This small feast included: Fish and Chips with an extra
This small feast included: Fish and Chips with an extra Single Shrimp and two sauces Gordon's Tartar and Sriracha Aioli, Fries [Truffle, Parmesan Cheese, Chives, Parsley], and finally his legendary Sticky Toffee Shake. Overall, I really liked it and would definitely go back if I was in the area. The fish was super fresh with a very tasty breading, and the tartar sauce was not too overwhelming. It's located in the ally by the LINQ, and not too far from the Brooklyn Bowl. Enjoy!
We didn't get to experience this place like I wanted
We didn't get to experience this place like I wanted because of a time crunch and our vow renewal, but we needed some good food fast before the ceremony, and this place was right across from our hotel. We did do take out and run back to the room to eat, but damn it was good! Not too greasy, but definitely fried to perfection, wonderful seasoning, and perfect for a quick fill up! Sorry for the lackluster pics, but we were starving! Fish and chips, and shrimp and chips. Both a win!
Our server jerry was amazing.
Very friendly. Brought our food on time. Food was really good.
Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips can get crowded really quickly.
And then, you'd be waiting for quite a while for the food to arrive. And, the only available seating would be outside (a bit of a shame during the winter). Luckily for us, we snagged a spot indoors and got our food promptly. We ordered the fried lobster/shrimp (2 of each), along with fried fish (cod) on the side. It comes with fries, as is expected. For any lover of fried foods, this has to be a fantastic experience. I wouldn't count myself as one of those; so it wasn't an out of the ordinary food experience, but it certainly satisfied the two of us. First off, it's a relatively inexpensive dish to have for two. And, the fish and shrimps are well worth it. The lobster: I am going to be honest. I didn't quite know if I was meant to eat the crispy shell, or not. I did it anyway, because that's 80% of the food right there! The crispy taste of it all grows a little tiring after a few bites, and that's what when the sauces are meant to turn into the MVP. The mango chutney is fine. The Gordon's Tartar sauce is a better choice. Good meal. But it does get tiring a bit fast: not the kind you want to have all too often, however.
I love deep fried food so this place totally hit the spot.
We tried Gordon's Combo, the crafted lemonade, and fish-wich.Everything was fried to perfection; the batter itself is flavourful and you don't need any condiments, but the sauces on offer are awesome (particularly the mango curry, and garlic aioli). I loved that the food was not greasy. We paid around $40 for the above which I thought was fairly reasonable given the portion sizes. Would definitely recommend trying this place out, even if you're not a big fish and chips fan (like me!).
I was excited to try the fish and chips here since I'm a
I was excited to try the fish and chips here since I'm a Gordon Ramsay fan. I was definitely disappointed and will not be back. First off, there is virtually no seating at all. Maybe enough for 20 people tops. I still chose to go, hoping a seat would free up by the time my food arrived, and it didn't. I ordered the fish and chips and got the chips dirty as well as a soft drink and the total was $30. I did not feel that I got a $30 meal. The breading on the fish was not cooked enough, so it was mushy in spots and stuck to my mouth and fingers. The chips were good, except that there was very little of the "dirty" on them. There was supposed to be cheddar cheese and I saw less then 6 tiny shreds a of cheese. All in all, was not worth the money. I can't believe I'm about to say this, but I've honestly had better meals at fast food joints like Captain D's.
When you walk in and see the fish and chips being made
When you walk in and see the fish and chips being made fresh, you know you're in for a good treat. The casual ambiance makes it a quick and easy place to get your food, eat it inside or take it outside. Service moved as quick as they could and you get to watch the fish and chips get freshly made in front of your eyes as you wait for your order. There's something satisfying about watch big pieces of fish go into the batter and then into the fryer and then bought up and packed into a box on top of a bed of freshly cooked fries. The fish was cooked perfectly with just a small amount of seasoning (there could be more based on Gordon Ramsay's standards) to ensure that it isn't too salty. The fries were crispy and hefty and the tarter sauce was creamy and a perfect dip for the fish. I thoroughly enjoyed this casual meal and am glad that another has opened in New York where I'm from.
This was the most disappointing meal I have ever had on the
This was the most disappointing meal I have ever had on the Strip- and I have lived here since 2007! It was inedible. I had the fried shrimp, truffle fries and sweet tea. The tea was good. The shrimp nor fries were actually warm, which makes since that there was a massive pile of fish, lobster and shrimp on the servers section that they selected from so who knows how long any of it was there. (Lord help those with allergies) The shrimp was over battered and plain greasy. The fries were advertised with flecks of truffle, which is not the case in real life, the smell was so over powering that it made the whole meal nausea inducing. The cocktail sauce was flavorless, as opposed to the "bold" advertised, and the Dijon mayonnaise was fatty flavorless. The meal was $18.99, plus $3 for fries and $3.99 for an iced tea. Over all- $25.98 for something that I just threw away. Go to In N Out down the Linq. At least cheaper, healthier and not a fat greasy pile of bland.
Even if you got money to spend, this is one of places not
Even if you got money to spend, this is one of places not to spend your money. Long John Silvers has the same fish and chips and tastes the same. Service is normal for a place like this. Very small place. Overall, skip it.
Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips is located at the Linq Promenade.
This is a fast food style restaurant. Wait in line to order your food, and pick it up when your number is called. Seating is very limited both inside and outside. Watch out for the pigeons if you eat outside!The fish and chips were good. If you want a quick meal I recommend coming here. The fish and chips were freshly made. You can pay with Caesars rewards points.
We visited Gordon Ramsays fish & chips on a Friday. The line went fast! Huge portions for the 3 piece cod. Great sauces. Fish was not greasy at all, perfect batter. Would recommend
Stopped for a quick bite before a show. Had the fish and chips with parmesan. Hubby really liked the fish, I enjoyed the chips more than the fish.
Fast food a La gordon Ramsey
Great concept of British fast food!
Gordon Ramsey knows how things work.
Recommended but a bit pricey
4/5 by Kelli
We came here for a quick dinner before a tour. After getting our food, the limited seating was full so we walked into the Flamingo and ate it at tables in their food court. I don’t eat seafood so I got the chicken strips & regular fries with southwest ranch and sriracha Mayo as my sauces. The chicken was super crispy and tasty, and the sauces were perfect accompaniments. Fries were good too. My mom enjoyed her fish. We enjoyed it overall.
Stopped by after our initial reservation didn’t go ask planned. Ordered traditional fish and chips. All was fresh and delicious!
4/5 by M D C
There is always a line up to go here. The line goes quickly and you get your food quick. The fish is light and crispy and the fish is very moist. There is little to no place to sit and eat and very few places to stand either. It is a very small place in the Linq promenade. My husband and I shared a 3 piece meal and it was more than enough of you are not to hungry.
Loved the Fish and chips and added a piece of lobster too! Breading was awesome and flavorful, location had a great, sat outside to eat and enjoyed watching the people walk by!
Loved the fish and chips!
Loved the fish and chips! Went there for a lunch one day and between the 6 of us we had all the options of protein and chips, so we all shared and got to try all options. They were all as good as the next. Please note that it is a counter service style restaurant and has very little seating.
Too notch fish and chips
This is a small fish and chips venue in the alley walkway next to the Linq. Your order is prepared after it is submitted. The fish are top notch (served with tartar sauce and malt vinegar) and the chips fresh and crisp. A great place for a meal or a snack, and affordable in Vegas.
Simply not good enough!
If ever there was a case of taking advantage then this is it. Lunchtime - on my own - no seats at all and no room at the few counter tops available. The cost was $28.54 for three small pieces of fish, which with all the batter around them made it look as though there was a reasonable portion of fish - there wasn't? The batter was nothing special. Plus the chips were average - some overdone, some underdone. OK, I might have got the end of a batch. The sauces were pretty bad. The "signature" tartar sauce tasted rancid, and the aoli mayonnaise had clearly been left out too long. Don't even talk to me about the terrible soft drink dispenser. It took me 4 attempts before I got something that tasted other than water. In the words of another customer, who said to his companion as he left "never again!" Fish and chips in the UK has moved on dramatically in the past decade or so. Nobody here seems to have noticed. Mr Ramsay needs to get a grip on this place.
Honestly, we are big Gordon Ramsay fans, so I am a bit biased. We order to go and walk back to our hotel and the food was still warm and delicious. Chips are not the best honestly but the Lobster tail, prawns, and fish were very very good. The batter was a bit thick for my liking but still, all was delicious.
JULY / AUGUST 2022 EVENT #2: SEAFOOD AND REGULAR / DIRTY
JULY / AUGUST 2022 EVENT #2: SEAFOOD AND REGULAR / DIRTY CHIPSWhen I was staying at the Flamingo in the first week of August I noticed this place, which is on the Flamingo side yet the address of this place is technically different than the Flamingo. I wanted to order from this place as of all the celebrity chefs in Las Vegas, Gordon Ramsey's eateries are where I have eaten the most. However during the trip I never thought I would become a pescatarian. The night before on a Sunday evening I had a seafood pasta for dinner. The following Monday evening I was going to dinner for seafood. Yet for Monday lunch I came here to order seafood. This place is unlike other fish and chips joint. Yes you can order fish but you the opportunity or order lobster & shrimp, sausage, or chicken with your chips. Also you can select the standard chips at no additional cost or order the "dirty" chips $3 extra. On Monday I ordered fish but choose the "dirty" chips that consisted of truffle, parmesan cheese, chives, and parsley. The breading on the fish is crispy yet not oily while the fish was meaty. However the "dirty" chips made the fries eventually soggy. I wasn't planning to come here again so soon during my trip but when I saw the lobster and shrimp box combination I knew I needed to come here again. That is what I did two days later on Wednesday for lunch when I ordered the lobster and shrimp combination. I made two changes that day. First I ordered the regular chips that included sea salt. Second for one of the dipping sauces I ordered selected mango curry. I am not a curry fan but in Vegas you need to take a gamble. The lobster comes with a whole tail, but I also ordered an extra lobster tail, which consists of half a tail. The surprise was dipping the shrimp in the mango curry. The combination of the two matched well together in terms of taste. I tried the lobster tail with the mango curry, but the taste wasn't as delightful when I dipped the shrimp into the mango curry. There are all these fancy trends with fries but the standard chips with sea salt is the best way to way to eat with your fish or seafood.This eatery is located in the LINQ Promenade, which was convenient for me as I was staying at the Flamingo. If you are craving for fish and chips that has a twist of different type of meats and dipping sauces you can select, Gordan Ramsey Fish & Chips is a place I can recommend.
Gordon Ramsay I can't believe you have your name attached
1/5 by M V.
Gordon Ramsay I can't believe you have your name attached to this dump. Files everywhere inside and out. Trash cans were overflowing and it was completely dirty and messy inside and out. The food was hot but it all fell apart once a bite was taken. Totally not worth the price you charge. Will not be going back even if the food was free! Gordon Ramsay, the fish and chips were so disgusting, if you take it to England you'll get arrested.
This is a no-frills Gordon Ramsay restaurant location in
This is a no-frills Gordon Ramsay restaurant location in the outdoor area near Linq. It's counter-service only and when we went, there were no tables inside, just stand-up tables outside.$16.99 for fish and chips: they were great, fried nicely, and well-seasoned. As for the lobster tail for $8.99, it was good too. It was pricey for what we got but, of course, we expect that for a Gordon Ramsay fast-food restaurant on the Las Vegas strip.
= L O C A T I O N =This fancy chippy is in the LINQ
= L O C A T I O N =This fancy chippy is in the LINQ Promenade, convenient to (obviously) the LINQ, Harrah's, and Flamingo. Inside, it's rather narrow, and and set up as a grab and go. There's not much seating inside, and only a few bar stools set up outside with no shade. Out in the Promenade, there aren't many places to sit either, which is rather inconvenient. = S E R V I C E =Service is pretty standard, and the food comes out quick. Side note: don't know if this is normal, or if they just didn't have the syrups, but it was funny to me that they had a fancy soda dispenser with all of the alternate flavor options unavailable.= F O O D =+ FISH BOX ($20): The 3 pieces it comes with are hefty. There wasn't much taste to the fish itself, but the batter was nice. The sauces are decent- I got the tartar and dijon mayo. The whole box was too much for me, I should have shared it. // (3/5)+ DIRTY #1 (+$3): I got the spicy fry variety, with jalapeno, chorizo, cojita, red onion. I enjoyed the dirty fries better than the fish, but they still were not very special. // (3.5/5)You're definitely paying for the Gordon Ramsay name, but it's an ok quick bite for when you are craving some nosh. =======================================Food: 4 // Service: 3 // Environment: 2 // Price: 3
Ordered the fish and chips, but it was very bland.
Batter was soggy and came off. Thank goodness they had hot sauce and malt vinegar.
Always good food and service here.
I get the 3pc cod and fries when im here. Comes with sm. Drink too. Pricey but always good quality food.
Been wanting to try this place for some time after hearing
Been wanting to try this place for some time after hearing great things. Definitely did not disappoint.After ordering only had to wait 5 minutes to get my meal. Quality of food was great especially when taking into consideration that. It was a time where there was not really a line so do keep in mind it might take a bit longer in other circumstances.My only con was the price. A fish and chips meal ended up costing $25. I understand being on the strip along with the name behind this increases it, I just feel it does make me hesitate to constantly come back here.
We loved this place. This is a go to place when visiting Las Vegas.
I think I was just expecting something amazing because it
I think I was just expecting something amazing because it is one of Gordon Ramsay's restaurants, but sadly it was underwhelming for me. I got the fish and chips with dirty fries #2 and 2 pieces of shrimp added. Everything was very crispy and the seafood did taste fresh enough. However, the thick batter absorbed too much oil and it was very hard to finish for me. Signature tartar sauce and the mango curry sauce did help cut the oily-ness, but the overall meal was just too heavy. To sum it up, this place was just ok but I don't think it was worth $40 + tip for this meal.
I have to admit that I was skeptical, normally these
I have to admit that I was skeptical, normally these (insert chef name here) restaurants are usually sub-par but this place surprised me. First off this place pops off and gets busy and will more than likely have a wait when you visit. If you arent ready for that maybe try during off hours. But it is worth the wait, and they move as quickly as they can, my advice is when it's your turn be ready with your order to keep the line flowing. On my visit, I got the standard Fish & Chips box. You can upgrade your fries to a few different varieties but I wanted to keep it simple. You get a lot of food so be ready to take some back to where you are staying or have a big appetite. The fish is nice and flakey and the batter was not overdone and held up nicely. Fries were a great complement and seasoned well. I got three sauces, tartar, cocktail, and mango curry. The mango curry was the stand-out here but it was nice to have options. If you are on the fence just pay the fifty cents for an additional sauce or two. It was a big meal and left me full as well, thankfully I was able to walk it off on the strip. The seating here is very limited, a little tip is to head into the Flamingo and go to their food court and enjoy the nice AC and seating there. This place should have been a 5-star but the price point kept me from it. The Fish& Chips box, an extra sauce, and a beer cost me about $33.00 bucks. That is pretty expensive, but it is Vegas and I am sure the rent in this spot isn't cheap. CHEERS!!!!
Soggy and smelly foods!Soggy and smelly foods!Soggy and
Soggy and smelly foods!Soggy and smelly foods!Soggy and smelly foods!Soggy and smelly foods!Overpriced!
Fish was ok but very greasy, service was great.
Fries were greasy also . The bottle water was excellent though...
Perfect place to eat fish and chips.
Maybe i like gordon ramsay and liked this restaurant ! Perfect quick service
I like Gordon, but this a no.
Ordered the box with fish plus the dirty fries - the chives one. Fish was very greasy and the tartar sauce needed more pazzazz. The fries were good hence the 2 stars and the line moved quickly.
I got the shrimp combo plus a piece of fish with tartar
I got the shrimp combo plus a piece of fish with tartar sauce and cocktail sauce. I thought it was just alright. Maybe my expectations were too high from all the rave reviews but I've had better fries, better fried shrimp, and better fried fish elsewhere. The shrimp was plump and juicy with a nice snap but the batter was very greasy and would separate completely while eating. The fish was flaky and juicy but the batter brought it down a bit too. Tartar sauce was okay, needed more brightness I think and the cocktail sauce was not different enough from regular ketchup in my opinion. It's a good option if you're craving some fried food or looking for an affordable meal (relative to prices of restaurants on the strip. Kind of overpriced for what it is), but I wouldn't go out of your way to get it and I probably wouldn't go back.
how gordon can talk to ACTUAL chefs about how they care
how gordon can talk to ACTUAL chefs about how they care about food and then have HORRIBLE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE ppl work at his place and serve up shit and them defend it? gordon sucks. He has always sucked. And all you sheep should go elsewhere. Hes a oligarch
Seriously, don't bother, unless you like overpriced,
Seriously, don't bother, unless you like overpriced, greasy, over breaded fish and soggy chips. Was pretty disappointed with the shrimp and lobster (only 2 overly breaded shrimp, and one small lobster tail, split in half to make it look like more, with the shell still on and way over breaded.)
1/5 by clare
Well what can I say in a city that doesn’t sleep I wonder why this was shut before 8pm
So was looking forward to having a piece of home seeing as Hell’s Kitchen is so expensive but no closed so disappointed
Very small dining area with 2 regular dining chairs and
Very small dining area with 2 regular dining chairs and some high bar chairs with TVs on the walls to sit, relax, and enjoy your food. We ordered and a very minimal wait time later our number was called. The sticky toffee shake was sweet but not too overpowering. Definitely drink water between sips. The Arnold Palmer was also refreshing. A perfect mix of tea and lemonade. We got the fish and chips box with dirty #1, with red onions and jalapeños. I am normally wary of anything with jalapeños but these weren't crazy spicy. It added a nice crunch and kick to the fries. Our second box was the shrimp and lobster, added on 1 chicken, and dirty #2, truffle fries. I'm not sure if they intend to do this but the fries aren't crispy. And it's at the bottom of the box so I guess it's meant to soak up any oil that comes off of the meat products. Overall it was a great meal with fast and friendly service and I'm so happy we came here for an early dinner.
We have tried all of his restaurants in Vegas except Hells Kitchen so far. Only downside to this spot is there is never anywhere to sit and eat. You have to stand around outside eating like a hobo. Not an issue if its just you but with kids its a problem. You would think they would have gotten a spot with just a little sitting area.
Came here for a late lunch around 2 pm but it was still very busy. I had the classic fish and chips. Lightly battered but very tasty. 3 pieces and fries for $18.
Very very good! Highly recommend.
Fish and chips are spot on. Long line at times moves quickly. Tip: unless your both starving, a couple could share one box of fish and chips. Plenty and it's filling.
Food was not that good and over fried. We had the shrimp and lobster and could not find the lobster. Also the beer was warm.Way over priced.