Hell's Kitchen now open in Dubai

Gordon Ramsay's Las Vegas restaurant is open at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai

Hell's Kitchen now open in Dubai

Hell’s Kitchen is now up and running in Dubai, and we’ve been along to take a look.

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The restaurant from famous chef Gordon Ramsay is now open at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, and it’s serving up plenty of tasty British-inspired dishes.

Already in existence at the original Caesars Palace hotel in Las Vegas, the Hell’s Kitchen restaurant is designed to look and feel like you’re on the set of the eponymous TV show, which has birthed some of potty-mouthed, Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay’s most memorable (and unpublishable) put-downs as he attempts to whip a team of aspiring chefs into shape.

Billed as an “experiential and immersive destination restaurant”, we’re promised “show-stopping theatre and world-class cooking”, and we can’t wait to check it out.

Dishes on the menu have, as you’d expect, a British theme, and include Ramsay’s world-famous beef Wellington (pictured, top), Eggs in Purgatory (a shakshouka-esque plate), the Hell’s Kitchen Burger and classic British desserts.

It’s the second restaurant for Ramsay in the city, joining Bread Street Kitchen in Dubai’s Atlantis The Palm, and the man in the kitchen over at Bluewaters is Craig Best, formerly head chef at Jason’s Atherton’s Marina Social.

Other restaurants opening at the Caesars property include Bacchanal Buffet, which was named best buffet restaurant in Las Vegas twice by USA today. There will also be The Piazza, serving cakes and snacks, poolbar and grill The Sandbar, and Cleo’s Table, which will serve up a fusion of Mediterranean and Arabic dishes. Plus Cove Beach is also now open at, so the crowds look set to flock across to the new island.

Check out when we went to visit the brand-new island.

With tried-and-tested dishes, a prime setting next to the world’s largest ferris wheel and a brand-new island, we’re sure Ramsay’s not having nightmares about this kitchen.
Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, Bluewaters, www.caesars.com/dubai.

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