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GR Fish and Chips at the Linq promenade

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by Canuckgem, Aug 19, 2017.

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  1. Canuckgem

    Canuckgem Tourist

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    I'll be in Vegas next week and was thinking about trying the fish and chips. I've watched a couple of youtube videos that show the outside of this place but wasn't able to see the entry door well enough to determine if it would be easily accessible with a mobility scooter. Can anyone tell me if they have the automatic door thingy's so I can get my scooter in, or is there a secure area to leave my scooter while I go in and place my order? Thanks so much for your help.
     
  2. SoulSonic

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    I don't know if they have an automatic door.
    All the times I've walked by there has been a long line. So there should be people around to hold the doors for you.
     
  3. jon_vegas

    jon_vegas High-Roller

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    I don't believe they have the automatic door but maybe a ramp on the right side (not sure). The place is pretty small but if you can get your scooter in the doors then you should have space inside. Again depending on the size of your scooter, might not have space to maneuver after placing your order and perhaps have to go in reverse. Made a quick sketch from memory - definitely not to scale but hopefully could give you an idea of the inside.
     

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    bcc Low-Roller

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    Every time we walk by GR Fish & Chips it is so mobbed and crowded that we just keep walking. There are plenty of other Fish & Chips places around, including other G Ramsey restaurants and also Joe's, a nice sit down place in the Forum shops, with more fish for about the same price as GR.

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  5. cphllps

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    We had the fish & chips about 10 days ago and I found it to be quite flavorless. I won't be back as I can get much better fish and chips here at home.
     
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    I thought it was delicious! We had such a nice time sitting outside eating and people watching there.
     
  7. Jackpot Johnny

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    I go across the street from Wynn to the unlikely destination of the Grand Lux Cafe in Palazzo for some of the best fish and chips I've ever had, in the U.S. or the U.K. Go figure. Trust me on this-every part of the meal is perfect, right down to the malt vinegar if you want it. Yum. Three weeks to go................sigh.....
     
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    I had a great meal at Gordon Ramsey's Fish & Chips. I would definitely go back.
     
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  9. Jackpot Johnny

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    I agree-pretty decent also.
     
  10. todd7764

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    It's a great place for a light quick meal. I really enjoyed the fish and chips and I am not a big fish eater.
     
  11. THE FLYING V

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    We always have at least one lunch there when we're in Vegas. Love the artisan ketchup, and the lightly breaded fish. However, it is always packed with a line up, and the narrow aisle would not be conducive to a scooter. If you have someone who can go in and order for you, there are accessible tables outside, and if they're full, we just hit the steps across the way going into the Linq.
     
  12. SpinyNorma

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    I tried it when I was there last year. I was kind of disappointed. It wasn't bad but it wasn't all that good either, although it might be largely that my expectations were set high on this since I really love his burger place in Planet Hollywood. It was pretty crowded every time I went by it, sometimes very crowded, but the time I ate there the line moved pretty well. The aisle was pretty narrow as I recall. You might be able to get a scooter in there but I'd think you'd have trouble maneuvering.
     
  13. bjpcyclone

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    I've had a much different experience there. For $14.99 you get a ton of food (3 pieces of fish and a ton of fries + drink and two dipping sauces). Not the best fish and chips I've ever had but I think its a great value and above average food.
     
  14. M_ILIS

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    Can anyone compare the flavor and quality to Ellis Island's fish and chips?
     
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