Restaurant Gordon Ramsay on Royal Hospital Road, London, has reopened in following a four-week refurbishment.
The restaurant, which is a 12-time recipient of three Michelin stars, has retained its fine dining legacy while modernising its guests’ experience. The theatre of the drink and cheese trollies will remain, and will be further enhanced by an opulent liquor library. Clare Smyth, the restaurants chef patron, and Gordon Ramsay have also created a chef experience table to celebrate its regular clients, who will have the opportunity to interact with the chefs and have a bespoke menu created for them.
Taking inspiration from art deco decor, Gordon and Clare worked with Fabled Studio on the ambitious renovation. Luxurious materials will emphasize the mood of the restaurant’s different spaces. Clare comments: “The refurbishment is Gordon’s and my celebration of all that makes Restaurant Gordon Ramsay so special.”