Gordon Ramsay is more than just the instantly recognizable chef who always demands the best from his staff and those he works with. He's also a celebrated restaurateur himself. He's brought his high standards to the kitchen time and time again at eateries all around the globe -- and he's planning on opening up even more in the near future, with several additional locations coming in the next few years.
Since founding his first restaurant chain, Gordon Ramsay Restaurants, in 1997, he's owned and operated a dizzying amount of restaurants over the years, including a three Michelin star establishment: London's Restaurant Gordon Ramsay. And while Ramsay himself obviously can't always be around to make sure everything at each of his restaurants live up to his occasionally impossibly high standards, several of his proteges have been installed to ensure the food tastes great and visitors leave satisfied.
Planning on visiting one of Ramsay's restaurants? You might be curious about where, exactly, that trip might take you in your travels. Ramsay has a number of locations in prime locations around the world, from New York City to Singapore. Here's a list of all the current chains Ramsay operates and where they can be found. There are so many different eateries to choose from, it may make your head spin. Chef Ramsay is a busy man (that's how he reached his current net worth, after all!), but somehow he makes it all work.
Check out this list of every restaurant Gordon Ramsay currently owns.
Bread Street Kitchen & Bar
Locations: London, Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, Sanya, Edinburgh, and Liverpool.
This casual eatery is a branch of Chef Ramsay's series of restaurants with a variety of locations in several countries. It's a chic, delicious setup with familiar Ramsay dishes, including his fave, beef wellington, butter chicken, and more. No matter which Bread Street Kitchen you visit, you're in for a casual yet upscale dining experience.
Contrada at Castel Monastero
The Contrada Restaurant at Castel Monastero in Italy features a special menu with "modern European and Mediterranean influences", according to its official website. You can expect special pecorino ravioli dishes, lamb, chilled squid ink tagliolini, gazpacho, and even poached pigeon breast and liver pate.
Gordon Ramsay au Trianon
This Michelin-starred restaurant offers "exquisite French cuisine" at the Waldorf Astoria hotel in Versailles, France. Expect classy dining with dishes like prawns and cuttlefish with caviar, tomato tarts, and beef tongue with desserts like mille-feuille and plenty of wine to wash it all down.
Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill
Locations: London, Kuala Lumpur
This Gordon Ramsay steakhouse chain is modeled after the chic steak eateries in London that take their inspiration from the "iconic Manhattan grill rooms in New York". As such, you'll find a wide range of rare breed steaks, fish, and poultry at these restaurants. You'll find Fiorentina, sirloin, Australian Wagyu, rigatoni pasta, pastrami, and even sticky toffee pudding.
Gordon Ramsay Burger
Locations: Las Vegas, London, Chicago, Seoul, Boston
Looking to try a restaurant helmed by Gordon Ramsay, but would prefer to go the fast casual route? Check out Gordon Ramsay Burger, which is more than your typical burger joint. Choose from juicy beef, chicken, and vegan burgers with sides like fries, pita bread, hummus, and more.
Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips
Locations: Las Vegas, Orlando, Cherokee, New York City, Washington D.C., Funner, Atlantic City, Miami, Chicago
There's nothing more English than fish and chips. Chef Ramsay sought to bring the authentic experience to American audiences by establishing Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips. Pick up delicious battered fish and golden fries, fish wrapped in naan bread, sausage dishes, and much more, including fun toffee milkshakes and other delicious additions.
Gordon Ramsay Plane Food
Need a bite to eat while waiting for your flight out of Heathrow Airport? Gordon Ramsay Plane Food has everything you need to dine right in the terminal. This upscale experience features everything from chicken wings to butter chicken curry and British short rib burgers to wagyu tagliatelle and lobster. There's a dish here to satisfy all palates before heading up into the air and flying off to your next destination, and it'll feel like going to a restaurant rather than sitting in the middle of an airport. If you're trying to hurry to catch your next flight, there's even an express menu to serve up two meals in under 25 minutes.
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill
Locations: Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Cotai, Oklahoma City
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is a sophisticated hybrid of English pub and grill that can be found predominantly in US cities. You can find pretty standard English pub fare like beef wellington, fish and chips, and even Maine lobster pot pie while dining there. It's Ramsay's attempt at combining the cultures from two very different locations, and it comes together as a success.
Gordon Ramsay Steak
Locations: Las Vegas, Baltimore, Atlantic City, Kansas City
Chef Ramsay loves a good steak, and he loves bringing English-themed restaurants to the States. Gordon Ramsay Steak is another chain of restaurants that come packing intriguing decor and higher prices that aim for a more discerning crowd. You can snag impressive dishes like Osetra caviar, Wagyu filets, Tomahawk steaks, beef wellington, rack of lamb, and foie gras at this steakhouse, with plenty of delicious sides to complement the cuts of steak and other meats available.
Gordon Ramsay Food Market
Locations: Cherokee, NC
The Gordon Ramsay Food Market at Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort offers six different dining options: Street Burger, Street Pizza, GR Bake & Brew, GR Fish & Chips, Truffles Pub, and Grab & Go. There's a veritable cornucopia of dishes to try here, whether you want to have a full fine dining experience or pick up a dish to go. From burgers and pizza to sushi and fresh seafood, there's just about anything you could ask for here, including a full-service coffee bar.
Heddon Street Kitchen
If you're ever in London, you might consider visiting Chef Ramsay's Heddon Street Kitchen. Found in a quieter part of the city, it's the perfect place to dine on more modern European cuisines. Find more beef wellington here (surprise!), steak, butter chicken, roasted cod, celeriac steak, and much more, including spicy tuna tartare. And don't forget sticky toffee pudding, another staple of Ramsay restaurants.
This Michelin-starred restaurant is close to the Palace of Versailles in France, and near the Waldorf Astoria Versailles - Trianon Palace. The menu is described as "quirky", including marbled foie gras and ham terrine, grilled zander with comté, and a Black Angus bavette. With an interior designed by Fiona Thompson, it's an intriguing locale to visit while in France, especially if you're visiting Ramsay's other Versailles restaurant location there.
La Pressoir d'Argent
This 2 Michelin-starred restaurant has its finger on the pulse of French cuisine, and contains one of just five of the rare Christofle solid silver lobster presses in the world. Enjoy succulent guinea fowl, aged beef, the legendary silver press lobster, a selection of aged French cheeses, Gironde black truffles, and plenty of beverage selections to tie everything together.
Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay
Locations: London, Miami
Chef Ramsay's take on Asian cuisine can be found at Lucky Cat, which features several small plates including sushi and sashimi. In addition to tartare dishes, you can find dumplings and bao, maki, tempura, fried rice, edamame, cod, ribeye, and a wide selection of additional dishes to complement each other.
Head across the ocean to The Narrow and experience classic London dining while gazing out at the River Thames. This restaurant serves up "simple but elegant food sourced from the best British produce". That includes fish and chips, a dry-aged beef burger, baked spinach and ricotta cannelloni, roasted pepper and tomato soup, and spicy tuna tartare.
Ramsay's Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay
Locations: Boston, Las Vegas
Ramsay's Kitchen is an "all-day dining experience" that works to bring all of Chef Ramsay's favorite global dishes together under one roof, while remaining "sophisticated yet approachable". Yes, beef wellington is on the menu, in case you had to ask. But you can also find a lobster roll, filet mignon, burgers, salmon, tikka masala, scallops, and much more.
This "intimate dining experience" offers a blend of "culinary creativity, exquisite wines, and unparalleled service". You can thrill your taste buds there with a modern French menu complete with European influence, all with a curated wine list. The menu serves up smoked cheddar pomme souffle, Aberdeen Angus short rib, beetroot, horseradish, caviar, and buckwheat. There are plenty of sweet treats on the tasting menu as well.
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is a three Michelin star establishment, and what many believe to be the Chef's best restaurant. The London-based location features a six-course menu that includes smoked duck salad, lobster ravioli, cornish turbot, roast pigeon, and much more. Everything about this restaurant screams "bespoke", and if you're looking for a truly unique dining experience that Chef Ramsay has made sure everything is perfect with, this is the exemplary eatery out of his entire cadre that you can trust will blow your taste buds away.
The River Restaurant by Gordon Ramsay
This River Thames-situated restaurant is another chance from the Chef himself to dine in and take in a gorgeous view of the body of water. It offers a wide selection of seafood, including "the very best" the UK has to offer. From soy glazed aubergine to fish burgers and butter baked cod, there's a delectable selection of under-the-sea delights, with plenty of caviar, mackerel, crab, cod, salmon, and other finery from the ocean to graze on.
Savoy Grill is one of two restaurants in London's Savoy Hotel, including Ramsay's The River restaurant. Savoy Grill is a fine dining establishment with a long history of famous clientele. It also has absolutely marvelous dishes to choose from, like caviar, oysters, beef wellington (of course), wild mushroom linguine, farm duck, roasted cod loin, and plenty of different cuts of beef to try, too. This is one place you'll want to check out if you have an eye for the finer things in life.
Locations: London, Woking, Reading, Cherokee, Edinburgh
Chef Ramsay loves a delicious burger, and his Street Burger chain seeks to offer just that. There are multiple locations, but they all offer one thing: juicy, sumptuous burgers, fries, unlimited soda refills, and diner basics like onion rings and milkshakes. It can get a little pricey to eat here in comparison to your regular burger joint, but you can rest assured that Ramsay's burgers are good enough to spend that extra dough on.
Locations: London, Dubai, Cherokee, Washington, D.C.
Just like with Street Burger, Gordon Ramsay covers the world of pizza with a variety of locations in the form of Street Pizza. This fast casual joint serves up unlimited pizza in a buffet-style format with plenty of sides, unique daily pizzas, and lots of drinks to keep things flowing. It's a lot more affordable than Street Burger, and you get to eat as much pizza as you want. CiCi's Pizza, eat your heart out.
York & Albany
Gordon Ramsay knows a thing or two about running hotels -- he has his own show where he has to revitalize failing ones, after all. York & Albany is Ramsay's own hotel, and it has a special restaurant, too. It offers a selection of British dishes, including -- you guessed it -- Beef wellington, roasted cod, butter chicken, fish and chips, and steak. There's something for just about every palate here, and a unique hotel stay as well.
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