Gordon Ramsay Restaurants in Las Vegas

Ever since Gordon Ramsay opened his first Las Vegas restaurant in 2012, he’s been on a roll.

Opening up another 4 restaurants so far, there’s no doubt that Las Vegas is one of the best destinations to experience the famous UK chef’s culinary dishes.

Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas

This steakhouse is the first restaurant that Gordon Ramsay opened in Las Vegas and its grand opening welcomed rave reviews. Other than its succulent steak cuts, we recommend trying either the classic beef wellington or the unique twist on a classic: lobster wellington. This classy steak joint is on the pricier side but the quality and dining atmosphere is top notch.

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace

Have you watched Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen show before? This restaurant is a near replica of the kitchen and dining area of that show. The kitchen is separated in two: the flaming decor representing the “red team” and the calming water decor representing the “blue team”.

As for the food, the wagyu meatballs and pan seared scallops are the most delicious appetizers on the menu. A few steak cuts and the beef wellington is also available at this restaurant if you decide to go the Hell’s Kitchen instead of Gordon’s steakhouse. For the full dining experience, try the 3-course or 5-course signature prix fixe menu.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill

Located by the casino floor, the casual atmosphere at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is a great option for an affordable and quality meal while people watching. This restaurant has an English pub feel but the prices are a bit high. Get the crispy pork belly, lobster mac & cheese, and either the shepherd’s pie or steak & ale pie.

Gordon Ramsay Burger

This is not your average burger joint! Gordon Ramsay Burger offers unique gourmet burgers made with fresh ingredients with a variety of patty options including the usual beef patty, pork, crispy chicken, lamb, turkey, fried fish, and vegetarian portabella mushroom.

As of 2019, they also offer the Impossible Burger which is a vegan patty that tastes similar to a regular beef patty. Our favorite is the Hell’s Kitchen Burger which is the classic burger with a Mexican twist: asadero cheese, avocado, roasted tomatoes and jalapeno for the extra spicy kick.

If you have a big appetite, the Hog Burger is the perfect choice for you. It has the Mangalitsa pork (the “Kobe beef” of pork) as the patty along with bacon, bbq pork, white cheddar, pickles, crispy onion, and coleslaw. For sides, get either the truffle Parmesan fries or sweet potato fries.

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips

A convenient fast food place located in the LINQ Promenade in the middle of the Strip. Here you will find the classic English dish “fish and chips” along with shakes and fried chicken.

It’s a small restaurant so the wait times can be a little long. There are not many places to sit, you’re better off taking it to go or eat outside.

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