Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen

Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen

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11:00 - 23:30
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11:00 - 23:30
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11:00 - 23:30
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11:00 - 23:30
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11:00 - 23:30
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4.3 of 5 bubbles
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4.4 of 5 bubbles
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3.7 of 5 bubbles
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CUISINES
American
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Meals
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
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Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen restaurant is turning up the heat at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Drawing inspiration from the global hit reality television show starring world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay, guests will feel like they are on the studio set.
CUISINES
American
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Meals
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
FEATURES
Reservations, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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4.0
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Bflefevre
Morgan Hill35 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 none
My wife and I stayed at Caesar's Palace, and we decided to try Hell's Kitchen for a meal. Reservations are a must! Anyone walking in has a LONG wait! We tried making dinner reservations, but the earliest table we could get was at 10:45 . That's a little late for us to have dinner, so we decided to try lunch. We got a table at 1:45 the following day, and got seated immediately. Some people had walked in , but were disappointed at the wait time they were given (hours, not minutes). The wait staff was very polite and efficient. We didn't have a long wait for our food to arrive. They have a prixe fixe menu, as well as ala carte. My wife chose the former, and picked the beef wellington, something she had never eaten. I decided on the briased short ribs. Both were outstanding! Melt in your mouth goodness! For anyone who has ever watched his reality TV show, there is homage to all the winners in the entry, and the cooks are all in the same kind of uniforms worn in the show. However, that is where the similarities end. There is no head chef cussing, no dishes being thrown, or any of the drama that TV loves. What there is is fantastic food, but it is not cheap! Then again, most of the restaurants on the Strip in Vegas are no longer cheap. What really got our attention was the dessert. My wife's came with the meal, but I ordered it seperately. It is called Sticky Toffee Pudding. It is a small scoop of speculoos ice cream (which looks like toffee ice cream) over a soft, delicious, mound of --I couldn't get my waitress to explain it, except to say it's a secret. It may be the most delicious dessert either of us has ever had! We are still talking about it! I would love to make it myself, but since it is a secret, I may have to narrow my search to finding how to get speculoos ice cream. Anyone complaining about noise in this place is reaching for complaints. It's a restaurant, and noise is going to happen. But, it isn't any more than any other normal restaurant. We highly recommend this place, even if all you go for is dessert!
Written 9 February 2020
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jessey117
Edmonton37 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 none
There's not a whole lot I can say other than this is worth every penny. Some people may look at it and see just a tourist trap but honestly, the food is worth the money. It was packed when I went but the hosting staff got me in right away, even though I was slightly earlier than my reservation. Service was prompt and the wait staff didn't let you sit for too long without checking in. Menu was small but it's meant to mainly be the dishes shown on Hell's Kitchen and they were certainly cooked perfectly. Ordered the Risotto, Beef Wellington and the Mac and Cheese side, all were phenomenal and would order again, although I'd have to try the scallops rather than the Risotto next time. From the time I arrived to the time I left I'd say it was just under an hour and the final bill was sitting around $120 USD just for me, no dessert but did include an alcoholic beverage. Highly recommend a visit to this place.
Written 24 February 2020
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dragonfly129
San Francisco117 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 none
Was there ro attend the soft opening of Slanted Door Las Vegas and got lucky when we unexpectedly snagged reservations for lunch at Hell’s Kitchen. Dinner reservations must be made at least 1 month in advance and we got the last reservations at 10.15 am. The place looks amazingly like the set in LA. The red and blue kitchen was recreated but the kitchen was working as a team. On the day we visited, Gordon Ramsey was expected to be in the restaurant to cook a dinner for the 1 millionth customer when he or she walks thru the door. For lunch, my wife ordered the 3 course menu. In addition to the beef Wellington and sticky toffee pudding, the signature dishes, you get a choice of pumpkin soup or Caesar salad. Since this was lunch and not dinner, portion size was reduced and cost for the prix fixe menu was $65. The dishes were fantastic. The soup was a nice purée with plenty of pumpkin flavor. The beef was cooked medium rare and moist however the sticky toffee pudding was too sweet for my wife and I. I ordered some eggs with thick sliced bacon which was prepared perfectly. We also shared a shrimp risotto, a dish introduced to the restaurant from the show, fabulous! Service could not be more attentive yet not over bearing. The dining room’s appearance was first class as expected. Loved this place and you should check it out, worth the money paid for the experience.
Written 8 March 2020
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Roxana Carrion
Orlando227 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 none
It was a dream come true to dine here, at first. I've watched every season of the show since it aired, and the setup is just like the show with the red and blue prominently displayed in the kitchen area. Their TVs showed Hells Kitchen episodes and there's a small gift shop filled with Chef Ramsey quotes and images. I was seated window side with a great view of the Vegas strip, but I unfortunately ordered the prix fixe menu of 5 courses. I say unfortunately, because of the 5 items I've tried, i was only happy with the Beef Wellington and the toffee desert. Right off the bat I told the waiter I wasn't a fan of beets, and instead of offering a substitute he assured me I would love the way they prepared it. I did not. He repeatedly asked me if I was interested in an alcoholic beverage or wine, even though I already told him I wasn't interested, (I figured i'm spending enough money as it is). After a while I think he gave up on me, because a waitress took over and visited my table to see if I needed anything else. Long story short, come for the Beef Wellington only! At least that dish was a dream come true, but tasting it only angered me for wasting the stomach space on the other items. Against my better judgment, I returned on my last day in Vegas, but sat at the bar. I wanted to at least order a coffee and enjoy the environment one last time. However, the bartender never acknowledged me. I guess tips are very important here, if you're eating solo, and not a big spender you're pretty much neglected. I would never return again T-T. Sad thing is booked my Vegas trip mostly for this visit. I enjoyed the rest of what the strip had to offer regardless of this experience.
Written 26 January 2020
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Jucu74
Central Florida18 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 none
Thoroughly enjoyed it, the set menu for $85 is excellent value for money. Everything was delicious, hot & fresh. We did order another round of drinks & they never arrived, which was a little disappointing, however our water glasses where always topped up so not a major problem. We had the pleasure of speaking with Joanna who I believe was one of the managers & she gave our son a little gift to take home, it was a super sweet & kind gesture as we had explained our son loves the show. Best food we’ve had in Vegas so far.
Written 29 January 2020
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SFB1976
Las Vegas13 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jan 2020 none
My wife decided she wanted to try Hell's Kitchen and made a reservation. I was not expecting much, I thought it was going to be a tourist trap and overpriced. This place is very popular, don't try to get a table without a reservation. We had a 9PM reservation and still had to wait 20 minutes to get our table. The food was amazing! The lobster risotto was the best dish I had in any restaurant! We were a party of 4, 3 of us had the famous beef wellington, which was amazing and I had the short rib and it was even better. If you are a wine drinker, the cheapest bottle is around 80$. The only negative comment was the the waitress didn't look very happy when we did not order drinks, wine and dessert. We all had the feeling that she was hoping more from us! The food also came out very quickly! Our appetizers came out within 5 minutes from ordering and we were out the restaurant within 1 hour from sitting at our table. Still one the best meal we had while in Vegas!
Written 7 February 2020
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RGP64
Redding4 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020 none
Not what we expected. Very loud atmosphere, my wife and I couldn’t talk to each other, could barely hear the waitress, the music in the waiting area was so loud we almost missed getting our table. The food was meh, I had the crispy salmon, not very crispy and slightly under cooked. My wife had the short ribs and they were very dry no sauce came with it. I ordered an apple crisp dessert and they brought out sticky toffee pudding, not a fan. Don’t go expecting the same reaction from the patrons on the show, very disappointed and out $200.
Written 5 March 2020
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amieparisbentley
Salford186 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 couples
As this was my first visit to Las Vegas one of the things I wanted to do was visit Hells Kitchen and we was lucky enough to get a table on a Saturday lunchtime. We arrived a bit early but didn’t get seated until about 10 minutes after our reservation time as it was super busy. The restaurant decor inside and out is amazing and typical gordan Ramsay. We opted for the set lunch meal which surprisingly had more or less the same options as the evening meal for a lot less. It was my first time having a Ceasers salad and it was so good we have tried to recreate at home several time’s. We then had to have the beef wellington as standard and oh my it didn’t disappoint. The gravy was absolutely delicious we could have had another jug full. We then chose the sticky toffee pudding which was surprisingly a large portion. This was served with a rose champagne as recommended by our server Britney who was so helpful. This was such a special place for us and we have already booked for when we go again soon. Well done team!
Written 27 January 2020
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SolangeM
Edmonton189 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 none
I love the show so we decided to go for my mom's 60th Birthday. We both got the 3 course meal - Scallops, beef Wellington and sticky toffee ($85 each) they recognized my mom her birthday. The scallops were melt in your mouth delicious! The beef Wellington also just melted in your mouth but by the time I was half way through I just ate the filet and left the rest as I was getting over it. The sticky toffee was delicious. The cheapest cup of wine is about $17. The beer around $10/$12. I had a água fresca mocktail which was delicious it was $9. Overall it's not cheap which to get great food with a chefs name is what you can expect. I would go again for a special occasion. All in all the total cost we paid goes as follows. 3 course meal $85 x 2 Stella beer $12 x 1 Água fresca $9 x 1 20% tip as suggested came close to $250 USD There was also a proposal that occurred which was cute everyone cheered.
Written 9 February 2020
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PAboyinFL
Ocala1683 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2020 none
When you book a table at a restaurant owned by a famous chef, you expect high quality, but often don't get it. Hell's Kitchen delivered and blew us away! Our waiter was attentive, friendly, and informative and made the whole experience even more enjoyable. We were there for the purpose of trying Beef Wellington. We both ordered the prix fixe menu which included choice of a salad, the main course of Beef Wellington, and dessert. Salad choices were a beet salad and a caesar salad, so my wife got the beet salad, and I had the caesar salad. The caesar salad was huge and well dressed. The crazy thing was the beet salad. I do not like beets, but I took a taste my wife offered after she raved about it. Upon tasting it, I was upset that I had not ordered the beet salad as well, that is how incredibly delicious it was. Before the main course, we ordered a lobster risotto to share, since it risotto is such a big deal on the tv show. It was phenomenal! My wife does not care that much for lobster and she said it was the most perfect cooked lobster she has ever had and would eat it more often if it was prepared like that all the time. Then, the Beef Wellington - oh my word, neither of us can think of anything we have ever put in our mouths that was as delicious as this was. The filet just melted in your mouth. It was insane how good it was, and it is a very filling portion. It comes with a potato puree and some root vegetables. Be sure to ask your server for extra red wine demi-glaze (which our waiter recommended we do). That sauce melds perfectly with the beef. Already full but determined to try everything the meal included, we had the sticky toffee pudding for dessert. Thankfully it came in the smallest portion of any food we received. It was a final treat in this extraordinary meal. We were there for early dinner. Although we dressed up a bit, most of the patrons were in tourist attire. The red and blue theme to the kitchen at the front of the restaurant reminds you of the tv show set up. Even the lights in the restaurant are little pitch forks. You will spend some money here, but the food is worth every penny. We are so glad we got a reservation to eat here. (And do make a reservation, as they are generally booked weeks to months in advance.)
Written 14 January 2021
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Anson F
Richmond12 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 none
Book your table through OpenTable in advance to avoid long line ups at any time during the day of the week. I do recommend diners going for dinner to get the entrées. The entrées that I ordered were: braised short rib and jidori chicken scallopini. I don't recommend getting cocktail shrimp because the serving size is small and cost a lot of money ($21.00USD) for only 4 pieces of shrimp. I didn't like the potato puree (sides). The interior design is intriguing with the mosaic red and blue flames on the wall by the open kitchen theme. Cool outside display with the "HK" sign going on fire.
Written 14 January 2020
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BlondeeCMK
Albuquerque150 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Feb 2020 none
I took my fiance here for his birthday last weekend and we had a great experience. We didn't wait longer than a few seconds to be seated after arriving on time for our reservation and the service was spectacular. My fiance had the filet and I had the beef wellington with potato puree and vegetables which was amazing. We both had 2 mai tais and our bill for dinner was over $230 but it was well worth it and such a great birthday dinner!
Written 18 February 2020
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littleglobetrotter88
United Kingdom338 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020 none
I love Hells Kitchen, always been a big fan of the show so when in Vegas I couldn't wait to visit. Booked for dinner about 3 weeks in advance and we could only get in at 9pm. Booking for dinner highly recommended. I wish we had been sat closer to the open kitchen, we were quite far back in another room which was the only disappointing thing although I could still see the activity in the kitchen. Service was outstanding. I ordered the Shrimp Cocktail and Beef Wellington. Food was delicious. Perfectly cooked and presented. The dinner for the two of us cost nearly $200 with a glass of wine but it was a wonderful dining experience.
Written 5 March 2020
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Ryan & Kimberly
13 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2020 couples
My husband and I were in Las Vegas with another couple celebrating his 40th birthday. On Sunday, October 25th we made reservations at Hell's Kitchen for 8:45pm. This was my husband and I's first Chef Ramsey experience and were looking forward to this dinner the most out of all of the amazing restaurants in Las Vegas. For dinner we all had scallops, caesar salad, lobster risotto, beef wellington and sticky toffee pudding. Everything we had, with exception of the salad and dessert, was extremely under seasoned and was either overcooked or undercooked. The scallops were thin and inconsistently cooked, the overcooked lobster risotto was bland and the beef wellington was undercooked and the pastry was gummy. As each course arrived we all hoped the next would be better than the one prior, but we were all sadly let down as each plate arrived. The food looked beautiful on the plate but fell short on all levels as soon as we took a bite. The waiter raved about how amazing the food was and never asked if we liked our dinner, but I'm sure it was written all over our faces that we were not enjoying ourselves. While we should have said something (or asked for salt) while we were dining at your restaurant, we all just wanted to get it over with, pay the bill and leave as soon as possible. We've watched Chef Ramsey on TV for many many years and he instills how important seasoning and consistency is to his food and we were all extremely underwhelmed and disappointed with this dinner. We would like to hope this experience isn't the norm for his restaurants but we can't express enough how disheartened we all were and don't think we will ever be back to another one. We appreciate good food and don't mind paying for it, but in this case we could have found a better use of our money.
Written 21 November 2020
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Aracely
Tucson45 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2019 family
We went to Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen on Christmas Eve (12/24/2020) and we really liked the atmosphere, it is true that it’s very noisy and tables are very close to each other, but the place is very nice. We had the scallops and Caesar Salad first. The salad was good, but the scallops were great. We had the Beef Wellington because that was a must but I didn’t like it. We also had the Braised Short Ribs. The Beef Wellington was disappointing, the bread on the outside was bland and hard and the beef inside was almost cold. The potato purée was also bland and the sauce under the Beef Wellington was bitter for my taste. If I ever go back, which most likely won’t happen if it is up to me to choose, I will never order the Beef Wellington again. The Braised Short Ribs were good, not spectacular but okay. For dessert we had the Sticky Toffee Pudding and it was delicious. The service was excellent and food came out extremely fast, as if they already had it ready to serve. Since the Beef Wellington is the most popular dish, I think they cook it like they cook food at fast food places where they have the hamburgers ready to go for the next person who orders it.
Written 4 March 2020
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