A couple of years back, for my twentieth birthday, I gathered with my family at Anna Vincenzo’s – an unassuming but incredible Italian restaurant in Boca Raton, Florida.
While quite modest from the outside, the experience would include shouting, cursing, the smashing of kitchenware and finally an inevitable serving of one of the best bowls of penne pasta that I’d ever had.
Surprisingly, all the noise and commotion didn’t come from my loud Italian family – it was world-famous chef Gordon Ramsay, who was filming an episode of Kitchen Nightmares at the restaurant.
The owner of over a dozen restaurants across the world – in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Europe, the United States, the Middle East and Asia – there is one location that, according to a USA Today report, Ramsay felt “left out” of: Las Vegas.
For those in on cheap flights to Las Vegas this spring, check out the opening of Ramsay’s 274-seat steak house at the Paris Las Vegas Resort. In addition to what will probably be the most delicious steak in the city, the menu will also feature popular UK dishes like fish and chips and shepherd’s pie.