Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas review: welcome to Sticky Toffee Pudding heaven

Inside Helll's Kitchen Las Vegas

There’s no need to gamble when you eat out in Las Vegas. Top class dining is de rigueur. All to easy then, to overlook Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen, which has an imposing presence on the strip, just a dice roll from Caesar’s Palace.

I’m no great fan of Ramsey’s Vegas diners, having been uniformly disappointed by those I’ve investigated (and there’s plenty on the Strip), but Hells Kitchen is a definite step-up in class.

The open plan layout is thoroughly modernistic; a larger than life video of the chef welcomes you in. Floor to ceiling windows give a great view of the Strip.

The restaurant seats more than 300, but doesn’t feel cavernous. Some might think the venue a little noisy, but I liked the atmosphere. It bristled with energy.

There are two two chef’s tables; there’s also a private dining room. and a contemporary bar serving the latest trends in mixology. Separate Red and Blue kitchens seemingly compete to excel.

The lunchtime menu is full of familiar fare, given an upmarket twist. The menu is ostensibly inspired by his hit TV show.

But this is what you really need to know: Hell Kitchen serves the best Sticky Toffee Pudding. It looks huge on the plate, but is impossibly light. Fans of the British favourite are not going to be disappointed.

I preceded this with a Grilled Cheese sandwich (picture above), which was crunchy and unctuous. Wagyu meatballs, served in slow roasted tomato sauce, with polenta croutons and parmesan cheese are another treat.

Free soda refills had my glass whisked off the table with almost undue haste, to be immediately swapped with an ice cold replacement.

There’s an express three course lunch. Vegetarian, Vegan, and Gluten Free options are available.

Our verdict? Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen proves to be a delicious surprise. I’ll definitely be back to try the dinner menu.

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About Steve May

Creator of Home Cinema Choice magazine, and editor of The Luxe Review, Steve muses and reviews for Trusted Reviews, T3, Yahoo UK, Home Cinema Choice, Games Radar, Ideal Home, Louder Sounds, Channel News and Boat International. He’s also the editor of professional home cinema website Inside CI. He's on Twitter and Instagram as @SteveMay_UK

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