For foodies and fans of Chef Gordon Ramsay, a trip to Hell’s Kitchen at Caesar Palace in Las Vegas is a must. Opened in 2018, you can’t beat the hospitality, and the flavors, from appetizers to drinks-are, as you might expect, amazing!
So what does it cost to eat at Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas? Depending on seasonal specialties, lunch items at Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas start at around $14 while dinner entrees can be found starting at $36. They also offer dinner side dishes that run $12 each. If you really want to go all out you can order a dry-aged Porterhouse Steak for two for $125.
In this article, you’ll get a delightfully delectable peek at some of the current items on Hell’s Kitchen’s Menu, a look at what the restaurant is like inside, what people are saying, and other tidbits that help with travel planning. Let’s take a look!
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Table of Contents
- 1 Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas Menu Offerings
- 2 Dazzling Desserts:
- 3 Three-Course & Five-Course Meals with Optional add-on Wine
- 4 A Hell’s Kitchen TV Treat on Your Vacation
- 5 Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas Decor
- 6 Dress Code for Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas
- 7 Popularity of Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant
- 8 About the Chef Gordon Ramsay
- 9 Early Years
- 10 Family Focus
- 11 Taking the Show on the Road
- 12 Claim to Fame
- 13 Gordon Ramsay’s Charitable Work
- 14 What are Critics Saying about Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas?
- 15 The Devil’s in the Details
- 16 Other Fine Dining Options in Las Vegas
- 17 Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas, Nevada-Nearby Attractions
- 18 Final Thoughts
- 19 Related Articles (Eating in Las Vegas)
Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas Menu Offerings
So what’s on the menu? There are slight differences between lunch and dinner, so let’s look at each separately. Please note that the prices provided here are early 2020.
Hell’s Kitchen Lunch Menu
Not surprisingly, Lunch is as much of an adventure as Dinner here. Your Options include:
- A chilled seafood tower that includes king crab, gulf shrimp, lobster, mussels, and oysters for $99 (serves 2). If that’s a little out of your price range you can pare it down to Oysters in a sauce for $24 a half dozen.
- Tuna tartar in vinaigrette for $21.
- Pan-Seared Scallops with bacon and sumptuous shallots for $24.
- Hell’s Kitchen hot wings (with Hell Fire Sauce) for $17.
- Wagyu Meatballs that melt in your mouth with sauce for $22.
Other Lunch options include soups and sandwiches like:
- Caesar Salad with Parmesan cheese & garlic croutons $16
- Spring Onion Soup with Truffle potatoes $14
- Heirloom Tomato Burrata with balsamic & chicken $25
- Hell’s Kitchen Burger: Bacon, pepper jam, avocado
- Ghost pepper jack cheese & fries $23
- Short Rib Cheesecake: jalapenos, provolone & caramelized onion $19
And, for a walk on the wild side, you can try a Wild Mushroom Pizza made with truffle gouda, onions, and spinach ($20).
At first glance, what it costs to eat lunch at Hell’s Kitchen may seem a little steep to people from outside this region. These prices, however, are quite fair for Las Vegas and remember, you’re also paying for the “experience” and ambiance of Hell’s Kitchen.
Hell’s Kitchen Dinner Entrees:
Now let’s get down to some hardy, take-your-time main dishes:
- Chef Ramsey’s most famous dish. Beef Wellington. It comes with a red wine demi-glace, vegetables, and a potato puree – $59.
- Roasted rack of Lamb with romesco sauce, jus, and olive pepper relish – $60.
- Crispy Salmon with lentils and fennel salad – $36
From The Grill
- Grilled Filet Mignon and roasted tomato (8 oz.) – $49.
- Prime NY Strip (Dry-Aged) with glazed mushrooms and peppers (12 oz.) – $55
- Dry-aged (30 day) Porterhouse (serves 2) with bearnaise – $125.
- Gouda Macaroni and Cheese
- Potato Puree with Creme Fraiche
- Roasted Broccoli with Truffle Fondu
- Roasted Corn with jalapeno aioli
- Wild Mushrooms in Wine Glaze
If you are a cheese lover, definitely give the Mac & Cheese a whirl.
Some of the desserts you’ve seen on Hell’s Kitchen Competition appear in the restaurant at Caesar’s Palace too.
- Sticky Toffee Pudding -$12
- Peanutfudge cheesecake- $11
- Chocolate, salted caramel cake with apple and gelato-$12
The only time to eat diet food is while you’re waiting for the steak to cook.”Julia Child
Three-Course & Five-Course Meals with Optional add-on Wine
If your stomach wasn’t already growling from reading the menu options thus far, there is more. At Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas, you can have a meal with an optional wine pairing. The price for the Three-Course meal is $85 or $135 with wine. The Five-Course offering is $175 or $270 with wine.
Three-Course Option – First Remove:
- Pan-Seared Scallops with bacon and apples (with wine: Viognier, Chateau de Campuget, 1753, IGP Gard, 2017)
- Caesar Salad with croutons and lemon zest (wine: Chardonnay, Domaine Vocoret et Fils, Chablis, 2016
Three-Course Option – Main Remove:
- Beef Wellington with potato puree and vegetables (wine: Cabernet Sauvignon, Jordan, Alexander Valley, 2014
Three-Course Option -Dessert
- Sticky Toffee Pudding with Ice Cream (wine: Broadbent, Malmsey, 10 year, Madeira)
Five-Course Option – First Remove
- Oysters and caviar (wine: Veuve Clicquot Posardin, Reims, Brut, NV)
Five Course Option – Second Remove
- Golden beet salad with kumquats, granola, and white balsamic vinaigrette (wine: Pinot Noir, Flowers, Rosé, Sonoma Coast 2017).
Five-Course Option – Third Remove
- Lobster Risotto (butter-poached) with crispy onions (wine: Chardonnay, Rochioli, Russian River Valley 2016).
Five Course Option – Main Dish
- Beef Wellington (wine: cabernet sauvignon, orin swift, mercury head, napa valley 2015)
Five Course Option – Dessert
- Sticky Toffee Pudding with ice cream ((wine: Broadbent, Malmsey, 10 year, Madeira)
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Hell’s Kitchen Signature Cocktails
What would a destination restaurant be without a few signature cocktails? Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas does not disappoint. Their drinks are as interesting (and sometimes as spicy) as the venue itself.
The cocktail list includes these options, priced currently at $18:
- Fear & Loathing: Mezcal, luxardo, blood orange juice, lemon, and pineapple
- Meet Your Maker: Maker’s Mark Bourbon, with domaine de canton, strawberry, mint cinnamon, and apple
- Notes from Gordon: Plymouth Dry Gin, peach, lemon, lemon grass, and a special note from Chef himself.
- Yuki Onna: Absolut Citron, lemon bitters, rhubarb puree, and huana guanabana
- Scottish Kiss: American Oak Scotch, pimm’s #1, domaine de canton, and a touch of brown sugar.
- Smoke on the Boulevard: Woodford Rye, aperol, amaro averna, and smoked cherry-wood vermouth.
- Non-Alcoholic Mocktails – $9
- Perhaps an Agua Fresca (Watermellon, agave nectar, and lime juice) or a Hibiscus Sour (Hibiscus tea, lemon, and a bit of simple syrup) will finish off your meal nicely.
A Hell’s Kitchen TV Treat on Your Vacation
Chef Gordon Ramsay owns over 30 restaurants worldwide. Each one is unique, often tailored to its location. The Hell’s Kitchen restaurant in Las Vegas takes key scenery notes from the set from the popular Television show and combines it with the Chef’s tried-n-true signature dishes. Hungry yet?
There is no question you will find this a wholly unique and memorable experience.
Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas Decor
If you ever watched Hell’s Kitchen, certain things pop out at you right away. Those who have never seen an episode may want to watch one before they dine, so the decor makes more sense. You can make a game of pointing out things you recognize from the series.
The interior has red and blue highlights everywhere you look (the colors for the two teams that compete on the show). For example, upon peeking in the kitchen you’ll find the cooks wearing blue and red jackets and bandannas.
And of course, there are pitchforks everywhere, including on the napkins! It’s almost like being in a culinary theme park, but with a far more serious approach to food.
Dress Code for Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas
You may be wondering if there is a dress code for Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas? Officially the dress code is Business Casual. This basically means you don’t need to wear a suit or coat and tie but don’t walk in wearing shorts and flip flops.
Dress up a bit by maybe by wearing some khakis and collared shirt for men and a dress or slacks and a blouse for women. Nothing too fancy, basically just not shorts and a faded t-shirt.
Popularity of Hell’s Kitchen Restaurant
Since it’s opening in January 2018, Hell’s Kitchen has booked 25,000 tables (yep, you read that right). Now, when you consider the restaurant seats 300 guests, that’s a lot of bookings.
It’s for this reason that making reservations, well ahead of time, for a table at Hell’s Kitchen is highly recommended. You can make reservations online or by telephone (702)731-7373 as far in advance as you wish. However, you can take a chance on a “walk-in.” They will accept you if there are tables available but don’t count on it.
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About the Chef Gordon Ramsay
An extraordinary restaurant does not just spring up out of nowhere. To understand the vision for Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas, it helps to learn more about the man behind the apron. Chef Gordon’s history also ties into what it costs to dine at Hell’s Kitchen. His food fame definitely impacts the bottom line.
Gordon Ramsay was born in 1966, Scotland. While attracted to sports in his earlier years (specifically soccer), by the age of 40, Ramsay had turned to cooking and was taking British TV by storm with Kitchen Nightmares and Hell’s Kitchen. Of course, there’s a little more to the story than that (source).
Ramsey studied hotel management, earning his degree in 1987. From there he was able to study and apprentice under some of Europe’s top chefs in both England and France. Come 1993 he was the head chef in Aubergine (London) for three years, earning two Michelin stars. That accomplishment earned him the Newcomer of the Year award at the Catey Awards for the restaurant industry in 1995.
Chef Gordon Ramsay married in 1996. His wife, Cayetana (Tana) Hutcheson was a school teacher at that time. After getting married, they split their life between Los Angeles and London. They have five children Holly, Jack, Matilda, Megan, and Oscar.
Taking the Show on the Road
1998 saw the opening of Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in London. This restaurant did not disappoint, earning three Michelin stars. The Catey Awards continued keeping an eye on Ramsay, dubbing him Chef of the Year in 2000. Six years later his reputation had spanned the globe, moving into Africa, Australia, and of course, the United States.
Claim to Fame
Reality television in the United States proved fertile ground for his reality TV shows based on the British series. Master Chef began in 2010, followed by Master Chef Junior in 2013, the same year he was inducted to the Culinary Hall of Fame. And if that wasn’t enough, Chef Ramsay has authored over 20 books and currently owns 35 restaurants around the world, including Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas.
Gordon Ramsay’s Charitable Work
Besides his rich home life, the Chef is deeply involved in various charities. In 2005, he teamed up with Chef Madhur Jaffrey for the Spice up your Life Event in support of HIV and AIDS work in India.
Ramsay and his wife also became ambassadors for Women’s Aid the same year. They have also been involved in on-going efforts for UNICEF along the way through Soccer Aid events.
In 2009 he ran the London Marathon for the Scottish Spina Bifida Association. This is an organization he’s been involved with for some time, including the “Buy a Brick” drive for creating a family support center in Glasgow (2006). Since 2007 he has hosted a St. Andrew’s Day gala as another fundraising focus.
What are Critics Saying about Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas?
“Pull up a chair. Take a taste. Come join us. Life is so endlessly delicious.” – Ruth Reichl
While you may now have an idea of what it costs to eat at Hell’s Kitchen, Las Vegas, the question is: do you get what you pay for? We know that this restaurant has gotten a lot of attention, including being awarded one of the 10 best Celebrity Chef Restaurants in Las Vegas (and also noted as unmissable) by SmartTravel. In addition, Hell’s Kitchen has received:
- Trip Advisor’s 2019 Certificate of Excellence (the average traveler rating was 4.5 or above)
- Eater’s Top 10 2018 Design of the Year Award
- Gayot’s Top Ten New and Hip Restaurants in Las Vegas
- Tasting Table’s acclaim of being among the hottest restaurants in Las Vegas
Words used to describe Hell’s Kitchen experience include:
The few negative reviews I’ve heard generally focus on the small size of the portions and inconsistent food and service quality.
The Devil’s in the Details
So you’re starting to warm up to the idea of making reservations at Hell’s Kitchen in Vegas. What else might you like to know?
Pricing & Reservations Online
If you want to be certain about the most current prices for the food at Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas, you can check these websites before your trip. Both offer the option of making your reservation online.
Other Savory Specifics
The restaurant is wheelchair accessible and features a full bar. There are Vegetarian, Vegan, and Gluten-Free options on the menu.
The restaurant is located just off of the Caesars Palace hotel lobby in the Roman Plaza. They are open daily from 11 am until 12 am. Call (712) 731-7373. (google maps)
Private dining in groups of 14 or can be accommodated but you must contact group sales at 866-733-5827.
Travel Tip: If you belong to Caesar’s Entertainment Rewards, Hell’s Kitchen accepts CET redeemable points toward your meal.
Other Fine Dining Options in Las Vegas
If you’d like to learn more about some other dining experiences in Las Vegas you’ll want to take a look at the following articles on our website:
- 15 Best Restaurants with Views of the Bellagio Fountains (here)
- If you’re vegetarian or vegan (or traveling with someone who is) you’ll also want to read our article here to find out about The 15 Best Vegetarian & Vegan Restaurants in Las Vegas.
Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas, Nevada-Nearby Attractions
Let’s face it you didn’t come to Las Vegas just to eat did you? Once you’ve eaten your fill at Hell’s Kitchen, you’re going to want to check out one or more of the attractions on the Strip near Hell’s Kitchen.
How else might you pamper & play?
- Absinthe (Caesar’s Palace): A cabaret-style variety show with daring acrobatics. Think of a carnival with incredible acts that inspire the imagination. Be ready for humor and danger; all rolled into one. (Check ticket prices at vegas.com)
- O by Cirque du Soleil (Bellagio Hotel & Casino): A live production of dance and acrobatics with performers from all corners of the globe. There is a little something for everyone at fairly reasonable prices. (Check ticket prices at vegas.com)
- Wildlife Habitat at the Flamingo (Behind the Flamingo Hotel): A wildlife habitat with flamingos (of course), penguins, goldfish, and turtles. Take a walk and enjoy the calmer atmosphere. Find out more at Vegas.com.
- Bird Bar at the Flamingo (S. Las Vegas Blvd). A bar located inside the Flamingo Las Vegas. The bar itself is decorated with brightly colored bird cages and offers bird-inspired drinks and cocktails. A patio area is also available. (google maps)
- The LINQ Promenade: (LINQ Hotel): A little bit of everything all in one spot, including a 550-food observation wheel that shows you the entire Las Vegas Valley. Add 40 shops, restaurants, concerts, and bowling, all with pedestrian access. Valet parking offered. Get discount tickets for the High Roller observation wheel here.
- Paranormal Mind Reading Show (Bally’s): This 70-minute show will challenge what you think about mind reading. Frederic Da Silva, an award-winning mentalist, taps into audience minds up close and personal. Discounted tickets at here at vegas.com.
- Piff the Magic Dragon (Flamingo Hotel & Casino): A 75 minutes show filled to overflowing with great magic tricks and escapes. The Chihuahua steals the show (but the dragon man isn’t bad either). Check out show price here.
- Qua Bath & Spa (at Caesar’s Palace): Inspired by decadent Roman baths, you’ll find hot and cool pools and even a snowflake room! There are robes, slippers, juices, soft drinks, tea, and coffee. They segregate the spa (male and female), and it’s clothing-optional (website)
You really won’t have a minute of boredom on the Las Vegas strip. The list of attractions and activities goes on and on. Oh, certainly, you can find a quiet nook tucked away at the hotel or a shady place by the pool for reading a novel, but the high energy of Vegas gets most people up and moving.
What stands out that no matter what traveler lists you read, Cesar’s Palace comes up again and again. There’s the Omnia Club, the infamous Venus Pool, the Forum Shops, the Fall of Atlantis (living statues), Garden of the Gods, and a cigar bar, just to name a few.
It’s no wonder that Chef Ramsay chose this for Hell’s Kitchen’s home. So plan out your meal at Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas, and take in a bit of Cesar’s Palace’s ambiance while you are at it. Double your pleasure, double your fun!
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