Gordon Ramsay Steak - Paris Las Vegas
The contemporary steakhouse boasts a total of 274 seats including a large bar area and private dining room in addition to the main room. Guests are encouraged to relax in the spacious lounge or enjoy a cozy booth in this ultimate modern steakhouse.
Food was great. And Serving is more great than food
Very pricey small portion deserts
We try a new high-end steakhouse every time we come to town, about 6 different ones so far. This is one we won't be back to. We arrived at 5pm and our waiter said no problem getting us out by 7pm so we could make our next commitment. Appetizers arrived relatively quickly. However, our main course arrived at 7:10, over 90 minutes after we placed the order. Nothing like rushing a $100pp meal. Some of our dishes were cold. Our guest raises cattle and knows his steak. He claimed it was one of the worst steaks he has had in his life, definitely not prime cut as advertised. Maybe we caught them on a bad night? Not going to risk finding out next time with so many good options nearby.
The only issue we really had was the noise level of the people next to us. We couldn't verbally communicate because they were yelling the whole time. Not arguing, just their volume was turned all the way to 10! We ended up having to text each other to communicate!
It was our second time to dine here. We came for my friends birthday. Their meat selection was lots to choose from. We had seafood platter , wagyu and rime porterhouse. Seafood were decent and meats were very good.
Amazing experience. The staff was fantastic and the food absolutely unforgettable
Reservation was at 9:15. Waited at the bar and wasn’t seated until 10. First they wanted us to close the tab to be able to sit at table. After multiple attempts to close the tab, waitresses would not help us. Finally seated us and was told we could move our tab over. Meal was not served until 10:40.
Steak tough and way too much grizzle Don’t mind paying for a goid steak.
Meat quality was good, seasoning left a lot to be desired. Service was very spotty from the time we showed all through dinner. Better options out there.
The presentation was fantastic but the food wasn’t up to pair with the presentation level. I am a southern girl and I couldn’t eat the greens because they were so gritty. The chef didn’t take the time to totally wash the greens. That was a big disappointment for me. I had sea bass before and this wasn’t good sea bass. Sorry I wished it would have been better. I had the privilege of being one of the guest at Gordon Ramsey’s Hell’s Kitchen when it opened. He came to our table and we took pictures. He’s an amazing chef. Wish things had been better at the steak house
We were on of the first tables seated for dinner. We recieved our appetizer fairly quickly but then twice our waiter came by to let us know our meal was coming. ( it was over an hour and a half since we had ordered )After seeing tables that were seated much later than us finish their meals and new diners seated. We asked for our check. Then and only then did management choose to address the issue. We wont be going back.
We were treated very rudely. We are in Las Vegas and just having a good time and apparently the lady that sat us told our waiter not to serve us drinks until we had eaten. We sat there 20 minutes and never got waited on so we got up and left. We were not drunk but apparently the host thought we were.
Will not ever go there again.
The crust of beef Wellington had lost its crispness
The 600 dollar dinner did not give you any sort of ambience above a pimped up steak house
Food was fantastic from start to finish. The mac and cheese sticky toffee pudding were incredible.
Waited over an hour to get our food, restaurant was not busy, waiter rarely came and checked in, took forever to get our bills and food was not great for the price. Will not return
The Music was way too loud. The wait staff was trying to up sell every item. Be sure to tell them the size you want, they won’t ask and will always give you the biggest size.
It’s remodeled and the designer should go back to designing for Cheesecake Factory.
During our experience they tried to seat two couples near us and because the tables are so close together they both asked to be moved. A very bad design.
Probably the best meal we’ve ever had!
Awesome but pricey
Best lemon drop martini and the food was awesome. We thought our bill would be a little higher then it was but pleasantly surprised.
Wanted to try the Beef Wellington. Ordered the large and split with my date. All in with four by the glass wines was $270. That's VERY expensive for what was served.
I would do it again the first time, but won't likely again.
Went here for my 30th birthday. It was the most incredible steak and sorbet!
I love Gordon Ramsey and I really wanted to like this restaurant.
This isn't the place to go for two for an intimate dinner as the tables for two are so close together people on both sides can hear everything you say.
They didn't have the cocktail requested from the cocktail menu handed to me when I sat down. The steak portions are large and I mean way over the top.
I'm not sure what I expected but the appetizer and dessert were the best parts of the meal. We had the tartare and the cheesecake. The main part of the meal tasted average at best but a lot of food waste. I ordered truffle fries with my steak. The fries were the size of an appetizer for six. Sometimes more isn't better, it's just more. It applies to the steaks and sides here.
Appetizer, dinner, dessert and one drink each for two came to $297 with an 18% tip. Vegas is atrociously expensive so it got racked up to just another ridiculous meal that didn't wow me for the price.
It was melt in your mouth delicious! I have been wanting to go for years and finally went. I am not disappointed. Super pricey and glad I went but it's not a place I would go every week. I was so excited to try the Mushroom and Scallop Risotto and the Beef Wellington. YUMMMM!!! Thanks to the staff for a great experience.
The best steak I have ever had. So many cuts of beef to choose from.
Our server we had that night was one of the best ever. He would make our trip worth it when we come back again
My fourth trip here, and it never disappoints. Always fantastic! Wellington was awesome, as were the cocktails and sides. Highly recommended!
This was our second visit to Gordon Ramsey Steak within the last three months and it was simply outstanding both times. I had the American Wagyu Rib Cap (both times) and it remains one of the best steaks I have had (equally as delicious as the A5 Miyazaki Wagyu I had in Hollywood, California). I had two scallops to accompany my steak and it was superbly seasoned...again, some of the best scallops I’ve had. My wife had the signature Beef Wellington, and it was wonderful (both times). We’ll be back to try other menu options, though I can’t promise I won’t order the rib cap again. I would highly recommend you go to this restaurant; you won’t be disappointed.
Everything was amazing!! I highly recommend eating at Gordon Ramsay Steak. Service, atmosphere and food were all 5 star. The onion soup and A5 wagyu steak with the wasabi were my favorites. Amazing!!
This Gordon Ramsey steakhouse was inside the Paris in Las Vegas. The atmosphere was nice and the food was good but not outstanding.
We shared an appetizer of risotto and seared scallops and it was outstanding.
I had the beef wellington and a side of the mushrooms. The beef was good but not super-good. The menu said the beef came with mashed potatoes and carrots.... boy, was there ever just a smear of potatoes and a half a carrot. The mushrooms were just ok. They had a overpowering ginger flavor. One, maybe two, was all I could muster (I was intending them as a side). Who would have thought a mushroom could have overpowered the entire meal.
My husband had the wagyu beef and said it was delicious.
I didn’t even want desert.
Overall, the experience was good, not fantastic.... I did see Rod Stewart so, that was something.
I would recommend going to the restaurant at the top of the Eiffel Tower if you want a good experience at the Paris —— the price is about the same and the food is much, much better.
I was soooo excited to try Ramsay’s Wellington but it tasted as if it was sitting in the window for 10 mins. Just a cold center and even the potato purée had a chill to it. I’m sure if Ramsay was running the window, he wouldn’t have let that go out.
I started with the scallop appetizer and once we got the bill, I was not only charged $54 but an additional $40 for truffles (I don’t even particularly like truffles). I’m not a cheap person by any means but perhaps it should be something the server should suggest as an add on or advise of the increase.
The service. I was excited to start because he (Oliver I believe) was there right away explaining the plated dinner menu and showcasing the steaks, asked if we wanted a wine list, I said yes and then he was gone. He continued to parade around his other tables and forgot us. The server assistant came by around 20 mins later to ask if we were waiting on wine, I said I was still waiting on the list. He brought a server from another section to bring me a menu. Then our server finally came by and pretended like he didn’t just disappear for 30 mins.
It took me and my bf 40 mins (not exaggerating) to get one drink. Ordered. Not where the bartender was busy, no, just for our server to even come take our order.
The only good thing about my experience - my company, the atmosphere of the restaurant, the wine (when I got it) and that delicious sticky toffee pudding.
Overall. A total let down. I was overly excited for this experience as I love Gordon Ramsay, his recipes and watching him cook but this place. I don’t think he would’ve been impressed at all by my experience.
Although I enjoy the restaurant, my Amaerican Waygu steak was just warm... :(
Amazing bone marrow paired with A5 grade wagyu steak!!!
Birthday dinner, well worth it! Was absolutely delicious.
If you love beef Wellington, it’s a must-go place in Las Vegas.
risotto was too thick and tasted strongly of artificial beef boullion, beef wellington was cooked well, but tasted strongly of mustard, and the potato puree and roasted vegetables were basically non-existent and what little there was, was stone cold. strawberry martini tasted like grapefruit and had freeze dried strawberries, yuck, and was very small for the price.
Expected a fine dining experience. Instead it felt like I was eating in a loud music club. Beef Wellington was fantastic. Salmon was sub-par. Potato purée just bland. Lobster appetizer was average. Service was good and attentive.
Lets start by saying that this was the most expensive meal for two people I have ever paid for. The restaurant was very nice, we booked this a month in advance. The creaser salad was great, but the 24 once bone in ribeye was certainly not. It was tough, full of gristle and not very favorable. It was cooked to order, medium. We also had lobster tail. I believe that it was under cooked, that might just be me but still under cooked. I can't help but think that this restaurant is a prime example of "Branding"
Beef Wellington was so amazing.
I am British and was looking forward to visiting and eating some great food. We were there early, and I have to compliment the staff, they were very attentive. The food on the other hand was poor. After a small appetizer, we decided to try the more expensive Wagyu cut and the beef Wellington. The Wagyu was undercooked, and looked like a six ounce steak, the beef Wellington was a little better, the pastry was good, and the steak was buttery, but it lacked any flavor. My date, who loves steak, said that my home cooking was better. I tend to get prime steaks and grill them medium-rare. The fries we had on the side were great, but I was surprised they did not have sweet potato fries as an option. The carrots were also bland, and our overall experience was average. Given the price, I can only conclude the value for money is poor too!
Gordon, I might suggest an undercover visit 😉