A look at my most recent visit to Gordon Ramsey’s Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas. I am a fan of the show and I finally checked out the restaurant that opened last year. I am also sharing a few tips for you if you are planning a visit.
The world’s first Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen restaurant opened last year at Caesars Palace Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. Inspired by the hit reality television show starring Chef Gordon Ramsay, this was described as a place where guests will feel like they are on the studio set.
l recently visited the restaurant while in Las Vegas.
The restaurant is located in front of Ceasar’s Palace. When you walk in, you can feel the energy of the eatery and its staff and patrons.
The bar was full when we checked in for our dinner reservation. You are first greeted by a video of Gordan Ramsey and a wall full of photos of Hell’s Kitchen alumni from the television show.
The restaurant is large and open and you can in fact see the chefs in the in the familiar red and blue kitchen.
We were seated in a lovely table next to the window, overlooking the fountains in front of Caesar’s Palace. The menu offerings included many options including two Prix Fixe options (one of which came with a wine pairing).
We started with the Lobster Risotto and were not disappointed. The lobster was high quality and wonderfully cooked over a bed of creamy risotto. Such a great way to start the meal and perfect when shared. You can order the risotto with or without truffles.
We debated about trying the Prix Fixe menu, but when it came to deciding I could not help but order the signature dish, the Beef Wellington. The Wellington was absolutely wonderful with a thin, flakey crust and superior flavor.
The Wellington only comes medium rare, so do not even try to order it any other way. And why would you?
The dish was served with a potato puree and a couple of unmemorable carrots.
At the suggestion of our server, we ordered the Pineapple Carpaccio which was a perfect light way to end the meal. It is served with a dry ice container which makes for a fun and Instagram-worthy presentation.
The food and service at the restaurant was top notch. Truly worth a visit if you are in the Las Vegas area. The restaurant was a wonderful dining experience and I would definitely recommend you checking it out.
Tips for Visiting Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas
The restaurant takes walk-ins, but you are better off trying to get in for a late lunch as dinner is a pretty popular time at the restaurant.
While we did not see Gordon Ramsey at this meal, he does visit the restaurant about three times a year. They do have a day of filming planned at this location in March.
We did catch a glimpse of Michelle Tribble, winner of season 17 in the kitchen. The transition to season 18 winner Ariel Contreras-Fox was to take place sometime this month, according to our sources.
If the price tag is a bit steep, try visiting at lunchtime for a lower-priced menu.
3570 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89109