Gordon Ramsay partners with Harrah’s Resort Southern California on Hell’s Kitchen restaurant – press enterprise



Gordon Ramsay will be opening a Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at Harrah’s Resort Southern California in the spring of 2022, according to a press release from the northern San Diego County property.

The restaurant will occupy the space that was a buffet before the new coronavirus pandemic. The resort is in the process of hiring a chef to run it.

“Let’s heat things up,” the resort said in a Instagram post on his partnership with Ramsay.

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The British chef is a global television personality who was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 2006. His reality series “Hell’s Kitchen” depicts chefs competing in a training camp atmosphere for jobs at his restaurants. It airs on Fox TV in the United States.

Hell’s Kitchen restaurant in Southern California will be its fourth after restaurants in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and Dubai. It will be the largest, accommodating 322 people, the statement said. He described the menu as “inspired and executed by” by the television series, but did not say whether the new restaurant would appear on the show.

Ramsay’s menu at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas includes entrees such as chicken cutlets, salmon, and beef Wellington priced at $ 32.95 to $ 63.95, with sides at $ 13.95.

Ramsay has other restaurants, including fish and chips, a pub and burger restaurant in Las Vegas, as well as steakhouses in Baltimore and Atlantic City.

Construction on Harrah’s Resort Southern California’s new restaurant will begin this summer, according to the press release. The property has several full and quick service restaurants as well as a hotel, pool complex and casino.

Harrah’s transformed part of its former buffet space into a quick and casual Italian restaurant Che Bello last summer due to the coronavirus, but that concept has since closed.

Chefs with TV credits are starting to appear at more tribal casinos in Southern California. The Morongo Casino, Resort and Spa recently announced a partnership with Fabio Viviani and the resort also hosts a Wahlburgers location.


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