Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay will be opening his first Las Vegas restaurant this year with a menu that’s supposed to bridge Parisian culture and Ramsay’s British roots with steakhouse fare and fish and chips.
Gordon Ramsay Steak will open this spring at the Paris Las Vegas casino and seat 274 diners in a modern steakhouse atmosphere styled after the City of Light.
Before becoming a Michelin-starred chef, Ramsay trained in Paris under the likes of Guy Savoy and Joel Robuchon.
Menu selections will feature steakhouse fare, specializing in aged beef, but also reflect Ramsay’s British heritage with fish and chips and Shepherd’s Pie offerings.
The Las Vegas restaurant opening comes as Ramsay closes two others in Australia. Last year, Gordon Ramsay Holdings announced it’d be closing Maze and Maze Grill in Melbourne after concluding that the restaurants were not “sustainable.”
It also closed two Maze locations in Prague and Cape Town over the last few years, but locations in New York, London and Qatar continue to operate.
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