Foodies throughout Las Vegas were thrilled to hear Gordon Ramsay Steak was coming to town. The celebrity chef has been on a few culinary-based reality shows, but it's not the chef's fame that draws diners to his restaurant. The food is the star here, especially the beef.Paris Las Vegas Welcomes Chef Gordon Ramsay — Photo courtesy of Paris Las Vegas / Scott Roeben
The dry-aged beef is aged for 28 days in a process developed by Ramsay and his team. Diners can choose from standard cuts like the New York Strip, filet, bone-in rib eye, porterhouse, or the less well-known royal long-bone chop for two. If you're looking for Kobe beef, you can choose from the skirt or filet.
Non-beef dishes include pork chops, veal chops, and lamb. In addition to several sea food appetizers, diners can also choose fish for dinner: salmon, sea bass, halibut, or ahi tuna.
Signature dishes include the Roasted Beef Wellington, fish and chips, and beef short rib.
Ramsay's steakhouse can seat over 250 guests. A large lounge is designed to encourage diners to sit and savor a drink before or after dinner.
A large turn-out of diners at the restaurant's opening in May 2012 is a clear sign that reservations are a must. While some people undoubtedly are hoping for a glimpse of the famous Ramsay, early reviews indicate that the food will remain the main attraction.