Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Peachiekeehn, Sep 30, 2016.
The sign is up and they're opening this weekend at the Linq promenade.
These fish and chips...are absolutely disGOSTing!
is what he would probably say ( if he was blindfolded)
On a serious note, nice!!
I had the fish and chips at his pub in Vegas. They were horrible. And his sticky toffee pudding wasn't good, either.
Now, see, my son and I had the fish and chips and sticky toffee pudding at GR Pub last month and loved them both. Different strokes...
My wife and I split some Fish/Chips at Caesars a year or so ago. Love 'em.
Again, to each their own.
The week before I went to Ramseys, I was in Northern Yorkshire eating fish and chips and sticky toffee pudding. The food in the UK was a LOT better than what I had in Vegas.
Grodon Ramsay eateries are generally overpriced and underwhelming for that price imo.
Yes, but do they come with mushy peas?
That may sound like a joke to Americans, but that's my favorite traditional accompaniment, none of this coleslaw business that you often get when you order it in the States.
Now if he does pea wet and barms I'm there!
Yes, mushy peas on the side.
I wasn't too keen on the mushy peas in England.
Gordon Ramsay's sticky toffee pudding is the best thing since sliced bread!
Go to England. You'll find his is a cheap imitation.
@Peachiekeehn - I'm in! That's the same opinion many, many other posters have said here - so it's definitely on my must try list next time! Sticky+Toffee+Pudding - Ummm mmmmm
Thanks for sharing the GR update on fish n chips opening - hope to get out there in December.
The question is will you be able to get a chip barm at this place.
Definitely going to try this next weekend
Last trip I had some GREAT fish n chips at TAP @ MGM. A little pricey but very good.
You are clinically insane.
Kidding aside though, I've only had it at the steakhouse, never the pub. Can't imagine it would be much different?
Had the STP at Burgr, it was good, but not amazing
Chip barm, pea wet, gravy, done!
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