Gordon Ramsay to open a Hell's Kitchen restaurant at Caesars Dubai

The restaurant, which already has one outlet in Vegas, is inspired by the chef's famed TV contest show

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British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is opening a second branch of Hell's Kitchen at Caesar's on Blue Waters island in Dubai, just across the water from JBR.

The restaurant has its first outpost in front of the Caesar's in Las Vegas, taking its name and theme from the expletive-filled TV show that Ramsay hosts, with diners made to feel like they are in a television studio.

Hell's Kitchen in Vegas is an 8,000-square-foot space, known for its open kitchen with a screen ablaze with flames (in keeping with the show), plus super-friendly staff, red and blue interiors, and pitchfork motifs - which can be spotted on the bathroom door handles, customised serviettes and the entrance facing the Las Vegas strip.

Although the Dubai menu has not been revealed yet, signature dishes at the original Hell's Kitchen include eggs in purgatory, Hell's Kitchen burger, pan-seared scallops, sticky toffee pudding and his famed beef Wellington.

Beef Wellington at Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen

The new venue promises "show-stopping theatre and world-class cooking".

The chef already operates Bread Street Kitchen at Atlantis the Palm, while Hell's Kitchen is slated to opens its doors alongside Caesar's Dubai later in November.


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