SquareMeal Review of
Gordon Ramsay Restaurants
Gordon Ramsay is one of the world’s most famous (and verbally imaginative) chefs, with a restaurant empire which spans the globe. Discover each of his London restaurants below and click through to read our full review and book a table.
Bread Street Kitchen, St Paul’s
The menu ticks off global food trends at this bold and lively all-day spot.
Heddon Street Kitchen, Mayfair
This sleek Modern European ups the fun factor via quirks including an ice-cream bar.
London House, Battersea
Suited to both smart dinners and lazy weekend drinks, with a great garden too.
The focus here is on upmarket Asian fusion, while we recommend booking the chef’s table.
Maze Grill, Mayfair
This is the original Maze Grill, which holds its own in a steak-crazy marketplace.
Maze Grill Park Walk, Chelsea
Inspired by the grill rooms of Manhattan, this outpost majors in juicy, plump steaks.
Maze Grill Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea
Taking the address formerly occupied by Ramsay’s Foxtrot Oscar is London’s newest Maze Grill.
The Narrow, Limehouse
This well-executed gastropub boasts a strong wine list and expansive views of the Thames.
This SW1 grandee has all the glamour of high-end French haute cuisine, with food to match.
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, Chelsea
Ramsay’s Chelsea flagship is top-end French dining at its silky best.
Savoy Grill at The Savoy, Covent Garden
With a legendary history of famous diners, you’ll feel like a celeb at this plush celebration of meat.
Street Pizza Gordon Ramsay, St Paul's
Bottomless pizzas by the slice and pocket-friendly cocktails.
Union Street Café, South Bank
A warm, friendly vibe, supported by a Mediterranean menu and fun basement cocktail bar.
York & Albany, Camden
Wood-fired pizzas and upmarket cocktails ensure this Regent’s Park site impresses.