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An early adopter of the now-ubiquitous small-plates format, Maze is no longer a cutting-edge innovator, but its high-ceilinged room with windows overlooking Grosvenor Square is still a destination sure to impress. Bursts of bold colour and a modern soundtrack take the place of starched linen and hushed reverence, while service remains affable, informed and entirely professional. In the kitchen, French finesse mingles with Asian influences to produce dishes “full of flavour and freshness” – from classic ideas such as duck breast and confit legs with wild mushrooms, peas and broad beans to subtle fusion riffs – think marinated yellowfin tuna with Ibérico ham and avocado purée. To finish, we’d recommend the wicked little profiteroles with dark chocolate and ginger ice cream or the chocolate and peanut bar. A self-contained sushi bar offers added possibilities for those who fancy grazing.
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 31 July 2013

    vialaporte :: Maze* // Mayfair // London

    Is it about time that Mr. Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants were put under the microscope again? Ramsay can certainly be credited with elevating food to new heights that were previously unknown in London. But has his loss of his second star at Claridge’s meant he’s lost a bit of his sparkle? Are standards at his one star Maze as good as they were when Jason Atherton was around? That is the main question...
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  1. Old Gordon Ramsay has been getting a lot of stick in the press recently, or at least for the past three years or so. He's one of those celebrity TV personalities you'll either love, or hate - i still haven't made my mind up yet. What i do know from his cookbooks, is that they are surprisingly good, well thought out and informative. It's for that reason i made my way down to Maze.

    Arriving at the restaurant, it was all a little bit confused at reception, with staff seeming clueless as how to hang a jacket and give it a ticket stub - still i went with it. A walk past the bar, which had a seating area more...
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  1. Published : Tuesday, 24 February 2015

    Eat With Steph :: Maze by Gordon Ramsay * | Eat With Steph

    Gordon Ramsay restaurants are no strangers to the restaurant scene. Thirteen restaurants in London under is belt, but are all of them worthy of praise? Having been to a few, York and Albany, and Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, ( and see Savoy Grill, Gordon Ramsay review here), I find that each restaurant is as different as it can be, to the next. I came to Maze with thefoodforker almost 2 years ago and have not been impressed enough by it to return. Bluntly sounding, Maze by Gordon Ramsay isn’t one that I would recommend if you’re looking for top notch good food. Nevertheless, it is under the reputable Ramsay name, and...
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Gordon Ramsay

He’s well known for hanging out with the Beckhams, but Scottish-born Gordon Ramsay remains a restaurateur to be reckoned with. After his professional football career was cut short, he earned his stripes under Marco Pierre White, Albert Roux, Joël Robuchon and Guy Savoy. He found fame at the original Aubergine, then at his Chelsea flagship, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay. Ramsay’s global empire now reaches as far as Las Vegas and Qatar, while a 12-strong London portfolio ranging from Maze and Pétrus to Bread Street Kitchen.

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