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Review: Robert’s Steakhouse Atlantic City

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Roberts Steakhouse

Over the weekend, we came to Atlantic City to dine at Robert’s Steakhouse, which Philadelphia Magazine recently named their Best Steakhouse. The restaurant is located in the Trump Taj Mahal, and it’s absolutely worth making the trek out there, as the food is just out of this world.

Robert’s Steakhouse comes to AC by way of New York City. The first Robert’s Steakhouse was launched in June 2003 at the Penthouse Executive Club, where it was highly successful. Due to the demand, a second location was opened at Scores NYC in May 2009. Robert’s in Atlantic City opened in November 2012, and represents their first standalone restaurant, allowing you to enjoy phenomenal steaks without having to go to a strip club to enjoy them.

Roberts Steakhouse - Dining Room

Since many of my New Yorker friends have raved about Robert’s, I was eager to try it out for myself and see what all the hype was about. And after finishing my meal there, all I can say is “Wow!”

We started off with a couple of appetizers. There were a lot of delicious apps to choose from, but we decided to keep things simple and go with a wedge salad and lobster bisque. Both were tasty, as were the rolls they served with them.

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Roberts Steakhouse - Lobster Bisque

Next up was a refreshing blood orange sorbet, which acted as a quick palate cleanser. After that, the waiter brought out our main entrees. I decided to go with the Bone in New York Strip, which is dry aged in house for at least six weeks. My wife opted for the Seared Sea Scallops. And of course, we had to try the Everything French Fries that everyone talks about.

Roberts Steakhouse - New York Strip

Roberts Steakhouse - Seared Sea Scallops

Roberts Steakhouse - Everything French Fries

I was torn between the New York Strip and the Rib Eye, but after taking my first bite, I knew that I had made the right decision. The flavor was just out of this world, and it was prepared perfectly. The steak comes with six sauces, but it’s so flavorful that you don’t really need any of them. Really amazing.

My wife said the scallops were some of the best that she’s ever had, and she’s a huge seafood fanatic, so that’s saying something! As for the everything french fries, the seasoning on them is just insane, and they’re addictive like crack. You can probably get away with a single order for the table, as it’s quite a large serving.

After all of this food, I was ready to tap out. But then the waiter told us about a special dessert being offered that night, a mini donut / beignet thing that sounded too good to resist. How could I refuse?

Roberts Steakhouse - Donut Dessert

This was another home run. The donuts were filled with a chocolate champagne creme, and they were dense and delicious. It also came with a tiny side of raspberry hot chocolate. Put it all together, and you’ve got Chef Savarese’s take on the iconic beignet.

After dinner, we hung out for awhile in The Lounge, where we sampled some of their creative cocktails while taking in some live entertainment from vocalist and musician Doug Jennings. It was a great spot to unwind after dinner, do a little people watching, and relax before heading up to Scores. (Yes, there’s a Scores in the Taj, and you can read my review of Scores Atlantic City here)

Roberts Steakhouse - The Lounge

All in all, I can honestly say that this was one of the best meals I’ve had in quite awhile, and it’s clear to see why Philadelphia Magazine gave them the “Best Steakhouse” award. If you’re a steak connoisseur like me, you’re in for a real treat at Robert’s.

Visit www.robertsatlanticcity.com or call 1.855.500.ROBERTS to make your reservation now.

Sujeet Patel is the founder of Guys Gab, and one of the biggest automotive enthusiast you'll ever meet. He's been fortunate enough to turn his passion for cars into a full-time job. Like they say, "If you love what you do, you'll never work a day in your life."

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  1. Phil

    February 21, 2014 at 2:02 pm

    Fantastic review! I am headed down to AC soon for a weekend and will check this place out if I have time. Love a good steak!

    • Sujeet Patel

      February 24, 2014 at 11:54 am

      You won’t be disappointed Phil, it rivals many of the NYC steakhouses that I’ve eaten at in the past!

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One of the great things about living in South Jersey is that I’m only 45 minutes from Atlantic City. Back in the day, my buddies and I would hit the casinos every few weeks, and we had an absolute blast. Especially when the upscale Borgata came to town and elevated the whole experience, with numerous gaming offerings, world renowned chefs, luxury hotel rooms, nightlife options, two spas and more!

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Review: Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill At Caesars Atlantic City

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Gordon Ramsay

A few months back, we told you about the opening of Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars Atlantic City, and we couldn’t wait to make another trip to Atlantic City so that we could try out some of Gordon Ramsay’s famous dishes for ourselves. That day finally came last weekend, and it was definitely worth the wait!

As you would expect given the name of the restaurant, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill features items consistent with British pub fare. You’ll find classic British favorites such as bangers and mash and Yorkshire rib roast, as well as some of Ramsay’s favorites like beef wellington and wood-grilled lobster tail prepared on an oak-fired grill. Paying homage to a true English pub, Chef Ramsay made sure a steak & ale pie, sticky toffee pudding and of course, the ale-battered fish & chips were included on his menu.

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We started off with an order of Molasses and Brown Ale Glazed Wings, which is served with jalapenos and crumbled stilton blue cheese. There were countless people on Yelp raving about how good these wings were, so I had to see what all the fuss was about. Honestly, these were some of the best wings I’ve ever had, with amazing flavor and just a touch of heat from the jalapenos. They’re incredibly messy, but oh so worth it.

In an attempt to add something healthy to the meal, we got salads next. I got the GR Wedge, while my wife got the Pub Caesar. Despite their elaborate presentations, they were pretty standard salads, and nothing to write home about. Next time I’ll probably skip the salad so I have more room for something else.

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Next up was the main course. As a long-time Hell’s Kitchen fan, I had no choice but to get Gordon Ramsay’s signature Beef Wellington. For those who have never experienced a beef wellington before, it’s a filet mignon wrapped in phyllo dough with wild mushroom ductile, prosciutto and port wine sauce. It’s rare that you find a restaurant serving beef wellington anymore, so whenever I get the chance, I always order it. This one was second to none, and given how many I saw being served that night, it looks to be their most popular dish.

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My wife couldn’t decide between a few of the Classic Ramsay dishes, ultimately going with the Pan Roasted Sea Bass at the behest of our waitress. WOW! This might have been the best sea bass I’ve ever had, served on a bed of butternut squash risotto with maple-sage brown butter. She liked it so much that she is already planning on coming back for her birthday, just so she can get this dish!

For a side, we ordered the Lobster Mac N’ Cheese, which was unbelievably rich and decadent. Sweet Maine lobster, English cheddar, and herb crumbs make this the most amazing mac & cheese you’ll ever bite into. At $23, it’s by far the priciest side on the menu, but they give you a HUGE portion, so if you have a party of 4-5 you can easily share this.

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When our waitress came over to take our dessert order, I was FULL. But given how much I’d heard about the Sticky Toffee Pudding (which is apparently Gordon Ramsay’s mother’s recipe), I had to push through the pain and give it a shot. My wife ordered the Warm Chocolate Sponge, which comes with a side of Rocky Road ice cream. Both desserts were really good, you can’t go wrong either way. It was a great way to end the meal.

All in all, we had an amazing experience at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill Atlantic City, and I highly recommend making a reservation here so that you can experience his food for yourself. You won’t be disappointed!

Please visit https://www.caesars.com/gordon-ramsay-pub-grill for more information and to make reservations.

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Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill Now Open At Caesars Atlantic City

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Gordon Ramsay

Last September, we told you that Gordon Ramsay was planning to open a new restaurant at Caesars Atlantic City. Sure, the timing might have seemed questionable to some, given all the turmoil that Atlantic City has faced over the past year. But I wasn’t complaining, as I’m a HUGE fan of his cooking.

And now after months of waiting, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill officially opened their doors today at Caesars Atlantic City. The 250-seat restaurant offers guests an authentic English pub experience on the East Coast, following the enormous success of his Pub & Grill at Caesars Las Vegas. Reservations, which are highly recommended, can be made online at opentable.com or by calling the Pub directly at (609) 343-2600.

“We’re really excited about the opening after such a great success in Vegas. We have an amazing team and partnership with Caesars,” said Gordon Ramsay, and we’re looking forward to bringing it to the East Coast.

Veteran gourmet chef and long-time Atlantic City culinarian George Galati will oversee all kitchen operations for the outlet. Best known for his co-starring role alongside Chef Robert Irvine in Dinner: Impossible on the Food Network, Galati adds nearly 30 years of gourmet experience to an already well-equipped culinary staff.

Hell’s Kitchen Season 13 winner, Chef La Tasha McCutchen has been tapped as head restaurant chef, under Chef George. A fan-favorite throughout Season 13, LaTasha showed signs of her skill and culinary talents very early on, winning Chef Ramsay’s praise at crucial times. “I feel like I opened the doors to my future. I trusted in myself, I believed in myself and I know now that I have what it takes to be a true leader in this industry,” said McCutchen on winning the competition.

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill - Atlantic City

The menu at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars features items consistent with British pub fare. Classic British favorites such as, bangers and mash and yorkshire rib roast, as well as some of Ramsay’s favorites like the beef wellington and wood-grilled lobster tail prepared on an oak-fired grill, will all be part of a rustic menu that will change seasonally. Paying homage to a true English pub, Chef Ramsay made sure a steak & ale pie, sticky toffee pudding and of course, the ale-battered fish & chips were included on his menu in Atlantic City.

The restaurant will have more than 26 beers served up on tap, featuring well-known and craft brewers such as Wells & Young’s, Magners Original, Fuller’s, and local brewers such as Cape May Brewing Co. An additional 22 bottled beers from around the world and around the greater Atlantic City region will always be stocked, as well as 16 widget cans and other can beer options. A unique selection of beers on tap will be made available for take home in custom 64-ounce growlers.

“With the announcement of Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill at Caesars, Atlantic City continues to elevate itself as a culinary destination, one that features big television personalities, celebrity chefs, and now a Michelin-rated chef,” said Kevin Ortzman, President of Caesars and Bally’s Atlantic City. “Chef Ramsay is one of the world’s most highly-regarded chefs as evidenced by his multiple culinary accolades and we are honored to partner with him at Caesars,” continued Mr. Ortzman.

Needless to say, I’m really excited to check it out the next time I’m in AC. It’s damn near impossible to find a restaurant that still serves beef wellington, so you know that’s what I’ll be ordering. If you make it down there before I do, make sure you come back and let us know what you thought of it!

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