By Emily Saladino
The two-Michelin-starred restaurant at Caesars Palace launches Krug’s Chef’s Table, where 13-course tasting menus are paired with cuveé Champagnes.
The only Krug’s Chef’s Table in the United States, the private dining room is one of just 10 dedicated Krug spaces worldwide.
It is located within the restaurant kitchen, beneath a chandelier constructed from vintage Krug bottles. Courses are served on custom-made Bernardaud china and Le Joseph glassware, which Riedel designed exclusively for Krug.
Sample menu items include a concassé of oysters with lemon granité, sesame- and tarragon-crusted Japanese Wagyu and Guy Savoy signature dishes like artichoke and black truffle soup. Courses are paired with glasses of Krug Grand Cuveé and Krug Rosé.
The Chef’s Table experience comes with a customized iPad application featuring Guy Savoy and Olivier Krug, the sixth-generation director of the house of Krug. The two provide a guided tour through the meal. Diners can also tune into a live video feed from the nearby kitchen itself, and watch as that evening’s culinary team prepares their meal in real time.