We Ate At Gordon Ramsay’s Market At Harrah’s Cherokee: Our Thoughts
After a long, long, looooong wait, Gordon Ramsay’s Market at Harrah’s Cherokee has opened for business. Go where the buffet used to be, and now you’ll find a casual dining area that offers a variety of grab-and-go options, as well as sit-down meals. The menu features items like sandwiches, salads, burgers, pizza, sushi and Asian-fusion dishes, and more. The market also offers a selection of beer and wine, as well as coffees and teas. Ramsay and Harrah’s designed the spot to be like a traditional European market, with a bright, open layout and rustic wooden accents. Overall, Gordon Ramsay’s Market is a great option for visitors who want a quick, delicious meal in a relaxed setting.
Menu And Options At The Gordon Ramsay Market
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, and offers a range of options to suit different tastes and dietary needs. We visited in the morning for a quick coffee and pastry before hiking. The Flat White and Cappuccino were both made well, and the Bacon, Egg and Cheddar pastries were tasty, if not a little small.
We dropped back by for dinner and grabbed some sushi (available only on certain days) and some Bao Buns from the Asian-inspired section of the market. Both were delicious. We spotted lots of folks enjoying the burgers from Street Burger and pies from Street Pizza and they looked just as mouth-watering. The other grab-and-go options are the Catch Cafe, with sandwiches and salads, and the Gordon Ramsay Fish and Chips. That’s got the namesake British dish as well as shrimp, lobster, and delectable milkshakes.
If you’re really in a hurry, the market does has a section in the middle with premade sandwiches and the like. There’s a nice variety of snacks, healthy and not-so-healthy, plus flavored juices, sodas and energy drinks to give you whatever level of jolt you need. We didn’t visit the bar area (this time!), but spotted several patrons sipping on different beers and wines.
Prices are pretty reasonable compared with the other on-site options. You can get a meal in the $15 – $20 range in a bunch of spots.
If you still want a full sit-down experience with a waiter, then you can get that at the Truffles Pub, located in the market.
The layout has some centralized common seating and feels modern and spacious. Guests can pick a table and then browse the offerings at their leisure. It’s nice to be able to find something to please everyone in the group, but still eat together.
Overall, we do miss the buffet a little bit, but the food quality from the Gordon Ramsay Market is definitely a major step up. You don’t get a massive amount of food for the money you spend, but everything we tried tasted great. It’s definitely a highlight of the dining options are Harrah’s Cherokee.
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