the pork is so raw it’s still singing ‘hakuna matata’
Hell’s Kitchen is the latest Gordon Ramsay restaurant to hit the Vegas dining scene, and it’s a doozy. Located in front of Caesar’s Palace, in the building that used to house Serendipidity 3, the design of Hell’s Kitchen is clearly inspired by it’s namesake reality TV show. Inside, a large video screen, featuring a life size Ramsay welcoming patrons to the restaurant, set’s the tone. The kitchen itself is split into two sides, Red and Blue and the kitchen is run by head chef and season 17 Hell’s Kitchen winner, Michelle Tribble.
The restaurant offers modern lunch and dinner menus and features signature dishes like Beef Wellington, Hell’s Kitchen Burger, and Sticky Toffee Pudding. There are also well priced prix fixe lunch and dinner menus that can be ordered with optional wine pairings. Here are a few photos from our lunchtime visit in August.
The signature cocktail list is definitely worth a look. On this visit we enjoyed Notes from Gordon cocktail features a mix of dry gin, green tea, lemongrass, peach, and lemon. The rolled up message from gordon is a fun touch. Recommended!
The signature Hell’s Kitchen Burger is a favorite for lunch. To take the edge off the heat we swapped our the ghost pepper jack cheese for cheddar. The meaty burger was flavorful and juicy with a perfect amount of char. Definitely a contender for our list of top 10 burgers in Vegas.
Save room for dessert! The Sticky Toffee Pudding is a modern British classic that is featured at many of Ramsay’s restaurants. Served warm with a scoop of speculoos ice cream it’s a surprisingly light and moist dessert. Recommended, especially if it’s your first time dining at one of Gordon’s restaurants.
Overall Hell’s Kitchen is truly a fun dining experience from start to finish. It’s clear lots of thought has gone into the design of this restaurant. It’s a must visit for fans and foodies alike on their next trip to Vegas.
Caesars Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard. (702) 731-7373 gordonramsayrestaurants.com