How much does food at Gordon Ramsay’s 'Hell's Kitchen' restaurant cost?
Food cooked on the 'Hell's Kitchen' show and restaurant looks delicious, but is the price tag worth it?
Season 21 of the hit 'Hell's Kitchen' is all set to grace the small screen around the end of September 2022. Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, a recipient of multiple Michelin Stars, is back to host the latest season. The show will yet again feature a number of scrumptious delicacies from various cuisines around the globe, prepared by superbly talented chefs ready to make their mark in the culinary industry. These exquisite dishes will be judged by Gordon himself and deemed acceptable or, in his words, "trash."
So it doesn't come as a surprise that fans, too, wonder what the food tastes like and how they can eat it. For those hoping for a taste of the dishes cooked in the show, here's some great news: You can eat it directly from the show or eat replicas made at Gordon's lavish establishment of the same name, which serves as an actual restaurant in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. You can learn more about the selection process and the Las Vegas restaurant here. The food definitely looks deliciously appetizing and exquisitely high-end, to the point that fans wonder what the price tags would be if one were to dine in Hell's Kitchen. Well, we have you covered, and here's all you need to know regarding what one would shell out for the food at Hell's Kitchen.
How to eat at the 'Hell's Kitchen' show
To eat at the show, you must participate as an audience member. And for that, one must sign up with a casting agency and hope to be cast as an extra on the show. Though this isn't a guaranteed way, and chances of being cast are low, you never know. There is also a chance that even after selection, the extras may still not be served the food. But if it's your lucky day, and you get to taste the dishes, then the good news is it's free. That's right, diners on the show can eat the food for no cost at all. But like we said, it's a rare opportunity.
The 'Hell's Kitchen' themed restaurant in Las Vegas
The sole purpose of this establishment was to give fans of the show the experience of 'Hell's Kitchen' minus the contestants and Gordan's screaming. Tables can be reserved, and the restaurant delivers a menu identical to the show's. Currently enjoying a 4.5-star rating on Yelp, the restaurant has had positive reviews from most of its patrons. According to Yelp reviewers, the prix fixe menus generally range from $75 to $95, and a meal with a wine pairing can run up to $135.95. Costs mainly depend on what you're ordering, but the portions are said to be ample. Here's the complete list:
Cocktails - around $18 to $19 a pop
Mocktail - $9
Bottles of wine - $75 to $240, with glasses costing anywhere from $16 to $50 each
prix fixe - $65.95 a head for three courses
with booze - $115.95
Sides - $13.95
The restaurant's signature dishes cost way more.
Beef Wellington - $63.95
Jidori chicken scallopini - $32.95
12 oz dry-aged New York strip - $59.95
Caesar salad - $19.95 ($25.95 with grilled chicken)
Prix fixe - begins at $75.95 sans booze
'Hell's Kitchen' Season 21 is all set to release on September 29, 2022, at 8 pm ET/PT on Fox.