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Gordon Ramsay Steak
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Today 4:30 – 10:30 pm
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Paris Las Vegas 3655 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89109
3655 South Las Vegas BoulevardUSNevadaLas Vegas89109
$$Steak House, Seafood Restaurant
Steak House
Seafood Restaurant
Fine Dining Restaurant
Today 4:30 – 10:30 pm
Monday 4:30 – 10:30 pmTuesday 4:30 – 10:30 pmWednesday 4:30 – 10:30 pmThursday 4:30 – 10:30 pmFriday 4:30 – 10:30 pmSaturday 4:30 – 10:30 pmSunday 4:30 – 10:30 pm
This fine dining steakhouse by celeb Chef Gordan Ramsay is serious about meat. For those who don't want the full dining experience, enjoy the lounge open during dinner hours and till midnight Fri-Sat.
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Ultramodern Paris restaurant serving dishes such as beef Wellington in a boisterous British setting.- Google
"I highly recommend the famous Sticky Toffee Pudding as it was simply fantastic."
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"Beef Wellington, which is their "signature" item was not well prepared."
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Mrs. Turbos Cookies
2 months ago
We were extremely disappointed. We had reservations and had to wait another 30 mins in the bar. The hostesses reminded me of the Robert Palmer girls and had about the same enthusiasm - no one wanted to be there. Once seated the table positioning placed on person on the "crack" of the bench seating and it couldn't be moved since there people on either side. Very uncomfortable. And we were in the corner with a view of the wall and the kitchen - seriously?? The wine had turned but couldn't get the staff to understand they needed to open another bottle. The Server was slow and inattentive. We had to search for him when we wanted something and it seemed like a chore for him to wait on us. His tip reflected the poor service. The atmosphere was blah, the staff seemed like they didn't even want to be there. The steak was just ok - I've had better at other premium restaurants. The potatoes were soupy and the salad consisted of 5 leaves of lettuce for $17. I get its the name but seriously? We will never go there again and will not recommend anyone else to go there. For the almost $300 we spent it was not worth it. Gordon needs to get his house in order before he starts working on other people's restaurants.
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Jason Keleher
a month ago
Went with my wife and four friends. The dinner was to celebrate my wife's birthday. To start the music was to loud to think. Making it hard to hear the conversation. All the guest having to yell at each other. We where seated up stairs next to a busy doorway. Where the staff and guest kept bumping into my chair. We where served wine, water after being seated the water was warm the wine was enjoyed by all, and the appetizer's where not the best but ok. The main course came and the water was warmer than the beef wellington. The wellington was dry with no flavor and it was so bad that a bland taste would have been a step up. My wife's lobster Wellington was also the same temperature of the water and no flavor. The waiter forgot part of the order but still tried to charge us for it. Ramsey's judgment for this chef is poor. I was fouled by Ramsey's t.v show in his display in perfection and pried in what was being served with his name on it. Now I see it was just a T.V. hype so this just makes Ramsey an a--hole filled with hot air. Ramsey if your ever in Reno, NV go to the Eldorado casino and have the beef wellington at Roxy's Steak House. Maybe you can learn a thing or two from the chef. May show you and your team how its done. "so piss off" Ramsay
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Brooke Warren
5 months ago
With reservations made MONTHS in advance, we were sent to the bar to wait. We waited and waited and waited from someone to take our drink orders, but had to go and get them ourselves from the bar. When we were FINALLY seated, we were put in a corner with a "wonderful" view of the stairs and a wall. But once seated, wait staff was attentive although slow to get drinks to our table. All our entree's were excellent, including the Wellington, a filet, a pork chop & the fisherman's grill. Had mac/cheese which was unimpressive, but the sauteed spinach was good. Huge fan of Chef R. shows, and would love to try his other places, but would probably not go back here. Too loud, too hectic and we felt a little lost in the shuffle.
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Alissa Easterling
5 months ago
So, I decided that since we are in Vegas, we HAVE to go to Gordon Ramsay's because he's so mean on his show, there's no way he would let anything bad come out of a kitchen with his name on it. We get there, and we were amazed. The inside of the restaurant was stunning, and the waiters literally cater to your every need. By the time I saw them walking around with the Steak wheel (I don't really know what it's called) I knew that this was going to be the best steak I had ever eaten. I ordered Kobe (can't remember exactly what it's called because trust me, I'm trying so hard to forget the whole thing) wrapped in bacon with fingerling potatoes. I ordered my steak medium, and he explained that it's cooked at a high temperature but not for very long. When my steak came out, it was burned to a crisp. I thought, this must be because it was cooked on such a high temp but it'll be great! WRONG. I have never in my life had a steak so horrible. It had ZERO flavor, and you couldn't even get a hint of flavor from the bacon because it was burned so bad, there was none left. The fingerling potatoes were literally the saving grace... until the fourth bite and then for some reason they had a burned garlic taste. The same thing goes for other people in my party; two others ordered a steak, and another ordered Ahi Tuna which he said he has had better from a hole-in-the-wall restaurant. To say I was disappointed would be an understatement. It was MY idea to go there, therefore I felt so bad that we had to pay a $300 bill, I wanted to cry. Money wasn't the issue, but paying that much for something so horrendous made my stomach hurt. I would rather pay that much for a Mcdonald's cheeseburger because it tastes better and I DON'T EVEN LIKE MCDONALD'S! If I could sum my experience up, I would say that just because the restaurant has "THE NAME" does not ever mean the food will be good. We had to go get $13 pizza and bread sticks from a little place inside of New York New York just to get that horrendous taste out of our mouths. I am appalled that Gordon Ramsay allows his name to be on such horrible food. I definitely learned my lesson!
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Gavin Mcfeely
a month ago
We had a meal at Gordon's pub and grill at Caesars Palace on valentines night and was a great dining experience , much so that we decided to try Gordon,s steak at Paris for my birthday and was totally let down by my experience from start to finish, i.e. from a shaky table which the waitress refused to fix or reseat us , the starters were a dissapointment we ordered the pork belly which came under cooked,and resulted in me been ill later that evening, the Caesar salad was a let down with its lack of anything but lettuce. The main was slightly better but the waitress forgot our sauce. and to top things off the price tag at the end was shockingly over priced at $300 us dollars.
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David Seay
2 months ago
Ate here last year and it was absolutely a fantastic experience. Ate there last night and it wasn't even close. Took 6 friends and told them how wonderful it would be. I was terribly embarrassed. The only thing that was positive was the service, the salads and a few side items. Out of 8 meals only 3 were considered acceptable. One person sent their meal back and it came back out the same. Steaks were only warm and didn't have the flavor that you would expect. Beef Wellington, which is their "signature" item was not well prepared. I think the comment from the person who ordered the BW was "I could have made this better at home". So what do you do when this happens at a restaurant and the bill is $1000? Well everybody holds back and then somebody finally says something and then it goes downhill from there. We complained, they argued with us (can you imagine Chef Ramsey letting his staff argue with the patrons?), we complained some more, they took off a few meals and discounted the bill by 25%. Still a total of $150 per couple and not happy. I watch Gordon Ramsey yell and scream at his staff for not doing things correctly or to his standards then I try to imagine what he would say (try the F bomb a few hundred times!) if he was at our table last night. I don't think he would have been nearly as polite as we were trying to be and he certainly would not have paid for the food. Go figure.
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A Google User
2 months ago
It was by far the best steak(s), veggies, and desserts I have had in a VERY long time. We had not only the best food but our server was absolutely amazing! We sat by the kitchen and it was great to see all the action as well as the best meats! I highly recommend the famous Sticky Toffee Pudding as it was simply fantastic.!
Albert Meyer
7 months ago
There is a reason for just 4 instead of 5 stars. I'd give the food 5+ stars. The New York Strip was absolutely amazing - the best steak I've ever had. Perfectly seasoned, not too salty and very tender. The kobe beef sliders were also amazing. Even the simple sides, Yukon potatoes and asparagus were fantastic. They had a nice craft beer selection too that nicely complemented my meal. While I was not there for the atmosphere ( a friend a mine and i sat at the bar as we could not get a table), the music was loud and the decor was not inviting at all. The service at the bar was outstanding however. With a little nicer atmosphere i would have given this place 5 stars.
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