The British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has opened up a new restaurant at a casino hotel in Las Vegas, his first in the US gambling hub.
Multiple Michelin star holder Ramsay joins several famous rivals, including Alain Ducasse and Pierre Gagnaire, who have eateries in Las Vegas.
“Gordon Ramsay brought his unique style and culinary flair to Las Vegas with the opening Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas,” said a statement.
The Las Vegas venue is described as a modern steakhouse serving cuts of beef and lamb popular with American customers, but “British Ale Onion Soup” and “Sticky Toffee Pudding” will also be on the menu.
The Las Vegas restaurant opening comes as Ramsay closes two others in Australia. Last year, Gordon Ramsay Holdings announced it’d be closing Maze and Maze Grill in Melbourne after concluding that the restaurants were not “sustainable.”
It also closed two Maze locations in Prague and Cape Town over the last few years, but locations in New York, London and Qatar continue to operate.
Ramsay is best known in the U.S. for his starring role in “Kitchen Nightmares,” where he visits struggling restaurants in a bid to rescue them from financial ruin.