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Gordon Ramsey Steak

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by TylerH50, May 3, 2012.

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  1. TylerH50

    TylerH50 Low-Roller

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    I apologize if this is a duplicate post.

    According to the Paris website, Gordon Ramsey Steak is set to open on May 11th. However, when I went to the Gordon Ramsey site, there is no mention of the restaurant yet.
     
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    Yeah, I noticed that, too. I would keep an eye on the Pulse of Vegas blog for updates. They should be posting food porn at a minimum soon.
     
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    I ate there May 2nd. I took photos and I intend to post a full report, but I haven't found the time. We had two glasses of wine and started with the sliders which were weak and the yellowtail tuna which was fantastic, the halibut - meh, the NY strip very good, crab add on - blech, the pureed potatoes were delicious, the tea trifle - bad, french press coffee was very good. Our meal was comped since they were seeking feedback prior to opening, but our tab was $300. In no way was our experience a $300 meal. None.

    Overall, food was pricey and hit or miss. At that price point it had better be stellar. All of it.
     
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    I couldn't even find a phone number for this place a few days ago. After reading a few columns from food critics and finally seeing the prices on the menu, I think I will pass. I am a big fan of Gordon Ramsey but table for 4 would break my bank:(
     
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    yeah. the reviews and comments are disappointing. Makes me miss Les Artistes a little more.

    The wife is a big Gordon Ramsey fan, and we'll most likely try it while we are there in Sept. because of that.
     
  9. ballhog

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    Yeah, I've been waiting to try it since I heard it was opening months ago. I have a reservation for next Friday. I called paris and they transferred me to reservations.
     
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    A friend of mine tried it on the soft opening. They were pleased with what they chose, but not blown away with it. I think their bill was about $200 before tax and tip.
     
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    Anyone have a link for the menu?
    And FYI the average per person bill is 85 :eek:
     
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    Here's some foodie shots
    Bread basket
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    French Onion soup
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    The meat cart
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    Beef Wellington [​IMG]
    Mushroom Tart
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    Filet
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    And my free desert, oops I may have complained because I didn't think food was that good
    [​IMG]

    Gordon's was ok, I guess I was expecting more.
     
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    Ramsay Steakhouse 5/16

    Was able to partake of the new Gordon Ramsay Steak last Wednesday, 5/16, just a few days after the grand opening. Despite many Paris (and other Caesars property) restaurants being on OpenTable, so far GR is not. The number posted on the Paris site is in fact their general number and they have to transfer you to a live human for anything related to the restaurant... perhaps only temporary as they work on a full integration?

    Anyway, once securing a 9:15pm reservation a few days beforehand we looked forward to checking it out upon our LAS arrival that afternoon. Walked over from the Cosmo around 8:45 and they were able to seat our party of 3 almost immediately, despite being made to feel like we'd be lucky to get the 9:15 reservation when I called!

    Had been following the construction photos so the decor was as expected. Having eaten in GR's more formal fine dining rooms, GR Steak is downright casual by comparison.

    Service team was excellent. Wife and I enjoyed the signature Wellington for 2 and our friend had what may be the best value on the entire menu - a $45 hangar/skirt steak. For sides we all three shared the mac'n'cheese, which was typical steakhouse mac, nothing to write home about. Three signature cocktails and two glasses of their best cab by the glass with tax and tip was right at $300, including the TR discount (the menu items have both the TR and non TR prices listed, interestingly).

    Other than the fact a really good Wellington is not often found, the place was good but certainly not jaw-droppingly so, as was my first times at CUT or Carnevino. Will the Ramsay brand keep it going for them? Time will tell.
     
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    Ramsey's reputation has gone downhill significantly the last few years in the UK. He got himself in a mess financially and some of his restaurants were found to be using pre-cooked meals, rather than cooking freshly.

    Maybe his new place in Las Vegas will be a success, but I wouldn't count on it. He certainly will not be spending much time there trying to get it off to a good start given his other commitments.
     
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    I read where only one or two of the winners of Ramsey's Hell's Kitchen competitions actually received the executive chef positions they were promised as winners. If others received anything, it was in much lower positions in restaurants other than the promised one.
     
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    Only reason I would go is for the Wellington
     
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    They had a superb cavatelli--2 versions, one with rabbit, one with "kobe" beef--when I was there, both awesome as starters.

    The place was about half full, which was surprising given the opening buzz. Music is very loud.

    Starter+main and a couple of glasses of wine will put you over $100pp before tax and tip. I liked it well enough to return, but I wouldn't necessarily go out of my way.
     
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