His first Las Vegas venture (what took so long?), the silver-tongued Scottish chef’s new namesake steakhouse in the Paris Las Vegas hotel is appropriately full of flash and cheek. Dine under a massive Union Jack, pass by Andrey Brezowsky’s neon light sculpture, and traverse the “chunnel” that leads to the bar and lounge area. The menu is stocked with dry-aged steaks, Kurobuta double pork chops, and fish and chips. A wine list with 325-plus labels and more than thirty beer selections means tipplers will also not be disappointed.