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How To Enjoy Cuisine from a Michelin-Star Chef for $15 or Less

Last updated: July 8, 2016 at 4:13 pm. Posted by in Caesars Palace, Celebrities, Las Vegas Restaurants. 2 Comments on How To Enjoy Cuisine from a Michelin-Star Chef for $15 or Less.

Brioche Best Restaurant in Las Vegas

Flaky friends are no bueno… but flaky, buttery brioche is another story entirely.

A sit down meal at Restaurant Guy Savoy isn’t always in the cards if you’re darting off to The Forum Shops to grab a new outfit or catching a headliner at The Colosseum. Now you can indulge in the world-renowned chef’s posh cuisine in a grab-n-go setting, plus get Instagram fodder to make all your foodie friends jealous. Meet Brioche by Guy Savoy – just a few steps from the Caesars Palace Las Vegas Hotel and Casino main lobby.

Guy Savoy Best Restaurant in Las Vegas

Brioche by Guy Savoy lets diners experience the sweet (or savory!) life with the Michelin-star chef‘s pastries plus gourmet coffee and other beverages paired for under $15. Savoy’s second Caesars Palace venue offers a menu of brioche (as you probably guessed from its name), plus other pastries, iced and hot coffees and teas, beer and wine. My new favorite bite of the week is a flaky, decadent, melt-in-your mouth cinnamon brioche. Keeping things sweet, I paired it with an Aranciata Rossa (blood orange) San Pellegrino. While I opted for a non-caffeinated choice, my dining partner enjoyed hers with a café au lait. Pro tip: dip the brioche in your coffee! Brioche by Guy Savoy serves Coperaco Coffee, an artisan micro-lot roasting company that sources the highest quality beans to highlight subtle flavors and beautifully complement your pastry selections.

Brioche by Guy Savoy - Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Though I can and have raved about the cinnamon brioche for days, there are plenty of other options like the savory onion confit or prosciutto and cheese. Other sweet brioches include the Nutella & banana, peanut butter & jelly or almond & candied fruit. Served warm and buttery, it’s the ultimate choose-your-own-adventure pastry experience. The menu also includes scrumptious brioninis, which are grilled French sandwiches made on the signature brioches. When a basic grilled cheese just won’t do, class things up a bit with a prosciutto, tomato and cheese brionini. Other options include vegetarian and chicken pesto.

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Pair a brioche of your liking with your desired beverage and boom, you’ve got a gourmet Guy Savoy indulgence for $10-$15. Hungry yet? Don’t deny it. Head to Caesars Palace for a budget-friendly meal that will have you feeling like a baller.

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Allison came to Las Vegas over a decade ago and fell in love with the city and all its dining and entertainment options. A live music junkie and tequila enthusiast, she has written for Las Vegas Weekly, Las Vegas Sun, Vegas Magazine and Conde Nast's VegasChatter.

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2 Responses

  1. Mike

    Allison, your killing me! This will have to be our last meal next Sunday.
    Our normal BF spot is Giadas, so we’ll try this right before checkout.
    I don’t mind spending a little on good food. 15 dollars for a quick breakfast is right up our alley!
    The Coperaco Coffee sounds awesome. I cant wait for our trip!

    Keep up the good work!

  2. Allison Duck

    Thanks, Mike! This is a great quick breakfast option. Since it opened, I think I’ve stopped by for a drink or a bite every time I’ve been to Caesars Palace 😛 I’ve only tried (repeatedly!) the cinnamon one so if you branch out, I would love to hear your thoughts. Hope you enjoy your trip!