Hell’s Kitchen is many people’s guilty pleasure, I mean, who doesn’t love watching Gordon Ramsey scream at people. Here’s how much it’ll cost for you to grab a table and taste the real deal!
Recently, fans have been shocked by the news that the famous ‘idiot sandwich’ sketch was from a late-night show instead of Hell’s Kitchen. Nonetheless, it is a priceless meme.
People worldwide are desperate to know if they can eat at Hell’s Kitchen and how much money would be taken out their wallets if they placed a reservation there.
Read on to find out how much it costs to eat at Hell’s Kitchen in Las Vegas.
How much does it cost to eat at Hell’s Kitchen?
- According to a menu provided by Yelp reviewers: the fixed menus range from $75 to $95 and offer three menus. However meals involving wine can go up to $135.95,
Non-alcoholic drinks are $10 or less including mocktails which are $9. Whereas alcoholic drinks such as cocktails are around $19. Bottles of wine are between $75 to $240, with glasses of wine costing from $16 to $50 each.
The prix fixe menu is three courses and $65.95 per head however the price goes up to $115.95 if alcoholic drinks are to be included. If you want dinner at Hells Kitchen, the prix fixe options begin at $85.95 without alcohol and has practically the same menu as the lunch.
Side dishes are around $13.95 each and if you want to buy some of the signature dishes that you see being made on the show, they cost a lot more.
Las Vegas location price reveal!
Hell’s Kitchen is on the Las Vegas strip at Caesars Palace. It is the world’s first Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen restaurant and is based on the television series set. Many fans of the show have travelled across the world to eat at the restaurant and are willing to pay extortionate prices for the experience.
If you’re wanting to go for the experience but looking for some of the cheaper options on the menu, then we have you covered. The cheapest salad on the menu, the Caesar, costs $19.95, $25.95 with grilled chicken. The pumpkin soup costs $14.95.
Hell’s Kitchen during coronavirus
Though the television show reveals a lot of drama, the actual restaurant has some very positive reviews. Most of the reviews on Yelp praised how the restaurant has dealt with the covid situation. The restaurant has a 4.5-star rating.
The restaurant is now using hand sanitiser, social distancing between tables, disposable menus and masks, contact-free serving and fingertip covers to serve plates. This is crucial for the longevity of the restaurant in the post-pandemic world.