Are you a fan of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay? Do you watch the reality TV series Hell’s Kitchen? Well, it seems four restaurants in the city of sin are not enough for Chef Gordon. So, he decided to open a fifth restaurant, which is scheduled to open this fall. If you are a fan of this chef and the TV series then you will love this restaurant.
Celebrity Chef and host Gordon Ramsay is bringing his popular TV series Hell’s kitchen to life. The world’s first Hell kitchen restaurant is opening soon at Caesars Palace Las Vegas. Hell’s Kitchen is an American reality cooking show broadcasted on Fox in 110 countries. It is a cooking competition, where two chefs battle to be the head chef. Chef Ramsay hosts the show and the winner gets to be the head chef in a restaurant.
The first Hell’s Kitchen is located on one of the busiest areas in Las Vegas. This strip-side restaurant has a seating capacity of 300 guests for both the indoor and patio dining. Chef Ramsay plans to offer brunch, dinner and bar menu. The menu will include the recipes from the Chef’s, dishes featured on the Reality TV show and Ramsay’s signature dishes.
According to Chef Ramsay, the aim of the restaurant is not just to serve gastronomic dishes but also makes guests feel like they are part of the show. So, the restaurant will replicate the blue kitchen and red kitchen set up in the studio. The open concept kitchen will also be viewable from all seats. Jeffrey Beers International will take the challenge of duplicating the studio set experience of Hell’s Kitchen show, which the 17th season will start airing this 2017. The open kitchen concept
Construction of the restaurants is scheduled to start during summer and to be completed in fall/winter. Hell’s Kitchen, the chef’s fifth restaurant in Las Vegas will be joining Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsay BurGR at Planet Hollywood Resort and Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips at the LINQ Promenade, which opens just last fall.
Hell’s Kitchen soon to be home, the 85-acre Caesars Palace resort has 25 diverse cafes and restaurants, including the celebrity chef-branded restaurants by Brian Malarkey, Michael Flay, Guy Savoy, Nobu Matsuhisa and Gordon Ramsay.