VegasEats: Gordon Ramsay Steak At Paris
The VegasTripping Review
Two entrees and two beers later it was time for dessert. We opted for the Sticky Toffee Pudding and coffee service for one, both at our server Brianna's insistence.
The coffee arrived first and along with the french press came three spoons wrapped in chocolate with the letters A, B & C on them. Each spoon contained a chocolate covered liquor which was intended to be spooned into each refresh of the cup from the french press. The A stood for Amaretto, the B Baileys, the C Cointreau. I can't think of a better way to make lacing your coffee with booze feel more like fun and less like unabashed alcoholism. All three were fun and flavorful.
Finally, the Sticky Toffee Pudding which, upon arrival, the sticky toffee was poured out on top of the pastry. Sweet, smokey, divine. Along with the sticky toffee pudding came a stick of brown butter ice cream, served in the exact size and shape of a stick of butter. Together and separate, they were amazing. Sweet without being over the top, yet both containing depth of flavor that revealed themselves further with each taste.
This meal at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris was virtually flawless. The food was phenomenal, our server Brianna was sheer perfection and the experience was enlightening without being pretentious. Gordon Ramsay Steak was a true five star dining experience wrapped in an atmosphere that is approachable for everyone, from the common man to the uber gastrosnob.
The bill for two including tax and tags came to $184.85... a bargain.