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Gordon Ramsay BurGR

3667 Las Vegas Blvd S Las Vegas, NV 89109

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4.5 out of 5
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  • Gordon Ramsay BurGRPro 2014
    Richard
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    4 Apr 12, 2014

    Good burger but don't expect top quality, burger range from $12 to 15,but fries and shake cost more than $10 is a first for me. Don't come here too hungry, you better off eating buffet to get your money worth. Lunch and dinner is the same price.

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  • Gordon Ramsay BurGRPro 2014
    Verlisia
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    4 Apr 12, 2014

    This new burger joint at Planet Hollywood is good news for late night snackers. Who could resist getting gourmet burger 1 in the morning after a long day on the strip?

    The 'Gordon Ramsay' brand doesn't mean much to me. I have been to far to many restaurants named after celebrity chefs that offers nothing more than just gimmickry over-priced mediocre food. I am happy BurGr isn't one of those places. The burgers I tried were actually quite good especially the portobello one (Earth Burger). The mushrooms were so juicy and flavorful that it almost rivals a slice of real beef patty. Buns were nicely toasted with good spongy texture. Rest of the toppings were fresh. The normal beef one I had (Hells' Kitchen) was good but not exceptional.

    Granted the food is still fairly expensive for what is it (~$15 for a burger) but at least the price isn't too far off from other Vegas restaurants located on prime strip locations.

    My major complaint is the upkeep of the restaurant. It is a fairly new establishment but the seats and tables are already look like they have seen better days. The utensils and plates were not dried properly and have very oblivious watermarks on them. Cleanliness could be a bit of a concern for this very busy place.

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  • Gordon Ramsay BurGRAmbassadorPro 2014
    Stanley Chan
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    5 Apr 12, 2014

    Creme Brule Oreo milk shake! Seriously, one of the most guilty pleasures in the world for those with a sweet tooth! You can't miss this one! So devilishly refreshing!

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    Robin Vincent
    5 Jun 23, 2013

    Soooooo Good. Great Atmoshere.

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