892 for two. Add on wine and you’re easily over $1,000. It’s the second-most priciest meal in Vegas, after Joel Robuchon's $425 degustation.
But here’s an even better point of comparison. Guy Savoy’s $446 menu is now as expensive as the longest menu at the three Michelin-starred chef’s Parisian flagship, which charges €360 for its longest tasting menu, or $450 (French restaurant prices are inclusive of tax & tip).
Previously, the most expensive menu at Guy Savoy Vegas was the 11-course prestige tasting for $298. Instead, guests can now choose the $348 variant or a new 9-course menu for $258 per person. So what say you? Is Savoy a BUY HOLD OR SELL at these high prices? Your call, world. But let the record state that Price Hike editor Ryan Sutton had one of his best meals of 2010 here.