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Gordon Ramsay Steak

cuisine

Steakhouse

chef

Gordon Ramsay

avg entree price

$100

price level

$$$

contact

(877) 346-4642

hours

Dining Room Daily 4:30pm-10:30pm
Bar/Lounge Sun-Thu 4:30pm-10:30pm
Bar/Lounge Fri & Sat 4:30pm-12am


For groups of 12 or more, please call 866-733-5827

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Menu

Fiery, internationally renowned chef Gordon Ramsay opened Gordon Ramsay Steak with a bang in 2010, showcasing his famous hit dishes in an exceptional fine dining atmosphere. Enjoy the chic, swinging London ambiance between bites of caviar, Fried Blue Point oysters and Hudson Valley foie gras. Wash it down with a hand crafted cocktail mixed to perfection, such as The Antioxidant.

Featuring a towering ceiling splashed with the Union Jack Flag, the contemporary steakhouse includes a bar, lounge and two-story dining area. A chef’s table and private dining rooms are available for discerning jet-setters.

Ramsay’s cuts of prime beef are aged to perfection under a program directed by Chef Ramsay and his culinary team. Everything from steaks to Wagyu to chops are tender slices of heaven, especially when accompanied with Alaskan king crab legs and Béarnaise sauce. Dig into his iconic Beef Wellington, or opt for Loup De Mer, Shepard’s Pie and a plethora of French-influenced sides and desserts. At this posh Las Vegas steakhouse, no detail is left untouched. Even the bread basket is to die for.

What to Eat at This Las Vegas Steakhouse:

  • Beef short rib
  • American Kobe beef sliders
  • Fish and truffle chips
  • Mac and cheese

Expert Tips

  • Table iPads showcase wine and cocktail menus
  • Innovative steak cart presentation for every table
  • Seasonal dishes and tasting menus highlight limited time flavors
  • Sleek and stylish design with a high-energy vibe
  • Ramsay’s legendary Sticky Toffee Pudding

WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT

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Chef's Corner

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Gordon Ramsay, known not only for his refined cuisine, but also his TV personality on several hit programs including Hell's Kitchen, MasterChef and Kitchen Nightmares, has generated world-wide attention and entertained viewers on six continents.

Accolades

"Named as one of the 25 Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings in the U.S. for 2012 by Eater.com National, March 29"
"Named Best New Restaurant in Vegas Seven’s 2012 Best Restaurant’s List,
October 11"
"Beef Wellington at Gordon Ramsay Steak named Signature Dish of the Year and Pastry Chef Steve Yi was named Pastry Chef of the Year in the 16th annual Desert Companion Restaurant Awards, December 2012"
"Named the Best Steakhouse by Las Vegas Review Journal: Best of Las Vegas Reader's Poll 2013"
"Names as one of the Top 10 Steakhouses in the U.S. by 2013 Annual Gayot Restaurant Issue. April 2013"

Reviews

"Ramsay’s signature fish ‘n’ chips (made with sea bass) is on the menu, but the stars are the 28-day dry-aged steaks, which are displayed via a trolley that is brought to your table. We like the tender Kobe-style rib cap. More than 300 bottles of wine sourced from five continents are joined with 30 beers, including Innis & Gunn Rum Cask Oak Aged Beer, Ramsay’s favorite from his Scottish homeland." -Gayot
"Gordon Ramsay excels at steak, service and making customers feel like they are having the time of their life…I predict success." -Forbes.com
"We sampled Ramsay’s spot-on beef Wellington and irresistible sticky toffee pudding…[the restaurant] should add a lot of joie de vivre to an often over-looked hotel on the heart of the Vegas Strip. And the cocktail menu, with selections available via iPad, is playful and solid." -New York Post
"Gordon Ramsay Steak finally touches down and stands up to the hype." -Vegas Seven
"Ramsay’s star continues to shine brighter than just about any celebrity chef, and will no doubt sustain the crowds for some time to come, but it will be the steaks and sides that keep them coming back." -John Curtas, Las Vegas food critic