Gordon Ramsay Steak Debuts New Design and Menu at Paris Las Vegas

Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas
Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS (Nov. 7, 2019) – Celebrated multi-Michelin star chef and television personality, Gordon Ramsay, is introducing an array of modern menu items and a lighter aesthetic in ambiance at his flagship restaurant on the famous Las Vegas Strip, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas. New items including a vegetarian and vegan menu, softer décor elements, enhanced lighting, additional seating in the lounge and increased options for private dining can now be experienced at the widely popular restaurant.

“Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas holds a special place to me as it was my very first restaurant in Las Vegas and with Caesars Entertainment, which has now flourished to eleven restaurants, four of those being Gordon Ramsay Steaks,” said Ramsay. “It was important to me to bring something new back to the flagship after seven incredibly successful years—including lighter, more feminine touches and distinguished décor, as well as reimagined dishes and presentations that complement our signature items.”

The reimagination of the restaurant is evident from the moment guests enter the iconic Chunnel, which now features customized art depicting the Paris and London skylines. At the end, discover an Instagram-worthy image of Gordon Ramsay etched in glass.

Other noteworthy design features, led by EDG Interior Architecture + Design, include new original artwork and photography, a Vegas-themed wall-art steer, 3D art sculptures, new chairs, booths, enhanced atmospheric lighting and sound, new carpet, kitchen equipment and a new statement piece – a backlit knife wall that can now be found in all of the new regional Gordon Ramsay Steak restaurants.

The bar and lounge at Gordon Ramsay Steak now offers additional seating, making it the perfect spot before or after a show, or for a casual bite and drink. Enjoy selections from the full menu or the special bar menu, including the new Kobe Beef Burger and plenty of new “Perfect Ten” cocktails.

Upstairs discover an impressive Private Dining Room with multiple televisions and flexible seating configurations to accommodate varying groups and more than 100 guests. The newly designed space also features a window overlooking the dining room, bringing in the energy of the buzzing restaurant. It can be separated into three areas that may be open or closed to offer additional privacy.

The menu at the newly reimagined Gordon Ramsay Steak features several new items and presentations as well as a dedicated vegetarian and vegan menu. Three new appetizers make their debut including fluke crudo with grilled hearts of palm, watermelon radish and orange segments; lobster crudo; and duck scotch egg. New entrees include a Rack of Lamb, Roasted Chicken Breast and Beef Short Rib. New sides including vegan broccolini with roasted grapes; tofu bacon and purple cauliflower; and a curried whole grain trio also join the offerings as well as roasted Brussel sprouts; a potato flight of three loaded potatoes served with one of each style – caviar, Oscar and fried egg and duck bacon. The menu also boasts new desserts including duo of pot de créme, mango delice and a seasonal soufflé as well as a new spotted dick dessert cocktail.

The first of his five restaurants with Caesars Entertainment on the Las Vegas Strip, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas, remains a must-visit dining destination. The prolific chef has also welcomed Gordon Ramsay Steak in Baltimore, Atlantic City, and most recently, Harrah’s North Kansas City. Gordon Ramsay Steak is open daily with bar/lounge seating from 4:00 to 11:30 p.m. with dining room seating from 4:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Gordon Ramsay Is Trying To Kill Me

I think the saying goes “Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.” Well Gordon Ramsay fooled me twice and I was in pain and afraid to eat all day Friday because of it. In fact, I couldn’t even finish writing this blog because of the pain.

The story begins last summer when I had a very tasty but fatty New York strip at Gordon Ramsay Steak (GRS) at Paris Las Vegas (see full review at Vegas Chatter). After drinking and gambling for a few hours I ran to the bathroom in pain. I gave GRS the benefit of the doubt on that it didn’t make me sick because I was drinking all night too.

Thursday night I went to the new Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill at Caesars Palace. My friend said I looked timid when ordering and I was. I kept things simple. I ordered mini burgers, chips and a Magic Hat #9. This isn’t anything that should make anyone sick and a combination I’ve had countless times without repercussion. As soon as dinner was over I thought I felt something bad inside but I made it home fine. Unfortunately I wasn’t fine. I woke up Thursday morning at 4am with pain in my stomach that felt like an alien was trying to escape.

I think Gordon Ramsay is trying to kill me. 

I felt so awful and angry on Friday that I didn’t think it was in anyone’s best interest for me to finish writing a blog bashing and bitching about the two times Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants in Las Vegas made me sick. Truth is that they did make me sick and I’m cranky about it.

So, why do I think Gordon Ramsay is trying to kill me? First of all I’ve never read reviews that had people in similar pain eating at multiple Gordon Ramsay restaurants. Second, and more important, the people I dined with made it through their meals relatively unharmed. Third, this feeling hasn’t happened at any other restaurant anywhere in Vegas besides Jack In The Box.

It’s bad enough both places made me sick but both are fairly pricey. Thursday night we had 2 appetizers, 1 side order and 2 drinks for a bill that was $70 after tip. Those are typical Vegas strip prices today for a nice restaurant. My NY Strip at Gordon Ramsay Steak was $65 and dinner was close to $150 per person. This puts the Gordon Ramsay restaurant prices on the higher end of dining in Las Vegas.

I don’t expect to get sick after eating any meal let alone a meal priced at the high end of dining. 

Obviously I will recommend you never eat at a Gordon Ramsay restaurant unless you like to spend your days close to a toilet bowl.

My conquest for the best burger in Vegas will not include Gordon Ramsay’s Burger joint at Planet Hollywood. Seriously, FTG!

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