Photos were just released giving a sneak peek inside the upcoming Gordon Ramsay Steak at the Paris Las Vegas. In a town full of the world's most renowned chefs, this is the first for Chef Ramsay who is well-known for his restaurants around the globe, in addition to his wrath with wannabe aspiring chefs on the hit show Hell's Kitchen. According to our friends at Caesar's Entertainment, Gordon Ramsay Steak will be a "fresh, high-energy dining environment that playfully transports guests from Paris to London . Set within the Paris Las Vegas resort, which is whimsically modeled after the "City of Lights ," the restaurant design will celebrate Chef Ramsay and the city of London , where he lives. This innovative concept will reflect edgy, exciting and bold designs and will bridge the resort’s Parisian theme with Ramsay’s British heritage."The restaurant is slated to open in mid-May of this year. Get ready, Las Vegas.
Gordon Ramsay Steak Dining Room with Union Jack above
Artist Andrey Berezowdky of SWON Design (left) assembling the neon light sculpture
Painters high above the dining room at Gordon Ramsay Steak working on the ceiling
Photo credit Denise Truscello/Wire Image & Erik Kabik/Retna Digital
HELL'S KITCHEN Season 3 Episode 7
Here's something funny for for you all on this Labor Day weekend. A friend of mine spotted this on YouTube the other day so I thought I would share it. It is from Season 3 of the popular FOX show Hell's Kitchen. In this clip from season 3, I am a guest diner at "Hell's Kitchen" and obviously not too thrilled with my experience. For a great 9 minute Hells Kitchen escape, I recommend you watch it merely for the entertainment value. After editing, I just have a one liner towards the 6 minute range where I kindly say " I am still waiting for my entree". I say kindly because it was like an hour since my dining companion was served his, and on top of getting my entree over an hour later, I never even got my desert! And let me tell you, my entree was not worth the wait. The turbot was disgusting! Only until I watched the show on TV, did I find out it was their left over creation episode which only partially explains why I was served tasteless rubber passed on as fish.
For those unfamiliar with Hell's Kitchen, it is a drama filled cooking reality show with famed Michelin Star chef Gordon Ramsay at the helm. Gordon Ramsay is a renowned U.K. chef that has acclaimed restaurants all over the world including Gordon Ramsay at the Conrad Tokyo, The London Bar in New York, Verre in Dubai, Gordon Ramsay at the Powerscourt at the Ritz Carlton Powerscourt, Ireland, and the recently opened Gordon Ramsay at the London in West Hollywood.
Not only is the food at Chef Ramsay's restaurants superb, but the decor is very chic and modern as well. And I am smart enough to know that Hell's Kitchen is a "reality" show. When I say reality, that means not so reality which means the food and experience at Gordon Ramsay's "Hell's Kitchen" has no comparison to his actual REAL established restaurants which he has become quite known and respected for. People go to Gordon Ramsay's Restaurants for the highly rated food and ambiance while people go to Fox's Hell's Kitchen for the intensity and the drama. So for some name calling drama, tune in to Ramsay's Hell's Kitchen. For some boldly spoken flavored meals, go to one of Ramsay's Restaurants in the U.S. or abroad.
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