If you’re looking for a luxurious and indulgent experience while in Las Vegas, look no further than the Caviar Bar at Resorts World. Chef Shaun Hergatt’s extensive menu of caviar dishes and drinks is carefully selected and expertly crafted to ensure your satisfaction.

Whether you’re a caviar novice or connoisseur, there’s something on the menu for everyone. Keep reading for my full review of the Caviar Bar, including what to order and important info about this hotspot.

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An Elevated Seafood Menu

The menu at Caviar Bar is just as elegant and refined as the interior decor. High-quality selections of Caspy Caviar make an appearance throughout the menu among other delicious dishes like salmon, tartare, and wagyu beef. Below are the signature items from each section of the menu along with some general pricing info.


A small salad section starts the menu off at the Caviar Bar where you’ll have three healthy options to choose from. The Australian Caesar Salad speaks to chef Shaun Hergatt’s home country while the Kale Salad is a light and refreshing option to pair with fresh seafood.

Both salads are $22 but the real highlight from this area is the King Crab Salad which comes with apple slices and a calamansi vinaigrette. You’ll pay extra for the crab for a total of $36.


Another short but flavor-rich section is the antipasti. Not quite appetizers and not quite entrees, these dishes combine delicate meats with traditional sides. The Jamon Iberico is a call back to Spanish cuisine while the Plateau and Fromage Plateau are packed with light meats and other small finger foods. On any plate you can expect grapes, crostinis, cornichons, and pickled pearl onions. You’ll get a table-sized portion but you’ll also pay for it as the prices range from $20 – $85.

A screenshot of various appetizers from Caviar Bar in Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


Traditional seafood appetizers are mixed in with unique creations in Caviar Bar’s appetizer section. The Crab Cake and Lobster Roll are easy favorites that could go on any seafood restaurant menu. But, the Shrimp Toast comes with 3 caviar sauces and the Wagyu Toast, which also comes with caviar, is unique to this restaurant that you will not be able to find anywhere else on the strip.

Considering you get a taste of caviar along with other high-quality proteins, the prices for this section are very reasonable. Expect to pay anywhere between $22 – $35 for any of these mouth-watering apps.

Shellfish & Raw Bar

You won’t find your typical raw bar offerings at Caviar Bar. Instead, the classics that usually accompany this section have a modern twist that only the Caviar Bar provides.

You’ve probably heard of oysters on the half shell but the Caviar Bar offers hot oysters at $8pp. Other favorites include Salmon Tartare, King Crab Legs, and Tasmanian Ocean Trout. Prices range pretty wildly in the raw shellfish section with the Hamachi and Trout only costing around $25 while the King Crab Legs cost $110 and the Bluefin Toro costs $50.

A screenshot of various seafood dishes from Caviar Bar in Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


Highlighting freshly caught seafood from all over the world, Caviar Bar’s entree section is full of delicious surprises. The gathering of Alaskan Black Cod, Dover Sole, and Mediterranean Sea Bass gives you options to grab your favorite type of fish from one single menu.

Fish isn’t the only menu item offered for your main course. You can enjoy a premium steak with the 8oz Australian Wagyu Beef or the Chicken Roulade. A Spaghetti Pomodoro and Duck Breast give diners who don’t want fish an alternative to enjoy.

Prices in this section are what you might expect from a well-prepared seafood restaurant but you aren’t going to lose half your Vegas budget by eating here. Expect to spend anywhere from $40 – $90 on any of these expertly cooked meals.


Served with all the traditional accompaniments, Caviar Bar serves up five different types of caviar to choose from. The Caspy brand caviar offers Osetra, Golden Osetra, Red Caviar, Kaluga, and Special Reserve Osetra. The bar gives you an option of 50g or 125g and the prices will reflect the larger portion. Expect to pay $75 – $425 for the smaller size and $50 – $850 for the larger size.

A screenshot of various caviars and a cocktail from Caviar Bar in Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.


A short and simple dessert menu offers a nice way to finish your meal at the Caviar Bar. The Chocolate Cake is a three-layered mousse with gold foil on top with strawberries on the side. The Panna Cotta comes with raspberries and the unique Caviar Ball has blackberry cheesecake and blackberry gel. You’ll either pay $20 or $22 for these three decadent desserts.


The Caviar Bar has a fully stocked bar at your disposal so you can create your own concoctions. But if you’re suffering from decision fatigue, they have nine different carefully crafted cocktail choices with all kinds of spirits available. They’re all fantastic so close your eyes and point to any one of them and you won’t be disappointed but if you’re looking for suggestions, the signature choices are the JP Old Fashion and Ho’omaluhia Mai Tai. Almost every cocktail is $21 except for the Mai Tai which is $23.

Reservations at Caviar Bar in Resorts World

Caviar Bar in Resorts World uses the Sevenrooms restaurant reservation platform, making it easy for diners to find availability, make a reservation, receive confirmation, and edit or cancel a reservation if plans change. 

You can log into Sevenrooms using a Facebook or Google account or just make a reservation as a guest.

A Luxurious Atmosphere at Caviar Bar

With a restaurant full of caviar you would expect a bit of luxury, but the Caviar Bar lines every wall with elegant decor that makes you feel like you walked into a Great Gatsby party. Belarus crystal embellished doors with gold lining welcome you into the restaurant. Hand-blown dark-colored crystal balls even adorn the ceiling to resemble caviar floating above.

A screenshot of the various dining areas and decor at Caviar Bar in Resorts World Hotel and Casino Las Vegas.

The atmosphere in Caviar Bar is unabashedly luxurious so you’ll want to adorn your late-night Vegas attire that stands out and lets everyone know you belong. This is the type of place to bring your friends to show off or to take a date to impress.

Things To Know About Caviar Bar in Resorts World

Location: From the casino floor, head east toward the restaurant VIVA. Take a left down the corridor and Caviar Bar will be on your left-hand side. It is across from Bar Zazu and Brezza.

Hours of Operation:

  • Sun – Thurs | 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
  • Fri & Sat | 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
  • Hours subject to change

Dress Code: Dress code is business casual so no beachwear or casual clothes will be permitted like hats, flip flops, and tank tops.

Price: For a couple dining at Caviar Bar expect to pay anywhere from $400 -$600. This includes appetizers, entrees, drinks, and caviar. Prices will drop significantly if you do not order any caviar.

Genting Rewards Dining Perks: Resorts World Las Vegas has a player’s rewards program that offers all kinds of benefits including those for dining if you’re a member. Membership is free. You can find more information here at Genting Rewards.

Caviar Bar in Summary

With an entire menu devoted to caviar and fresh-caught seafood from around the world, Caviar Bar in Resorts World Las Vegas offers guests a unique dining experience unmatched at other spots on the strip. A true taste of luxury awaits in both taste and aesthetic appeal at the Caviar Bar. I want to thank you for checking out the Las Vegas Report and hope this guide helps you make an easy decision when you’re in Vegas.

If you’re looking for more dining options at this amazing resort, check out our complete guide to restaurants in Resorts World Las Vegas.

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