Gordon Ramsay relaunches simple steak restaurant

Chef Gordon Ramsay has quietly reopened a steak restaurant in part of his former Maze restaurant in Mayfair.

The original site in Grosvenor Square was split into Maze and Maze Grill, but much of it made way for Ramsay’s new – and controversial – Lucky Cat enterprise, which launched earlier this year.

Now, the chef has transformed the Maze Grill section into Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill, Hot Dinners first reported.

The restaurant’s star attraction is the minimum 35-day aged steaks, including large cuts such as T-bone, tomahawk, and cote de boeuf.

The menu also includes a truffle shuffle burger, sloppy Joe brisket, classic beef Wellington, and Josper-roasted octopus. A very Ramsay menu.

If the place has had a spruce up, given it was “dreary” before, but carries on serving “heavenly” burgers and steaks, the big man might do okay. As if he doesn’t already…

Lucky Cat, meanwhile, remains quizzically untapped.

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