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Paris Las Vegas 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3655 South Las Vegas BoulevardUSNevadaLas Vegas89109
(877) 346-4642caesars.com
$$Steak House, Bar
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Today 4:30–10:30PM
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Ultramodern celeb-chef spot serving dishes such as beef Wellington in a boisterous British setting.- Google
"...not anywhere near worth the price for the food, atmosphere, or service."
"Terrible service, poor atmosphere, far too loud music, and the food is just..."
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Mika Tee
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We waited nearly 2 hours for our main courses after ordering. When it arrived my skirt steak was cold and quite undercooked. After sending it back a new steak arrived 30 minutes later (unfortunately the rest of my party had finished their food). After being cooked properly, the food was terrific. The waiter apologized and agreed that the steak was poorly prepared. The waiter made no attempt to discount me for their significant delay and cooking deficiency. I arrived so excited to be eating at what I perceived as a prestigious restaurant. I left extremely disappointed. Dinning at this price point needs to perfect. It was far from that.
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Person Guy Thing
4 weeks ago
"Excellent choice, sir" as every single thing I otdered, the waiter said this.. It was utterly annoying... The food was pretty good but not as well prepared as the man himself would've made it.
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Stacie Kohler
2 weeks ago
I am giving these 2 stars based on the service and attitude of the server. They were offering a 4 course meal featuring the heirloom toamto salad, scallops, beef wellington and sticky toffee pudding. It was $145. I had no problem with that. However, my friend was not that hungry and was just going to have a baked potato. The server informed us that I could not order what I wanted unless we both ordered it. Now, I don't care where you are eating and whose name is on your sign, if the customer wants to order something, who are you to tell them they can't order what they want? He said the chef was a bit snippy and didn't like to make any changes to his rules. The chef was not Gordon Ramsay himself. So, my friend offered to leave so I could eat what I wanted. I refused to let her do that, I didn't want to eat alone and it would be rude of me or them to expect her to do that. I then ordered iced tea. And, instead of the 4 course meal, I ordered the $20 heirloom tomato salad that consisted of 4 small wedges of heirloom tomato and 3 pieces of compressed watermeon scattered on a plate. It was delicious but not what I expected when the word "salad" was in the name. Then I ordered the filet mignon with the sautéed mushrooms. My tea still hadn't been brought out. I had to wave down the polite girl that kept my water glass full and inform her that our waiter was extremely snotty towards us and had failed to bring my tea. She apologized profusely and for once, the waiter was actually nice and smiled and apologized for his mistake. The steak was nothing short of phenomenal! But perhaps the waitstaff should keep in mind that they are there to take care of guests and not act like they are too good for their job. I also work for tips. So, that being said, I still tipped close to 50%, regardless of the way we were treated to remind our waiter that he should NEVER judge a book by its cover. We may have tattoos and wear casual clothes, but not everyone is a cheapskate when it comes to tipping.
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aber dunsky
3 weeks ago
Had the porterhouse which was perfect. Our server Amanda was hands down the best server we have ever had. The street corn was the best side dish we had. We also had the creamed spinach and Mac n cheese but the corn was that good.
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Keith McDonald
a week ago
I enjoyed the American Eye. It was my first experience with Wagu beef and it was absolutely wonderful! It may have been one of the best steaks I have ever had. I chose the four cheese mac and cheese as a side, which was excellent and more than enough to share with another person. But, the steak was all mine! What I liked best was that I left satisfied and not stuffed. The only reason I do not give it five stars is because the staff was a bit off. They were polite enough and did a fine job of presenting the food and answering any questions. However they seemed to interrupt our conversation several times trying to serve us, making for a bit of awkwardness. While I find this rather common in other Las Vegas restaurants, this was not the case in my experiences of fine restaurants in many other cities such as New York, Boston and San Francisco. Perhaps I've been in Vegas too long? As I said the food was excellent!
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Paul Patterson
a week ago
Made reservations two days in advance. Dropped by after the concert, my girl and I arrived two minutes prior to the time I selected for the reservation. The nice lady, looking at the screen, picked up a couple menus, handed them to the hostess and said please seat them at table 11. We took four steps into the restaurant and the hostess was stopped and corrected the table to, table 22. We walked further into the restaurant and were about to enter the doorway to the dining room only to be stopped again. I joked to my girl, “What do you want to bet that our next table will be 44?”. We were eventually sat at a table for a reservation made two days prior. Yeah! Reviewing wine list, I picked a nice Guigal, as my girl wanted chicken and I wanted to try Gordon’s signature dish, the Beef Wellington. Wine ordered, the waiter returned to take the food order. We made very clear instructions that we are hoping to enjoy a nice dinner. In a short order, the main courses were severed. Wine was served 20 minutes late. We sat and waited for the wine to arrive. Waiters and other staff simply ignored the fact we had full plates and were not eating them. Then the wine arrived. Yeah, a bit out of order. Maybe Gordon likes his customers to be served in such a manner. We sat and tried to enjoy the meals. The chicken was delicious. The Beef Wellington was SHOCKINGLY salty. I couldn’t get more than two bites down. Third bite ended up in my napkin. After my girl and I enjoyed the chicken dinner and the sides, the waiter eventually arrived again. He asked if everything was okay? I mentioned the Beef Wellington was far too salty. Before I could finish speaking the word ‘Salty’ the waiter began his excuse of, “Its most likely the prosciutto. Most people are not accustomed to prosciutto.” If I didn't know how to cook, that would make sense. However...... Here is a nice delicious prosciutto dish: take small zucchinis, about 8 inches long. Slice them in half along the length. Take a tea spoon and gently scrape out the seed center. You will end up with a canoe shape for the zucchinis with about a quarter inch to two-thirds inch of zucchini meat in the shape of a canoe with the skins on. Chop prosciutto into about 1/4 inch pieces and sprinkle in the zucchini boats to round them. Top with fresh grated Parmesan cheese. Place a few fresh pine nuts throughout. Roast until the Parmesan starts to turn brown. Let sit for 5 min, then serve. This dish has far more concentrated prosciutto than the Beef Wellington and I guarantee it will be far less salty than the Beef Wellington that I was served. Perhaps Gordon needs to instruct his kitchen staff that if you are going to add salt to a dish that does not need it, they should use kosher salt. If Gordon does not know why, then a lot is explained. Gordon Ramsey’s Steak at Paris Las Vegas ruined a great protein and the staff are quick with very lame excuses. The waiter was kind enough to remove it from my bill. Yet as I have owned and managed successful restaurants in the past, I always add whatever a waiter removes from the bill, to the gratuity. From being sat at a confused table hostess, wine being served 20 minutes after the main course, to over salted beef wellington with a quick excuse, I give Gordon Ramsey Steak one star for being open and one star for removing the over salted beef wellington from my bill. In reality, Gordon deserves a D-. If you haven’t eaten at a Gordon Ramsey restaurant, go. I hope your dining experience will be wonderful! An additional note, we sat at the dining table looking at the strange arrangement of red neon lights dangling like a chandelier. We guessed it was supposed to look like something, but nothing made sense. Leaving the restaurant, the manager stopped and briefly spoke to us. He explained that the hostess was supposed to explain the red neon lights to us. It apparently looks like something when viewed from upstairs.
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Keith Henry
2 weeks ago
1) Make an evening of this, you'll be there two hours, minimum. If you're in a hurry this isn't the place for you. Eating here really is an event. 2) Be prepared for the bill. You're going to spend a lot of money. This isn't "Montana's". You're paying for a unique dining experience. 3) The service was amazing. The food beyond reproach. My wife and I WILL go again.
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jim adkins
2 weeks ago
I knew we were in trouble when we had to ask the server to clean our table from the previous dinner party and got an attitude about it, while the appitiesure was good along with the salad problem was they came at same time then main course did not arrive for 45 minutes I ordered the filet medium for 28 day aged beef the taste and tenderness was not there I expected more from a restraunt the bears the name Gordon Ramsay

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