Harden's survey result
The decor can seem “dreary” – a complaint that has dogged this Chelsea site ever since its heady days as ‘Aubergine’ (long RIP) – but this three-year-old spin-off from Gordon Ramsay’s Mayfair grill puts in a better showing than the original: “dreamy burgers” and “outstanding beef” both win praise (if, as at the original, on fairly limited feedback).
The most eloquent comment on Gordon Ramsay’s two-year-old in the Chelsea street where he made his name is how little feedback is received. Have people finally lost interest in him? It doesn’t help that of the few reporters who did care to opine, the majority were unimpressed: “dreadful service…”, “what a disappointment… won’t be returning”.
Surprisingly little feedback on Gordon Ramsay’s year-old offshoot of his maze brand on the chichi Chelsea sidestreet where he first won renown – such as there is praises its “sophisticated interior and immaculately treated meat with oodles of flavour”.
Gordon Ramsay’s return to the Chelsea site where he earnt his stripes (when it was Aubergine) – a new offshoot of his maze brand – is a bit of a damp squib; fans do say it’s “lovely”, with “excellent steak”, but feedback is muted, and even supporters say “it’s highly priced for what’s only good execution”.
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Last orders: 11 pm