Hell's Kitchen at Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai.
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DUBAI – Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen restaurant makes its fiery debut in Dubai, marking the second global outpost and first-of-its-kind in the Middle East.
Located at the Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai, Hell’s Kitchen is inspired by the international hit television show, and serves the same world-class cooking that made its Las Vegas counterpart a runaway success when it launched in January 2018.
Created by multi-Michelin starred chef and TV star Gordon Ramsay, the experiential and immersive destination restaurant is a must-see city attraction for tourists and GCC residents alike.
Guests are transported to the studio set via interior flourishes such as the signature fiery pitchfork direct from the set and Hell’s Kitchen iconic “H” to pitchfork symbols cleverly featured in custom-designed, laser cut screen partitions and gold monogram wallpaper.
Every detail, from the plating to make each dish look just the same as on the television, to stamped cutlery sourced direct from Las Vegas, make guests feel as if they are part of the hit series.
With design features engaging all senses and a nod to both the red and blue teams featured on the show, the dynamic and bustling kitchen is the centerpiece of this unique eatery to be enjoyed and appreciated from every seat in the house.
Chefs and cooks are kitted out in the exact Hell’s Kitchen show uniforms – red and blue jackets with coordinating bandanas – but with a key difference.
While in the series outfits denoted male or female teams, at Hell’s Kitchen Dubai the jacket colours showcase which team member prepares what; team blue, is on cold starters and desserts, while the reds prepare the hot starters and main dishes.
In charge of the dynamic kitchen team, Head Chef Craig Best leads under the guidance of Christina Wilson, winner of Hell’s Kitchen Season 10 and Executive Chef of Gordon Ramsay Restaurant Group.
“Fans of the show have been asking us to open a Hell’s Kitchen restaurant for a very long time and after the huge success of Hell’s Kitchen Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, I’m delighted to bring the magic to Dubai such a vibrant, exciting city,” said Gordon Ramsay. “As part of the Caesars Bluewaters Dubai resort, Hell’s Kitchen will bring a whole new level, flames and all, to an already buzzing food scene.”
“Caesars Entertainment is proud of our near decade long relationship with Gordon Ramsay which has now grown to 9 restaurants globally, with our first collaboration in one of the most dynamic cities in the world,” said Chief Marketing Officer of Caesars Entertainment, Chris Holdren.
Open everyday for breakfast, lunch and dinner, several of the most successful signature menu items featured on the television show and Hell’s Kitchen Las Vegas can be found at Hell’s Kitchen Dubai.
At breakfast, a combination of authentic Emirati specialties nod to its new UAE location alongside Western classics, and a freshly squeezed and detox juice bar.
One item guaranteed to start the day right is Eggs in Purgatory, a famed Ramsay dish sure to make the same impact in Dubai. At lunch and dinner, Hell’s Kitchen signatures including Pan Seared Scallops, Lobster Risotto, Beef Wellington and Sticky Toffee Pudding will sit alongside dishes created exclusively for the new destination restaurant. PR
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