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He may no longer be the alpha male on London’s restaurant scene, but Gordon Ramsay continues to roll back the years at his Chelsea flagship, reminding us why London first fell in love with his dizzy concoction of silky service and extraordinary modern French cooking. These days, chef/patron Clare Smyth rules the roost, pushing the food to new heights with her own brand of “innovative” cuisine. While signature dishes such as ravioli of lobster, langoustine and salmon in a sorrel velouté will always have a place on the menu, Smyth’s original creations are equally captivating. Try poached lobster tail with lardo, pickled vegetables and coral vinaigrette or the fabulous turbot baked on the bone with seaweed, clams, sea beet, wild chervil and charred spring cabbage for a “hugely enjoyable” taste of her brilliance. Out front, maître d’ Jean-Claude Breton is a master orchestrator, while head sommelier Jan Konetzki cuts it as a “true expert”. “Why go anywhere else, it just doesn’t compare”, concludes one satisfied customer – and we heartily concur.

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  1. We all know who Gordon Ramsay is, or at least we think we do, it's much more likely we are familiar with a character generated for television than the real Gordon. One thing is that with a vast corporate group and TV career, it's not exactly clear how much influence he has even at his eponymous restaurant.  There are definitely some Ramsay classics on offer, and I guess he must be aware of suppliers, inspiration behind the menu's and the design of the rooms, but what is clear is his skill in choosing the right people to run an important flagship venue. Indeed this is the keystone of his empire, as the esteem of having...
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  1. Published : Thursday, 30 May 2013

    Samphire and Salsify :: Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

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    Posted on May 30, 2013 by SamphireAndSalsify

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    In 1998 Gordon Ramsay opened his eponymous restaurant on Royal Hospital Road in Chelsea and in 2001 it was awarded three Michelin stars – the highest possible. Now chef patron Clare Smyth is the only female in the UK to hold such status.

    The recently refurbed dining...
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  1. such a fantastic meal we had at this tiny slip of a restaurant just around sloane square. this blog seems to play almost embarrassing tributes to the gordon ramsay establishments (such as my still-favourite meal at petrus) but I have had such a lovely time at both restaurants – I went with high expectations and came away satisfied, and you don’t often get to say that about many places.

    this was a celebration lunch for graduation, and also one of the first times I’ve brought my parents to a fine-dining restaurant, as such. we eat very well and rather widely, but my family has a dislike for fussy food – which...
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  1. Published : Thursday, 17 July 2014

    inher30s :: Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Hospital Road

    Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is one of those stable features on the fine dining scene and how lucky we were when the brother & sister-in-law gave Husband an incredibly generous voucher for lunch at this 3 Michelin star favourite! I had to be extra nice to the husband to merit being his Plus 1, let me tell you! The restaurant is perplexingly shut on the weekends but open on a Bank Holiday Monday, so a reservation duly secured.

    The lovely sister-in-law raved about it and so we went in with high expectations...
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  1. Published : Saturday, 23 November 2013

    Sybaricious :: Gordon Ramsay - Royal Hospital Road

    Life is so often a case of feast or famine isn't it? As the saying goes, you wait ages for a bus then three come along at once. I can think of so many aspects of my life where that has been an accurate analogy but none so much as my dining habits at the moment. Ledbury last week (blog post coming soon), Five Fields next week all bracketed by various foreign excursions and wine tastings. Yes, I know I’m a very lucky girl but my liver and my waistline are not thanking me. So it was with some trepidation that I faced a mammoth dinner at Gordon Ramsay Hospital Road for H's 39th birthday. Yep into his 40th year so may...
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  1. Published : Saturday, 23 November 2013

    Sybaricious :: Gordon Ramsay - Royal Hospital Road

    Life is so often a case of feast or famine isn't it? As the saying goes, you wait ages for a bus then three come along at once. I can think of so many aspects of my life where that has been an accurate analogy but none so much as my dining habits at the moment. Ledbury last week (blog post coming soon), Five Fields next week all bracketed by various foreign excursions and wine tastings. Yes, I know I’m a very lucky girl but my liver and my waistline are not thanking me. So it was with some trepidation that I faced a mammoth dinner at Gordon Ramsay Hospital Road for H's 39th birthday. Yep into his 40th year so may...
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  1. Left to my own devices, I may not have made it to this exorbitantly lavish 3 Michelin star meal. It would have been an insurmountable challenge to see out the meal without wondering which flights I could book for the same price. Fortunately for my tastebuds, on this particular day, the weighing up of opportunity costs was snatched from my hands after my sister declared that she wanted to go to Restaurant Gordon Ramsayfor her birthday. And who am I to disappoint?

    Sat alone at the table (having turned up early for the first time in my life), I re-hydrated with a passion fruit nectar from France. This was the...
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  1. Published : Sunday, 21 July 2013

    London - Girl About Town :: Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

    Bouquets are okay and candy is dandy but nothing says 'Happy Anniversary' to a foodie like a fabulously indulgent three-course lunch at Gordon Ramsay's flagship restaurant in Chelsea. One of only two restaurants in London (and only four in the UK) to hold three Michelin stars, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is headed up by partner Chef Patron Clare Smyth, 2013 Good Food Guide Chef of the Year and recent MBE.Unassuming at first glance and quietly elegant within, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is situated on Royal Hospital Road, just around the corner from the Chelsea Physic Garden. The recently refurbished dining area is intimate...
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  1. Published : Sunday, 21 July 2013

    London - Girl About Town :: Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

    Bouquets are okay and candy is dandy but nothing says 'Happy Anniversary' to a foodie like a fabulously indulgent three-course lunch at Gordon Ramsay's flagship restaurant in Chelsea. One of only two restaurants in London (and only four in the UK) to hold three Michelin stars, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is headed up by partner Chef Patron Clare Smyth, 2013 Good Food Guide Chef of the Year and recent MBE.Unassuming at first glance and quietly elegant within, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is situated on Royal Hospital Road, just around the corner from the Chelsea Physic Garden. The recently refurbished dining area is intimate...
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  1. Published : Friday, 15 November 2013

    Munch My Way :: Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Chelsea

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    This is the infamous Gordon Ramsay’s 3 Michelin Star flagship restaurant, located in one of the nicest area of London, Chelsea.

    I’m a big fan of Ramsay through both his cooking and TV show but never had the chance to try his flagship restaurant, I were only able to go to Petrus and Bread Street Kitchen...
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  1. Published : Saturday, 23 November 2013

    Sybaricious :: Gordon Ramsay - Royal Hospital Road

    Life is so often a case of feast or famine isn't it? As the saying goes, you wait ages for a bus then three come along at once. I can think of so many aspects of my life where that has been an accurate analogy but none so much as my dining habits at the moment. Ledbury last week (blog post coming soon), Five Fields next week all bracketed by various foreign excursions and wine tastings. Yes, I know I’m a very lucky girl but my liver and my waistline are not thanking me. So it was with some trepidation that I faced a mammoth dinner at Gordon Ramsay Hospital Road for H's 39th birthday. Yep into his 40th year so may...
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  1. Published : Wednesday, 28 August 2013

    The Good Kai List :: Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

    IT STARTS as soon as you pull up outside Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, the service, that is. Staff are with you every step, at your beck and call, although there's no need to beck or call - they're always one step ahead. It may be disconcerting for some folk but if you've not experienced 3* service before, relax, enjoy it, don't fall into the trap of thinking this type of place is only frequented by fancy folk who think they're the above it all. It's a place where people are celebrating and enjoying themselves. GR has a cosy, simple and relaxed ambience, not an opulent over the top dining room as you'd expect for a 3...
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  1. I think this blog is no stranger to Gordon Ramsay chains, having reviewed Maze, and Savoy Grill (and an upcoming post on Bread Street Kitchen). Gordon Ramsay Restaurant is deemed to be one of the best, if not, the best restaurant to serve quality dishes represented by its 3 Michelin star rating. Expect prices to be as high as Mount Fuji but quality, plating, service to be at the highest standard. Clare Smyth, made Head Chef is the first and only female chef to run a 3* restaurant. (Also made partner of the GR group 2013.)

    It first achieved it’s Michelin rating in 2001 having opened as Ramsay’s sole restaurant...
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Clare Smyth

Gordon Ramsay entrusted his three-Michelin-starred flagship to Northern Irish chef Clare Smyth in 2008, when she was still just 29. She is now chef/patron of this esteemed Chelsea thoroughbred and continues to garner accolades from all quarters, as well as receiving an MBE for her work in the industry. Before joining Ramsay, Smyth worked at Alain Ducasse’s Le Louis XV, and undertook stages at Thomas Keller’s Per Se and French Laundry.
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Essential Details for Restaurant Gordon Ramsay

  • Cuisine: French
  • Area: Chelsea
  • Price: £127.00
  • Wine: £28.00
  • Champagne: £56.00
  • Lunch: £55 (3 courses)
  • Dinner: £95 (3 courses)

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