At Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen restaurant is getting hotter and hotter. The restaurant’s design was inspired by the wildly popular reality television program featuring Gordon Ramsay, a chef of international repute. It has a private dining room, floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto the famed Las Vegas Strip, red and blue design elements in the show kitchen, and a modern bar that serves the newest trends in mixology. Modern lunch and supper menus, including dishes from Hell’s Kitchen, are prepared in the Red and Blue kitchens using only the best ingredients.
If you visit Hell’s Kitchen, you should have Beef Wellington, Gordon Ramsay’s most well-known signature dish. With a layer of mushroom duxelles in the middle, tender, melt-in-your-mouth beef is cooked medium rare and enveloped in flaky, golden-brown puff pastry. The dish is served with red wine demi-glace, caramelized root vegetables, and potato puree. Sticky Toffee Pudding is another dish that Gordon Ramsay is known for. Along with Speculoos ice cream, the fluffy, sweet cake is served with a warm, creamy toffee sauce.
Hell’s Kitchen offers excellent beer and wine, but you might also want to sample one of their mocktails, like the Banshee Whisper, made with rhubarb puree, el Corazon mix, simple syrup, and Fever Tree ginger beer. They also serve non-alcoholic beer, which is the Heineken 0.0.
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