Restaurants at Caesars Palace Las Vegas
Caesars Palace Las Vegas offers an international array of cuisine, meant to satisfy all tastes. From French stylish dining, to casual places and cafes open 24 hours, here you’ll find everything you ever dreamed of. Three of the restaurants at Caesars Palace Las Vegas have been rated by the Michelin Guide Las Vegas as some of the best in Sin City.
Payard Pâtisserie & Bistro – French
It is open for breakfast and lunch every day. There’s also a pastry counter opened daily from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. It includes a chocolate shop, a pastry shop and a traditional dining room. The pastries and chocolate shop offers chocolates, desserts, sandwiches and pastries. In the same area, guests can order crepes, coffee and home made ice-creams, as well as sorbets.
Mesa Grill – Southwestern
It is open for lunch (Monday to Friday) and dinner (daily), as well as for brunch (on weekends). It is one of the most expensive restaurants at Caesar Palace Las Vegas, with entrees starting at $40 per person. The chef combines the Southwestern flair with innovating grilling to bring some of the best dishes to the guests. Dishes like New Mexican Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin, Sixteen Spice Crusted Chicken and Mango and Spice Crusted Tuna are among the guests’ favorite. The restaurant offers great American wines and interesting cocktails.
Bradley Ogden – American (Traditional)
It is the most expensive restaurant at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, with entrees starting at $40 per person. It is he only restaurant in Las Vegas to receive the James Beard Foundation’s “Best New Restaurant of the Year” award. It is open for dinner, from Wednesday to Sunday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. The lounge (where food can be served) is open daily during the same hours.
The restaurant currently features a Special Prix-Fix Tasting Menu at only $59 per person (three courses). The menu comprises an entrée (Caesar Salad, Twice Baked Maytag Blue Cheese Souffle or Sweet Yellow Corn Soup), the main dish (Pan Roasted Alaskan Halibut, Duroc Pork Loin, or Roasted Petaluma Free Range Chicken) and dessert (Peanut Butter & Jelly Bread Pudding, Housemade Ice Cream Selection, or Market Berry White Chocolate Panna Cotta).
Neros – Steakhouse
It is open daily from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. The average entrée price is $25-40 per person. The restaurant specializes in dry-aged prime beef, tender chops, fresh fish and seafood. The restaurant also has an extensive wine list.
Beijing Noodle No. 9 – Chinese
It is open from 11 a.m. daily (closes at 11 p.m. from Sunday until Thursday and at midnight on Friday and Saturday). The average entrée price is $15-25 per person and reservations are recommended. It is the newest restaurant opened at Caesars Palace Las Vegas and is a casual noodle shop. You can choose among traditional Chinese soups, dim sum, rice dishes and noodles.
Hyakumi – Asian
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner (from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.). The average entrée price is $25-40 per person. It offers fresh sushi as well as à la carte dishes including noodle soups. If you are not sure what to choose from the variety of dishes, there are some popular prix fixe four-course dinner combinations you can try.
It is open for dinner, everyday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. It is one of the most expensive restaurants at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, with entrees starting at $40 per person. The home cooked Italian dishes include pastas, risottos and steak bistecca.
Restaurant Guy Savoy – French
It is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and is one of the most expensive restaurants at Caesars Palace Las Vegas, with entrees starting at $40 per person. The restaurant is run by Guy Savoy, one of France’s most revered and award-winning chefs. The restaurants most famous menu is The 10-course Menu Prestige, featuring dishes like silky Artichoke and Black Truffle Soup, Colors of Caviar and Crispy Sea Bass. Another popular menu is the TGV menu which features Marinated Tuna, American Prime Beef Tenderloin and Red Snapper.
Bubble Bar is located within the restaurant and offers a casual dining experience. You can try the “small plates” accompanied by champagne.
Sea Harbour – Chinese
It is open daily from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. and the average entrée price is $25-40 per person. It features authentic Cantonese seafood, including abalone, shark fin and sea cucumber.
Serendipity 3 – casual/café
It is open daily and is the newest dining gem at Caesars Palace Las Vegas. It is a great choice for lunch and dinner, as well as for a quick dessert. It offers pastas, sandwiches and burgers and combines the tastes of Italy, Japan, France, Mexico and the United States. The best known treat at the café is the Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, which blends 20 different kinds of chocolate into an icy, rich cocoa flavor.
The Golden Opulence Sundae is available for $1,000 and is the Guinness World Record holder for “most expensive dessert. It comprises five scoops of Tahitian vanilla ice cream, rare chocolates made from Venezuelan cocoa beans, exotic fruits and 23-karat edible gold leaf.
Augustus Café – American casual/café
It is open 24 hours a day and is located just off the hotel lobby inside Augustus Tower. The average entrée price is $15-25 per person. The café offers American cuisine in a casual setting, overlooking the Roman Plaza. The breakfast menu includes potato and artichoke frittata, customized omelets and French toast, which at lunch and dinner you can enjoy pastas, noodles, salads and many more.
Lago Buffet – Buffet
It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, from Monday to Friday (opens at 7 a.m, closes at 10 p.m.). The weekend brunch can be served from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Breakfast costs $17.95, lunch $19.95, dinner $24.95 and brunch $24.95 (excluding champagne). It features diverse international dishes, including Asian fare.
Cypress Street Marketplace – Casual/Café
It is open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. The average entrée price is $5-15, making the café one of the cheapest places to eat at Caesars Palace Las Vegas. It offers a variety of dishes from different cuisines.