sticky toffee pudding with brown butter ice cream on a white plate in a dimly lit restaurant with red lighting

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How to have a sensational time at Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas

Don’t worry. Gordon Ramsay will not berate you during your dinner at Gordon Ramsey Steak Las Vegas. In fact, he probably won’t be there at all.

This Michellin starred chef turned restaurant mogul isn’t just chopping up delicious meals in the kitchen… Gordon Ramsay is now an empire. With 56 restaurants globally, 28 of which are in the USA. If you find yourself in sin city, you’ll find a namesake restaurant right on the strip – Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas.

the "Chunnel" entrance to Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas restaurant in the Paris hotel
The “Chunnel” entrance bridging “Paris” hotel to “London” the restaurant

Do you Need Reservations?

I would definitely make reservations. Typically, this restaurant books up. If you’ll only be in town for a limited amount of time or you have your heart set on visiting I’d definitely make reservations.

I dined at Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas during the holiday season in December and they were booked out for weeks. There happened to be a cancellation for the night I’d be staying at the Paris hotel, so I grabbed it. The caveat? It was one of their very last seatings of the night at 9:45pm.

Lit up sign that says Gordon Ramsay Steak at the entrance of Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas
Entrance sign of Gordon Ramsay Steaks Las Vegas

Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas Tasting Menu

Now, I don’t know what your tastes and preferences are. But, IF you’re going to visit Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas, you should seriously consider ordering the tasting menu.

Besides being the perfect amount of food, it’s a true foodie culinary experience. Additionally, you get to taste several of Gordon Ramsay’s signature dishes.


fluffy Parker rolls and house made butter from Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas
Complimentary Parker Rolls and House made Butter
Quail egg from Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas
Quail Egg

First you’ll start off with beautiful Parker rolls with house made butter. As a self – proclaimed bread and butter connoisseur, the Parker rolls at Gordon Ramsay Steak Las Vegas are great – but the ones at the Mayfair Supperclub are infinitely better.

Dark ornate plate with Hamachi, sauce and vegetables neatly plated on it
Hamachi Crudo
A dark wide rimmed bowl holding scallops, corn risotto, sauce and garnish in a dimly lit room
Diver scallops & summer corn risotto

The diver scallop with corn risotto was definitely a highlight!

Of course, the main course is the star of the show. Gordon Ramsay’s beloved beef Wellington. He’s actually been quoted saying that Beef Wellington would be on his “last supper menu.”

Honestly, it was fantastic. His love for this dish is quite understandable. His rendition is topped with butter lobster and is just… divine.

a white plate with round sticky toffee pudding and brown butter ice cream in the shape of a stick of butter on it in a dimly lit room with red light
Sticky toffee pudding with brown butter ice cream

Last, but most certainly not least, is the dessert course. As someone with a sweet tooth, I always look forward to the dessert courses. The tasting menu comes with sticky toffee pudding and a brown butter ice cream. The brown butter ice cream (drool) is magnificent!


In my day to day life, I’m not much of a drinker at all. Buuuut… when I’m out in the wild enjoying a decadent, sophisticated Michelin starred dinner, a wine pairing is my guilty pleasure. I love how thoughtfully the spirits are paired with each dish to enhance the flavors, textures and overall gastronomic experience.

Here are the wines served:

Champagne Veuve Cliquot Brut

Albariño Martin Codax Rias Baixas Spain

Chardonnay Hartford Court Russian River Valley

Caymus Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

Kracher Beerenauslese Cuvee Burgenland Austria

What Kind of Price Tag to Expect

I dined at Gordon Ramsay Steaks Las Vegas in December of 2021. I’m happy to report that their prices for the tasting menu and wine pairing have not gone up since then (miraculous, isn’t it?).

Limited Edition Tasting Menu: $165 per person

Wine Pairing: $85 per person

While the entire party does have to get the tasting menu, it’s okay if not everyone at your table wants to get the wine pairings.

These prices are very pretty reasonable as far as fine dining tasting menus and wine pairings go. But it adds up fast. Also, so you can budget accordingly, know that tax and tip can spike your bill up quite a bit.

For example: (2) Tasting Menus, (1) Wine Pairing and a 20% tip already added up to $498 plus tax. In other words, its not a budget friendly restaurant but few fine dining restaurants are. As far as coursed dinners go, this bill isn’t too bad.

Tip: Gratuities are not included on your bill as a mandatory charge as some restaurants do. Thus, you can select an appropriate tip based on the experience you received. 15 -20% is customary if you are happy with your food and service.

How does Gordon Ramsay Steaks Las Vegas Measure up?

Was it the best meal I’ve ever had? No.

But that would be a tall order to fill considering I’ve been to some absolutely incredible restaurants all over the world. Was it a great meal? Yes. Was it cheap? No. But, was the value there for the cost? Absolutely! As far as fine dining restaurants go, the quality, quantity and value for the price was fair. Would I go back again? Definitely.

All things considered, if you decide to pay Gordon Ramsay Steaks Las Vegas a visit while you’re in town, I hope you enjoy!

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