Located in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, between the Linq and Flamingo is an area with bars, restaurants, and shops known as the Linq Promenade. If you can find the High Roller, a towering observation wheel, you can find the Linq.
Toward the entrance of the Linq is Gordon Ramsay’s Fish and Chips restaurant. It’s a tiny place with a handful of tables, and counter stools. Considering the place is in the heart of the Las Vegas Strip, the prices aren’t bad. For $14.99, I got the signature Fish and Chips basket, which came with 2 dipping sauces and a drink. For $5 more, you can upgrade your soda for an imported beer.
Stephen chose to upgrade his soda for the Innis & Gunn beer, which was a huge thumbs up for Stephen.
The fish wasn’t greasy, and we received 3 generous pieces that was mostly fish, not batter. The fries were just ok. I would have preferred them to be a little more crisp, and I think I got the leftover little pieces. Overall, a good meal that wasn’t too expensive.