I am not a foodie, unless a custom order at In and Out burger qualifies. Food networks aren't usual fare on the Rose airwaves, but I do admit if a cooking show happens to be on, I'm inexplicably drawn to the artistry of the process.
Recent events have allowed me a glimpse into the foodie world and now I TOTALLY get it.
I have entered the realm of:
Last night my world was forever changed when I ate at Gordon Ramsay's Steak House at the Paris in Las Vegas.
Want a bite?
Start with the Ferris Wheel of meat and choose your cut.
Yes, it's real meat.
Fun fact: Our waiter said they keep the cuts on display for about two days until they start to go brown. The wheel hangs out in the fridge between showings for all of you freaking out about potential weird meat odor during the presentation.
Segue way to the salad. Bacon wheels and green goddess dressing - sigh.
See the breads up there? Every one of them is a different gourmet treat like bacon roll, mushroom roll, cheese bread, lemon focaccia. Even the butter was otherworldly delish.
And now for Gordon Ramsay's signature dish - Beef Wellington. I'm not a rare steak person, but this was so melt-in-your-mouth crazy good, I went for it.
They really went overboard with the veggies - NOT - so sides were called for. Citrus glazed asparagus and life-changing, ginger-garlic glazed shiitake mushrooms and leeks.
The mushrooms are MANDATORY - it's a quality of life issue.
Food coma - YES. Ecstasy - YES.
I would sell my soul for a return trip into the land of
Any life-changing dining experiences out there?
Gordon Ramsay fans?