The new MASTERCHEF restaurant will offer an immersive dining experience

Bringing screen to plate, a new MASTERCHEF restaurant is coming.

For MASTERCHEF fans, the new MASTERCHEF restaurant will bring all the excitement of the Gordon Ramsay cooking competition to their dining table. A fully immersive dining experience, dinner at this MASTERCHEF inspired restaurant is more than just food on a plate. Will diners be up for the challenge?

Many foodies seek out celebrity chef driven restaurants or restaurant concepts based on their favorite shows. Even though Gordon Ramsay, Aaron Sanchez and Joe Bastianich might not be in the restaurant while you are dining, the experience from that popular show is recreated on the plate.

While the new MASTERCHEF restaurant is a first in the United States, the Hell’s Kitchen restaurant at Caesars in Las Vegas is quite popular. From the iconic beef wellington to that lobster risotto, the menu items recreate some of the many infamous dishes.

Although there is a red and blue kitchen, there is no fight to finish first or yelling from the line. At the same time, some of the chefs cooking might look familiar. Some of the former Hell’s Kitchen chefs did work at the restaurant.

This new MASTERCHEF restaurant in the U.S. builds on the success of a similar restaurant in Dubai. For many people, it is more than just having impeccable food on the plate. It is about stepping into the MASTERCHEF experience which makes the food even more memorable.

Antonio Primo, Managing Partner, VC Capital Holdings, said “With a menu curated from the hit show’s Champion and Finalist recipes, MASTERCHEF is about the passion for cooking and the emotional connection we have with food. From the famous Clock to the ‘Mystery Box’ to finalist and Champion residencies and masterclasses, the experience is extraordinary.”

According to MASTERCHEF on FOX and VC Capital Holdings, the restaurant will feature signature dishes and recipes that have been showcased on the show. Given the breadth of recipes that have been featured over the years, the menu could be quite varied.

In addition, diners are expected to participate in familiar show challenges. While diners will not be putting on their chef coat and grabbing a knife, they can order from a “Mystery Box” of ingredients.

Lastly, this restaurant concept allows celebrity chefs, former contestants, and winners to step back into the MASTERCHEF kitchen. From curated menus to special events, many people will want to book a table to taste the dishes from the chefs that they saw on television.

This style of restaurant has a wide appeal. By bringing the food fan into the screen experience, the connection is even greater. Given that the experience can evolve and adapt at each dining event, many people will come back time and again.

At this time, the exact location and opening date of the MASTERCHEF restaurant has not been revealed.

MASTERCHEF, encore seasons, air on Wednesdays on FOX. MASTERCHEF Junior Season eight, starring Gordon Ramsay, Aaron Sanchez and new judge Daphne Oz is part of the 2020-21 FOX season.

 

Would you want to book a table at a MASTERCHEF restaurant? What dishes would you like to see on the menu?