My journey for cuisine began years ago out of my love for cooking. I would watch videos and try new recipes which then led me on a new journey to explore restaurants and dive deeper into the world of cuisine. I began photographing the dishes, as well as the restaurant interior and uploading them onto Google, where I also write short reviews on my overall visit.
I have to say, I love my tasty travels. Food brings people together and knowing that so many rely on reviews and photos makes me want to continue contributing in any way I can.
A Trip to Vegas
I’m a native New Yorker (Brooklyn) but currently live in Central Florida. And I love to travel. Just last year, I went to Las Vegas for my 30th Birthday and stayed at the beautiful Aria Resort and Casino. Before arriving, I knew that I had to try Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen which is located in Caesars Palace. I made reservations a few weeks prior and upon arrival, I was not disappointed. The interior was very contemporary chic, littered with mood lighting giving off soft golden hues. Stunning glass marble style tile floors with comfortable large leather back chairs. The restaurant is set up like the show where the kitchen takes center stage. You are able to see the blue team against the red where choruses of orders ring out and you can witness the chefs putting together the masterpieces that will soon grace your plate. I sat in the back part of the restaurant with large glass windows giving you a lovely view of Las Vegas.
My meal began with a Caesar Salad which was fresh, crunchy and came with a to die for dressing that was so deliciously creamy giving you a tang and zip you’re not sure to forget. My appetizer was the Butter Poached Lobster Risotto that had so much flavor and was cooked to absolute perfection.
The main course was a stunning Jidori Chicken Scallopini that was incredibly moist with a deep depth of flavor putting it miles ahead of your run of mill chicken dish. I also ordered a side of Marconi & Cheese that was made with Smoked Gouda and Crispy Prosciutto. Lastly, we come to dessert that was an unexpected but decadent surprise. Gordon’s well-known Sticky Toffee Pudding was rich, luscious and a perfect ending to my meal. As someone who usually goes for a chocolate dessert, this went above and beyond anything I have ever had, and I look forward to trying it again. If you find yourself visiting the bright lights of Las Vegas for a quick work trip or a celebration of some sort, Hell’s Kitchen should be on your list of restaurants to try. You will not be disappointed.