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Comment from: Yero [Visitor]
You are unfortunately either misguided in your palate, or were actually misguided and went to any of the many under-powered pale reflections of restaurants in Las Vegas.I worked for Bradley Ogden, as well as Jean Georges Vongerichten , Sirio Maccioni, Daniel Boulud, Eric Ripert and Floyd Cardoz. I say with great humility and honesty that never have I entered a restaurant of higher quality and integrity.You are a foodie, and foodies are susceptible to their arrogant whims and unfounded opinions. But please, take it from a Hyde Park cook that your review needs to be revisited.
2005-07-01 @ 01:35
Comment from: Joseph Magnano [Visitor]
I have worked @ bradley Ogdens as will and the foundation is there for the best restaurant, but generally like almost every restaurant in america, especially in Las Vegas it loses its integrity and uniqueness
2005-08-05 @ 15:02
Comment from: keith J. [Visitor]
i have also worked for bradley ogden and i have to disagree with your review. it seems as if you are involved with food in some aspect, eating or writting, but by no means are you or have you ever worked in a kitchen. now i could be wrong but its quite possible that some years ago you had a job at Mc donalds as the fry boy which would make you eligable for such a review. now now i could be wrong and i only repeat that because so could you.
concerned chef

Keith J.
2005-09-07 @ 15:34
Comment from: Ralph [Visitor]
No - I didn`t work @Ogden. I simply was a guest for several times. I consider it quite daring to judge a kitchen just from one squash group. I agree with the fact Ogden might be overrated. Whatever you see in Las Vegas is: biggest, best and boldest. Besides this "selfestimation" I made the experience so far that everything I`ve ordered was of outstanding quality and brilliant taste. The style of his cooking is quite different to way his colleages do like Alain Ducasse, Dieter Mueller etc.
2005-10-07 @ 02:33
Comment from: Paul [Visitor]
You didn't actually review the restaurant at all. You made fun of a guy for naming a restaurant after himself and made fun of his soup in a lame attempt at fedex humor.
You should go back to what you're used to...the clubhouse and barfood.
2005-11-21 @ 17:28
Comment from: Troy Dempsey [Visitor]
I dont mind dropping $150 on a so called market price of a N.Y. strip, but when the strip is completely burnt on the outside,and the top chefs in the world dont fix it(i know they saw it)why would you not fix it and make it right!!!As an executive chef I would even if it was a $20 strip,but the main problem was the service(beyond terrible)especially when I am trying to treat my wife to our one year anniverary!!Definetly the most overated restaurant!My suggestion is to fix the las vegas restaurant or close it down!!
2006-04-18 @ 17:48
Comment from: Jerome [Visitor]
Overrated indeed. We had dinner there last week and I thought the food was mediocre (at best) compared to what we experienced in the many other fine restaurants Las Vegas has to offer.
We were charged US$ 150,- for 4 slices of Kobe strip which I consider ridiculous and a rip-off. Because the service was excellent, we didn't want to cause a scene and embarrass the maitre D'. I am not ever going back however. My advice: Bradley Ogden Vegas: Stay away!
2006-04-25 @ 10:33
Comment from: Michelle [Visitor] Email
I completely agree with this review! I am a Las Vegas native (yes, there really are people who are from Vegas) and the town has really grown up along with me. Fortunately, I am lucky enough to be able to try the "hot" places as they open here and found that Bradley Ogden's restaurant at Caesars is highly over hyped! I was even "lucky" enough to meet Mr. Ogden after my boyfriend, his college roommate and myself dined there one night. He spoke only to the men and completely ignored me as Mr. Ogden showed us around his kitchen ever so impressed with himself. I was so insulted! Plus, I got to pay $600 (with wine) for a very forgettable dinner!!

I saw the comment up above about the reviewer judging Ogden's only on the squash soup. I think anyone can see by the other negative comments that that could hardly be true...

2007-03-25 @ 06:33
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
For starters..jermone there is no maitre'D at bradley ogdens and kobe beef is expensive anywhere you go get over it you just sound stupid stating that and michelle sounds like you are just jealous and were probably expecting something for free. Bradley Ogden restaurant didnt win all kinds of awards for nothing and especially did not win best restaurant by aol search in 2006 for being horrible... if you not a foodie.. great just dont state your stupid nonesense opinions
2007-03-28 @ 02:31

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