Confirmed: Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips Opens at The Linq Promenade in 2015

It wasn’t exactly a well-kept secret, but Caesars Entertainment has now confirmed Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips will open at The Linq shopping promenade in the spring of 2015. Here’s some rendering goodness.

Update: As of August 2015, there’s been no news whatsoever about this restaurant. We’re predicting financial troubles at the Linq promenade have resulted in Ramsay and his team pulling the plug on plans for a restaurant at this location. Inquiries with Caesars Entertainment have gone unanswered.

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips Las Vegas

British phone box trivia: Other phone boxes can be found at The Mirage (where “Love” is performed) and at Caesars. There, a British phone box serves as a secret entrance to “Absinthe.”

The new restaurant is described as a “grab-and-go British comfort food venue.”

This will be the “Hell’s Kitchen” star’s third restaurant in Las Vegas. In descending order of how much we like them, there’s also BurGR at Planet Hollywood, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace.

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips will be a petite 740-square-feet, and will be located adjacent to the High Roller Ferris wheel.

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips

Don’t get too comfortable, this is “takeaway-style.” Bonus trivia: Fish and chip shops are sometimes called “chippies” in British slang.

Fish and chips will obviously be the star of the show at Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips, but other British comfort food will also be served, including bangers and mash, chicken planks, sausages and seafood chowder. So, yeah, this blog will be having the fish and chips.

Gordon Ramsay has a strong track record in his Las Vegas collaborations with Caesars Entertainment, so we expect Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips will be a successful addition to the already strong dining options at The Linq. As long as Gordon Ramsay doesn’t call us a donkey for not eating our mushy peas.

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  • I think the Absinthe phone booth is a shade of green. Possibly chartreuse, which is an alcohol of a slightly different color.

    • Scott Roeben

      Wow. I think you’re right. OK, I’ve changed my info. to reflect that it’s a phone box of some color, although not necessarily red. Thanks for the reminder!

  • John Colson

    Err… not wanting to be one of ‘those’ people… but considering my heritage I thought I ought to let you know that it’s ‘Chippy’ or ‘Chippies’… not Chippers. Thats means something else more related to gardening.

    • Scott Roeben

      I appreciate your being one of those people. Wikipedia has both, but I’d rather share the one a human has personal knowledge of, so thanks for the info.

  • FYMYAWF

    Nice. Hopefully it’ll be open late. Nothing better than fish and chips when you’re drunk. If it’s half as good as BurGR I’ll be one of those in line on my March trip.