If you’re a fan of Gordon Ramsay’s hit TV show Hell’s Kitchen, you know that the two rival cooking factions are working really hard to defeat each other. But when they work together, the Caesar salad is perfectly dressed, the lobster risotto creamy, the scallops well seared, the Wellington beef super tender, and the sticky toffee pudding decadent.
At Ramsays Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace, you’ll be glad to know that these crews have overcome their animosity and the kitchen staff agree to send you a delicious meal. The decor here is reminiscent of the show, with red on one side and blue on the other side of the exhibition kitchen at the front of the main dining room.
The rest of the space is beautiful, with a bar on one wall and large windows overlooking the Strip. When you sit down for lunch or dinner, a drink is perfect to start. A personal favorite is Notes From Gordon, a Plymouth gin-based cocktail made with peach, lemongrass, and lemon, plus a small note that includes one of the pithy comments the chef is known for. Smoke on the Blvd has Woodford Rye, Aperol, Sweet Vermouth, and Averna Amaro all smoked in a small glass case that makes for an eye-catching drink.
All of these signature dishes from the show are available, either à la carte or in a prix fixe menu, as well as many other options such as the heirloom burrata salad, spring onion soup with truffle and potato hash, braised ribs with creamy polenta, fillet Mignon and Chicken Scallopini.
And if the speculoos cookie ice cream that comes with the sticky toffee pudding isn’t sweet enough, how about an espresso martini? With New Amsterdam Vodka, Kahlua and Espresso it is a fabulous end to a harmonious meal.
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