Published on March 24th, 2023 | by Isabelle Karamooz, Founder of FQM


A Delightful Dining Experience in the Heart of Las Vegas at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen

Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas is an experience like no other. From the moment you step into the restaurant, you are greeted by a vibrant and energetic atmosphere and transported into the world of the popular TV show, with its iconic red and blue kitchen’s team and signature fiery decor.

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When we arrived, we were welcome by the professional and convivial staff who took us to our table for two. We crossed the large main room to enter a brightly lit room in the back of the restaurant with huge windows overlooking the Strip and a view on the fountains of the Caesars Palace hotel and casino.

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First, if you feel overwhelmed by the sheer volume of choices on the menu, one way to make your dining experiences a bit more “streamlined” is by ordering off of a prix fixe menu or select a few items “à la carte” and share them with friends. Today, I am going to share with you what you can choose on the menu, and why we have loved them so much!

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The menu at Hell’s Kitchen is a culinary adventure, with a focus on modern American cuisine. Each dish is carefully crafted with fresh, high-quality ingredients and an eye for presentation. The portions are generous, and the flavors are bold and delicious.

The menu features classic dishes with a modern twist, created by Chef Ramsay himself. Start your meal with the infamous beef Wellington or the standout dish such as the pan-seared scallops, both of which are cooked to perfection. For the main course, try the Jidori chicken scallopini or the braised short rib, both of which are tender and flavorful.

The dessert menu is equally impressive, with options like the sticky toffee pudding and the salted peanut decadence. To top off your meal, indulge in one of the restaurant’s signature cocktails, such as the Smoked On the Blvd or the Hell’s Kitchen Scottish Kiss.

The restaurant’s ambiance is energetic, with an open kitchen and a large bar area where you can watch mixologists create craft cocktails.

But it is time for us now to try the “à la carte” menu! We sampled two appetizers such as the “golden beet salad,” including toasted hazelnuts and the “lobster risotto,” which is butter poached and accompanied with butternut squash and sage, all beautifully plated in an elegant and modern style. For entrée, we opted for the “crispy skin salmon,” which is served with beluga lentils, shaved fennel salad, citrus herb in a beurre blanc and a delicious latte to complete the dinner. Truly a delightful way to make our meal just perfect!

“Golden beet salad.” Photo Credit: French Quarter Magazine

“Lobster risotto.” Photo Credit: French Quarter Magazine

“Crispy skin salmon.” Photo Credit: French Quarter Magazine

We found that the service at Hell’s Kitchen is top-notch, with attentive and knowledgeable staff who are happy to guide you through the menu and make recommendations. They are also quick to address any issues or concerns you may have, ensuring that your dining experience is a memorable one.

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Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas is a must-visit destination for foodies and fans of the show alike. The food, service, and atmosphere are all top-notch, and the experience is one you won’t soon forget and that is sure to leave a lasting impression.

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About the Author

is originally from Versailles, France. She always wanted to see the world, which she did starting at 17 when she had the fortunate opportunity to study abroad in Rhonda, Spain. She traveled the world from Hong Kong to Taiwan, from Ireland to Austria, to Luxembourg, Liechtenstein and Monaco, and discovered the entire countries of Italy and Morocco. She really feels like a citizen of the world. She finally settled several years in Los Angeles where she worked at the French Consulate of Los Angeles. Passionate about the Arts and History, she earned a Bachelor's degree in History from the University of California Berkeley and have studied for a Master program in teaching at the University of Southern California, then she went on to teach French to aspiring UNLV and CSN students in Nevada. She is the founder and Editor in chief of French Quarter Magazine, in which she writes, interviews people in a wide range of circumstances, pitches story ideas to writers and journalists, takes photos, and is currently writing her first work in English, which spans the life of Coco Chanel and is filled with adventure, intrigue, history and love.

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