Gordon Ramsay is one of the most famous chefs in the world. He owns 35 restaurants, holds 7 Michelin Stars, and has 8 tv shows that he stars in. While being famous for his amazing cuisines, his rise to stardom can be largely attributed to his unique personality. As the host, head chef, and judge of the famous reality show “Hell’s Kitchen,” Gordon Ramsay uses his expertise and anger to choose his next protege in this fast-paced kitchen show. Hell’s Kitchen is the actual filming location for the show and a real restaurant. The same meals that are shown on the show are on the menu, and trust me, the meals are to die for. Dining at Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas was one of the best dining experiences I have ever had. Gordon Ramsay lives up to his name, and the food was simply incredible.
Dining at Hell’s Kitchen is an incredible experience for foodies and non-foodies alike. The menu is small, but offers plenty of selection for all diet types. It includes all of the items that are famous from the show like the beef wellington and lobster risotto, as well as a few other Gordon Ramsay favorites. To see the full menu, click here.
Hell’s Kitchen is located in the center of the Las Vegas Strip. It can be found directly in front of the famous Caesar’s Palace hotel. While many restaurants are located inside hotels or other buildings on the strip, this amazing restaurant is a stand alone building.
Address: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89109
Nothing amazing is cheap in Vegas, and the same is true of Hell’s Kitchen. While dining at Hell’s Kitchen, you are paying for the experience, the dining, the location, and the Gordon Ramsay name. If you are lucky, you may even get a reservation for a dinner service while the competition is going on. This means a chance to see the man himself and a chance to be on TV!
A three course meal for dinner starts at $90 per person. You can also order individual items as well.
In order to eat at this famous restaurant, you need to make reservations as far in advance as possible. Especially during filming season, it can be incredibly difficult to reserve a spot. Make sure that if you are planning to go to Las Vegas in the future that you book this experience as soon as you know the dates that you will be there.
As a huge Gordon Ramsay fan, dining at Hell’s Kitchen was a dream come true. Eric kept making fun of me for tearing up at every other thing we ate. It was so cool to be able to see the red and blue kitchens where the chefs compete. I was there during a lunch service so there was no filming taking place while I was there, but the experience was still absolutely incredible.
Because of the way the restaurant is set up, you actually get to watch the chefs prepare your food from the kitchen as you wait. On the walls at the entrance there are all of the different Hell’s Kitchen winners and photos of the show.
When we ate there, Eric and I decided to order a couple of our favorite dishes from the show to share with each other instead of ordering our own three course meals. This was completely the right decision for us because we were STUFFED by the end. We couldn’t eat another bite of the food even though we desperately wanted to.
While we were at the restaurant, we order two appetizers, one side, and one main course to share. We decided that for the appetizers we would try the famous lobster risotto and the pan-seared scallops. We had ZERO regrets with our choices. After that we received our main course of Gordon Ramsay’s most popular dish, the beef wellington, and a side of the most amazing macaroni and cheese that we have ever had.
Everything that we ordered was cooked to perfection and was absolutely delicious. The wait staff was kind and funny, and they even offered to take pictures of us! You could tell that they enjoyed their job, and they definitely found the fact that I was tearing up over the food to be very funny.
I HIGHLY recommend dining at Hell’s Kitchen if you are in Las Vegas