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Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen

Caesars Palace
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Flamingo Rd.)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Cuisine: American
Gordon Ramsay continues to expand his restaurant empire with Hell’s Kitchen, his fifth Vegas venue and the first named for and inspired by the hit TV show.
Openings: Open daily 11 a.m.-11 p.m.


Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen, Las Vegas, NV

Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen Restaurant Review:

About the restaurant & décor: Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen is located on the Strip side outside of the Caesars Palace resort. As you arrive in the entryway, you can’t miss a gallery of Hell’s Kitchen winners and a gift shop. Once inside the branding of the TV show continues, with the HK initials and iconic pitchfork emblazoned in virtually every part of the décor, lights mimicking flames and the bonus of striking views of the Vegas Strip compliments of floor-to-ceiling windows.

Likes: The restaurant is a replica of the TV show set, with an open kitchen under bright lights illuminating two teams of chefs wearing the uniforms from the show --- red and blue jackets with coordinating bandanas. But unlike on the TV show, the chefs are not competing, but faithfully tending to their own stations.
Dislikes: It’s a bit of a walk from the casino to the restaurant, but while approaching it you are rewarded with the grandeur of the entrance festooned with actual flames and gigantic HK initials and pitchfork.

Food & Drinks: A good starter is the golden beet salad with Greek yogurt, kumquats, pistachio granola and white balsamic vinaigrette. Also on the menu are dishes Ramsay is best known for: beef Wellington wrapped in puff pastry and served with potato purée and red wine demi-glace; pan-seared scallops with braised bacon lardons; and the one he most commonly chastises chefs on the show for not making properly --- risotto, which in this case is enhanced with butter-poached lobster, butternut squash and fried sage leaves. The beverage list proposes more than 100 wines mainly from California, France and Italy; several craft beers, including Ramsay’s favorite, Innis & Gunn Oak Aged Beer; and featured cocktails such as the Notes from Gordon with infused green tea, gin and lemon juice garnished with a rolled up note containing actual words Ramsay has said on the famed TV show (e.g. “This chicken is so raw, it can still lay an egg.”) A visit is not complete without ending the meal with Ramsay’s signature sticky toffee pudding, which comes with speculoos ice cream.

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