VegasEats: Gordon Ramsay Steak At Paris
The VegasTripping Review
The interior of the restaurant is a modern take on Mod-era British design, with very Tube-like swooping curve entry, dark lighting, a giant Union Jack lit up by scraggly neon (an artists interpretation of the motions Chef Ramsay makes when preparing one of his signature dishes) and multiple levels of dining. The music is a mix of sixties British deep cut classic rock and more modern progenitors carrying torches with the same flame. The waitresses are all bedecked in skin tight black vinyl mini-dresses with bodies covered from neck to wrist with black sheer material. Our server, Brianna, put the icing on the cake with a tremendous bob cut and a gorgeous smile.
We were seated at our table and handed a menu and an iPad to order drinks from.
Three taps and two minutes later, an Innis & Gunn arrived at the table like magic. Deciding amongst the rest of the menu required a bit more study. Every appetizer and entree made my mouth water.