Tuesday, January 07, 2020

Kansas City Gordon Ramsay Casino Steakhouse Burnt By Kansas City Magazine

FINALLY, we've got savory beef to share . . .

"The disparity between the exceptional showmanship and service carried out by the front of house and the lackluster product coming out of the kitchen is perplexing, though I can guess at how the cracks have appeared."

Translation . . . Finally locals are served payback for the horrific tradition of paying kitchen help consistently low wages.

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Gordon Ramsay's swanky new KC spot is more sizzle than steak

Photos by Zach Bauman It makes sense that the new Gordon Ramsay Steak is located inside a Kansas City casino. Where else would you put a restaurant that has as much razzle-dazzle as a Vegas showgirl? And Gordon Ramsay Steak is meant to dazzle, from the gilded portraits of the eponymous chef in action on the walls and the oversized...

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

No thanks.

Anonymous said...

Although the Ramsey concept may work in tourist hot spots like Las Vegas, it is not sustainable in Kansas City. One look at the menu and you will know why. Many people are not going to have money for both the casino and the high priced food. This is why the previous steak house in the same location closed.

Anonymous said...

What is a burt?

Anonymous said...

So an phony English Tantrum Tosser fails to impress people in the part of the Country that Steak comes from, eh?

Anonymous said...

Gordon Ramsay is very overrated as is this so called resturant bearing his name.

Anonymous said...

^^Why is it a "so called restaurant" What else is it? You fucking idiot.

Anonymous said...

^^^^YOU fucktard, just because a place says it's a restaurant does not mean it's is one in the true sense of things.

Anonymous said...

^^What's "one in the true sense of things" then, and how can this one NOT be?!?! OMG! Are you fucking retarded or stupor dave?

Anonymous said...

I am sure it is good but I am not driving up to Choteau for a Steak Dinner..

Anonymous said...

There are people who would eat a shoe if it were covered in enough sauce and presented with a fine wine - ha ha.

Anonymous said...

Hang on 3:07 as I knock you the fuck out.

The Cambridge and other dictionaries say that "literally" can be used as an emphasis on something. But there is another term: "in the true sense of the word or in the true sense of things or the thing", which is to mean it has a quite similar meaning to "literally" in this sense. Literally could have been used in the sentence but was not but to honest you display such stupidity I doubt you know what the word "Literally" would have meant. You're just one of those fucktards who never adds shit to anything but just hasn't learned when to shut the fuck up either.

Anonymous said...

Okay, @6:31, we're waiting!
Go ahead, knock @3:07 out!
I mean, Dude, we're all "literally" waiting!

Anonymous said...

I’ve had the pleasure of eating at four Ramsey restaurants, two in America and two in Britain. Three were outstanding; one in Britain wasn’t so good. The KC version should be good and it’s too bad if it’s not. I’d hate to see it fail. If you do go, get the Sticky Toffee Pudding for dessert. It’s amazing.

Anonymous said...

Toby Kieth's bar at Harrah's didn't last long either. Cripes he wanted $16 for a fuckin' bologna sandwich.