Three Kick-Ass Burgers at Gordon Ramsay’s BurGR

Business is booming at Gordon Ramsay’s BurGR at Planet Hollywood, and for good reason. The burgers are reliably good, and the cocktails and desserts are icing on the cake.

Gordon Ramsay’s BurGR is such a hit, in fact, we hear a yet-to-be-announced expansion of the 5,660-square-foot restaurant is in the works. The planned expansion is likely to swallow up the abutting Extra Lounge, although the details aren’t available at the moment. (Please keep the bar, Planet Hollywood. We’ve had great luck on those video poker machines.) Once closed, the Extra Lounge brand is likely to be relocated, possibly to The Linq.

BurGR

We’re not sure why they capitalized the “GR” in BurGR. We should ask Gordon Ramsay, whose initials, by the way, are “GR.”

Celebrity Chef Gordon Ramsay has two other restaurants on The Strip with his name on them, Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Palace.

Since good things come in threes, here are three stand-out burgers at BurGR.

1. Farm Burger

The Farm Burger ($15) boasts a pattie made of a blend of three meats: chuck (50%), short rib (25%) and brisket (25%). The Farm Burger is topped with duck breast bacon, English sharp cheddar cheese and a fried egg.

BurGR

BurGR burgers are grilled over apple and alder wood. The restaurant opens at 11:00 a.m., so technically, that’s morning wood.

2. Hell’s Kitchen Burger

Named after Chef Ramsay’s popular reality show, the Hell’s Kitchen Burger ($14) again has a three-meat pattie, plus asadero cheese, roasted jalapeno peppers, avocado and oven-roasted tomatoes.

Hell's Kitchen burger

“Hell’s Kitchen” has been on Fox for 11 seasons and 165 episodes. Every episode has included at least one word starting with the letter “f.”

3. Damnation Chicken Burger

The Damnation Chicken Burger is dressed with fiery hot mayo, maytag bleu cheese, celery and carrot slaw.

Damnation Burger

You may want to order this one with a side of fire extinguisher.

Whichever burger you try, save room for a BurGR shake! Our favorite is named “Shake #4” ($9) with crème brûlée pudding on top and Oreo shake down below. While $9 might sound a bit steep for a shake, remember, the funky accent marks over the letters in “crème brûlée” are included at no additional charge.

BurGR shake

The aforementioned fire extinguisher.

See the full BurGR menu on the restaurant’s official site.

Make sure to show your Total Rewards player’s club card to get a buck off just about everything on the menu.

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  • Udo D.

    I went to this place ONCE and never again.
    I never go to understand that the Cutlery what you gone a get to eat with.
    Before it placed on the Table were stored down to the seats untli the Tables
    gone to be cleaned.As I asked the Waiter if this is normal procedure he starts
    a disscusion and acting unfriendley and unprofessional.
    It is just disgusting when you know that the Cutlery you able to eat with comes from a place were peoples Backsides use to be.
    Never Again Thanks !!!!

    • vitalvegas

      Sorry to hear that. That seems like Restaurant 101.

    • Me

      Your grammar needs help….I am not clear what you were saying.

  • Judie steinberg

    I loved the onion rings with the parm regiano and chives but the fish and potato crisp sandwich was very disappointing. The thick bread, thick breading on the cod, was buried in a mountain of tarter sauce. The sprinkle sized potato crisps were sprinkled over the soggy mess making them unattainable and inedible. The service was slow so I pealed everything back and ate the fish. Two ice teas, two sandwiches and onion rings was 70.00 with tip. I won’t be back unless I crave the onion rings.

    • Appreciate hearing your thoughts. We’ve always enjoyed our meals there.