· The entire experience was so well thought out. (Given a) tour/explanation of the restaurant, detailing the designs and the thought behind the ambiance. A nice little touch
· Perhaps the best part of the meal was the service
· Knowledge and professionalism shown was out of this world for a new place
· This is what a steak house-what EVERY RESTAURANT-should be about: details, taste, experience. Spotted dick dessert sumptuous! (You thought we could resist including this one? Because of the repeat mentions of details and complete experience, that is)
· If...one of the most renowned chefs in the world were to give you anything but the finest cut of meat you've ever had, it's easy to immediately downgrade the count to 3 stars...So when a restaurant like Gordon Ramsay Steak receives a 5 star rating, you can be assured that this place is definitely no joke
· SW was #1 on my list in vegas but this is definitely better and we will be back next week
· Beef wellington is his signature dish and it was absolutely perfect. The meat was sooo tender (all of them are cooked to medium-rare) and the puff pastry crust with the mushroom puree complimented the meat perfectly
· Isn't cheap but isn't insane. Expect to pay around 100 each person plus tip. The food is worth it, and this comes from a guy who has no problems making complaints
· The food was other worldly and the table agreed that not only is this the best steakhouse we had ever been to, this was the best place in Vegas any of us had ever eaten. Michael Mina is great, Ogden's is great, but this food was literally perfect. The American Kobe filet...really did melt in your mouth
· British signature dishes are the standouts. As a steakhouse, it falls in the middle of the pack in price and quality behind Cut, StripSteak, and CraftSteak
· Entrees were truly 5-star-worthy (but) we found the tuna to be absolutely and shockingly flavorless. (Our server) had already heard the same from three other tables
· For dessert they are known for their sticky toffee pudding which happens to be (my wife's) favorite and she thought this was the best thing ever. I wasn't a huge fan of it and think the Monkey Bread served at Craftsteak is hands down the best dessert in a steakhouse
· Overall I greatly enjoyed Gordon Ramsay Steak and would return the next time I am in Las Vegas. Was it the best meal I have ever eaten? Maybe not but right on par with the other fine dining establishments I have eaten at
· Returned a side dish (sauteed spinach swimming in butter and salt)
To date there are only a couple other truly bad ratings but they didn't leave much detail for us to sink our teeth into. So, what can we gather in the early going? Nothing that scares us away so far. Perhaps on our visit, we'll skip the appetizers and sides, fill up on the free bread that got some mentions, and save an appetite for the signature dishes and steaks.
Have you had your rock star moment at Gordon Ramsay Steakhouse yet? Tell us about your experience, other worldly or not below!