There have been many reality food shows, but none have been as popular as “Hell’s Kitchen” on Fox. For budding chefs and foodies who love everything that goes into making a three-course meal, the long-awaited Season 21 of “Hell’s Kitchen” returns September 29 at 8 p.m. ET. The show would be hosted by outspoken, no-frills global chef Gordon Ramsay – just like the past twenty seasons. While people generally enjoy watching the series on screens, many ardent fans may want to know more about where the new season was filmed.
The excitement of the public is at its highest level. The theme of the show revolves around the “battle of the ages”. There would be a war between the blue team, which would have leaders in their 20s, and the experienced red team, which would have competitors in their 40s.
Ahead of the new season’s premiere in September, here’s a look at where “Hell’s Kitchen” Season 21 was filmed.
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Where was ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ season 21 filmed?
Like season 20, season 21 of “Hell’s Kitchen” was filmed in Las Vegas, also known as the city of lights and parties. But this is the first time the culinary reality series has been widely filmed at the Hell’s Kitchen restaurant located at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas.
Vegas is also home to Chef Gordon Ramsay’s five popular restaurants – Gordon Ramsay Burger, Gordon Ramsay Steak, Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips, Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, and Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen.
Fox’s official “Hell’s Kitchen” season 21 description says that this time the tables are about to be turned more frequently as it will be a battle of the ages.
In the intense competition between the two teams in the age groups of 20 and 40 this season, only the best and the best chef who manages to earn a place in the good books of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay would be declared the winner towards the end.
The series’ official synopsis reads, “Gordon Ramsay is back in Las Vegas, home to five of Ramsay’s restaurants, including Gordon Ramsay’s first restaurant Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace. At stake is a grand prize that will change life, including a chef position at Gordon Ramsay Steak in Paris Las Vegas and a Hell’s Kitchen winner title.”