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Discover Fine Dining with these Gordon Ramsay Restaurants in London

Have a fabulous time exploring the many culinary delights offered by Gordon Ramsay while you are in London.

Everyone will usually nod in appreciation when you mention Gordon Ramsay because he's known for his sharp comments and explosive character on-screen as a legendary culinary critic. If you ever find yourself in London for a vacation, you should absolutely try one of his restaurants. The world-renowned chef has an extraordinary portfolio of London dining concepts, two of which have Michelin stars, ranging from fine dining to casual cafes.

You will definitely find a Gordon Ramsay Restaurant that will fit perfectly with your budget and style. Here's a complete guide on everything you need to know.

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Chelsea

Gordon Ramsay Restaurant

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Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is the place to go for a really magnificent gastronomic experience. Treat your taste buds to exquisite French dishes presented with innovative flair, coupled with unparalleled service and unusual flavors in this three Michelin-star restaurant.

Choose from the a la carte or Prestige menus, which include renowned items such as Roast Pigeon, 100-day aged Cumbrian Blue Grey, Lobster Ravioli, and more. If you're feeling daring, Chef de Cuisine Matt Abe will wow you with his Carte Blanche menu—a completely customized dinner based on seasonal ingredients and incorporating influences from Asian cuisine. You will also get an extensive wine list that you can use to pair with your meal.


68 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea



Lucky Cat, Mayfair

Lucky Cat

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Lucky Cat, the newest addition to Gordon Ramsay's London restaurant collection, is located in Grosvenor Square, Mayfair. You can witness the beautiful modern furnishings inspired by 1930s Tokyo drinking clubs. Here enjoy the small appetizers with your friends inspired by Asia, robata grilled delicacies, and sushi and sashimi from the famous raw bar.

Try out unusual cocktails like Matcha Picchu or Polynesian Punch, and finish with delightfully stunning desserts such as Cinnamon Treacle Cake or Rhubarb and Coconut Donburi.


10 Grosvenor Square



Pétrus, Belgravia


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Pétrus, another of Gordon Ramsay's London restaurants with a Michelin star, was named after the prestigious Pomerol wine estate near Bordeaux. The distinctive glass-walled wine store located in the center of the restaurant creates a spectacular showcase of more than 700 bottles.

For a truly memorable dining experience, choose the Prestige menu, which includes six distinctive courses such as Herdwick Lamb and Grilled Native Lobster. You can pair your meal with the wine of your choice from the menu. You can also seek help from their in-house sommelier if you are a bit confused about the wine that will go best with your food choice!


1 Kinnerton Street, Knightsbridge



Heddon Street Kitchen, Mayfair

Heddon Street Kitchen

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Heddon Street Kitchen is located just off Regent Street in the heart of the West End. It's a beautiful two-story place open all day for extended lunches, big dinners, and post-work cocktails. If the weather permits, dine alfresco on the terrace or sip a cocktail in the lounge bar while admiring the open kitchen concept and its theatrics.

You must order Ramsay's iconic beef wellington with truffle brie mashed potato and red wine jus, as well as other favorites like butter chicken and cashew nut curry, slow-roasted Cumbrian Saddleback pork belly with Braeburn apple purée, and sticky toffee pudding for dessert.


3-9 Heddon Street



Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill, Mayfair

Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill

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Craving a good steak? Then must definitely visit Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill in Grosvenor Square, which has a laid-back, warm ambiance influenced by New York's grill restaurants. You can devour their rare breed steaks straight from the salt block, with a variety of cuts like cote de boeuf, tomahawk, and T-bone.

Choose the Butcher’s Block experience if you’re ready to spend on something a little more premium. You can complete your meal with snacks, shared plates, champagne, and dessert, along with the star of the show.


10 - 13 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair



Savoy Grill, Covent Garden

Savoy Grill

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The old-school elegance of Savoy Grill is impossible to resist, with dazzling chandeliers, mirrors, and red-coated wood all around. The grandiosity of The Savoy hotel lobby enhances the delightful experience of entering the restaurant.

You can definitely not miss classics like Ramsay's iconic beef Wellington, as well as the Omelette Arnold Bennett and Rum Baba for dessert, which is theatrically flambéed at the table.


Savoy Hotel, Strand



Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Bread Street Kitchen

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With its broad menu of globally-inspired cuisine, Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen & Bar in The City, Southwark, or St Paul's definitely caters to the masses. You can think about trying their spicy tuna tartare with wonton crackers, the crispy duck salad, and the seasoned BBQ glazed aubergine.

If you want to try something spicy, the Hell's Kitchen burger with sriracha mayo is a wonderful option. When it comes to drinks, you can try their BSK Espresso Martini made with handcrafted salted caramel from the Street Kitchen Classic selection. Also try other cocktails like Princess Peach, Bushido or Old Habits, and Long Night from their Bartender's Choice and Signature Selection.


-Southwark- 47-51 Great Suffolk Street



-St Pauls- 10 Bread Street



-The City- 11, 13, 14 South Place



Written by Aparna Dutta, Beverage Trade Network

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