It’s March in Las Vegas, and that means pleasant weather, and the stroll through Caesars Palace’s Roman Plaza puts you in the mood for an excellent meal at Hell’s Kitchen. Inside, you’ll feel the energy both in the vibrant red-and-blue decor and in the open kitchen that emulates the Red and Blue Kitchens of TV fame. The menu, too, reminds you of the show, with some of the most famous dishes being served here.
Starters include the pan-seared scallops, a dish Ramsay is emphatic about chefs getting right (perfectly cooked, neither over nor under); golden beet salad; and lobster risotto (another one that the chef gets testy about).
For your entrée, beef Wellington, possibly Ramsay’s most well-known dish, is an easy choice, tender beef wrapped in puff pastry with mushroom duxelles and a potato purée beneath. Other great choices are crispy skin salmon or filet mignon. And for dessert, of course you need to order the signature sticky toffee pudding that anyone who has tried it raves about. It’s served with dulce de leche ice cream.
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