It seems the rocky years are well and truly behind Gordon Ramsay with his restaurant empire on the march again – particularly his maze Grill brand which launched two new London sites this year. Hopefully the deletion of maze in Mayfair from the Michelin guide this month hasn’t got him down too much! This week […]

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It seems that Gordo has licked his wounds after his restaurant empire nearly imploded and is now ready to rise like the proverbial phoenix. The restaurateur believes he has identified two brands that have the potential for London and nationwide roll-out, according to Big Hospitality. And the brands he has alighted on as his ‘next […]

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The Editors’ review of Heddon Street Kitchen It’s a competent operation but we can’t help but feel Ramsay’s association has inflated prices.   Grace Dent can’t find her sea legs at Sea Containers Why would anyone call a restaurant something so “bloody awful”? the Evening Standard’s reviewer wants to know.   Tuscan wine dynasty opens […]

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Just off Regent Street, a handy brasserie-style operation serving thoroughly competent but rather unremarkable dishes at prices seemingly inflated by association with proprietor Gordon Ramsay. You never quite know what to expect at a Gordon Ramsay establishment. Within a mile or so of each other, you can have places which are very good (Pétrus, say), and […]

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Gordon Ramsay today (10 November) launched his first ‘heart-of-the-West-End’ operation, Heddon Street Kitchen. Modelled on City outpost Bread Street Kitchen – not, it must be said, much favoured by Harden’s reporters – it is located on the former site of a Living Room bar and restaurant, just off Regent Street. Heddon Street, the Gordon Ramsay group’s 13th […]

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Gordon Ramsay will launch his first ‘heart-of-the-West-End’ operation, Heddon Street Kitchen, on 10 November. Modelled on City outpost Bread Street Kitchen – not, it must be said, much favoured by Harden’s reporters – it will be located on the former site of a Living Room bar and restaurant, just off Regent Street. Heddon Street, the Gordon […]

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