Atlantic City is burning with new Hell’s Kitchen restaurant in New Jersey

It’s going to get hotter and hotter in Atlantic City as celebrity TV chef and restaurateur Gordon Ramsey opens his famed TV restaurant Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Atlantic City. The new restaurant started taking reservations this weekend (starting Friday, September 2).

This is the first Hell’s Kitchen restaurant on the East Coast and the third Gordon’s restaurant in Atlantic City. He has the Gordon Ramsey Steak at Harrah’s and the Gordon Ramsey Pub & Grill at Caesars.

The elegantly decorated restaurant seats 233 people on three levels, with each table in the restaurant having an unobstructed view of the huge kitchen entirely inspired by the TV show Hell’s Kitchen. The executive chef will be the winner of season 21 of the show.

The restaurant’s menu will include some of the dishes made famous by the TV show Hell’s Kitchen, including beef wellington, lobster risotto and seared scallops. The bar will offer classic and signature cocktails that will be a great way to start your evening.

I’m a fan of Gordon Ramsey and a fan of the show Hell’s Kitchen although sometimes there are dramatic subplots in the show that detract from the reality of cooking great food. As a guy who loves to cook, I love seeing how Hell’s Kitchen contestants approach their recipes and hone their skills.

Gordon doesn’t take risks and is a tyrant in the kitchen when things aren’t going well. Gordon’s disposition is what makes the show enjoyable and it creates minor pins and needles moments when contestants mess up an order or direction given to them.

If they’re wrong, Gordon Ramsey’s anger rains down, hence Hell’s Kitchen.

Gordon Ramsey currently has 15 restaurants here in North America, with another 43 restaurants around the world, that’s an incredible number.

Its staff who oversee the quality and operations of all of Gordon’s restaurants do a good job of ensuring that all of Gordon Ramsey’s restaurants live up to its high standards. Check out Hell’s Kitchen in Atlantic City. It sounds like a great experience.

The above post reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 weekend host Big Joe Henry. All opinions expressed are those of Big Joe.


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