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Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, also known as Gordon Ramsay at Royal Hospital Road, is a three Michelin star restaurant owned and operated by Gordon Ramsay, located at Royal Hospital Road, London. It opened in 1998 and was Ramsay's first solo restaurant. In 2001, it made Gordon Ramsay the first Scottish chef to have won three Michelin stars. In March 2013, the restaurant reopened following an art deco redesign.

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
Restaurant information
Established1998; 21 years ago (1998)
Head chefMatt Abé
ChefGordon Ramsay
Food typeFrench cuisine
Dress codeBusiness smart
Rating3 Michelin stars Michelin Guide
Street addressRoyal Hospital Road
CityLondon, SW3
CountryUnited Kingdom
Coordinates51°29′08″N 0°09′43″W / 51.4855°N 0.1620°W / 51.4855; -0.1620
Seating capacity45 covers
ReservationsThree months in advance
Other informationNearest station:
London Underground Sloane Square
WebsiteOfficial website



Gordon Ramsay opened the restaurant as his first solo outing in 1998.

Gordon Ramsay opened Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in 1998, as his first solo restaurant.[1] The location previously housed Michelin starred restaurant La Tante Claire.[2]

It gained its third Michelin star in 2001,[1] making Gordon Ramsay the first Scottish chef to have done so.[3] In September 2006 a £1.5 million refurbishment was completed.[4]

In 2015, Matt Abé was appointed Chef de Cuisine and continues to lead the team.


In 2002, Giles Coren visited Restaurant Gordon Ramsay for lunch whilst writing for Times Online. He found that the meal had its good and bad points, saying "Perhaps the 'best restaurant in Britain' can only disappoint. Perhaps if I want magic I should wait for Paul Daniels to open a restaurant".[2] However, he gave scores of nine for execution, eight for service and seven for "mind-blowing tingliness".[2] Terry Durack of The Independent reviewed the restaurant in 2009, describing the food provided as "classic cooking; sophisticated, well-edited and flavour-first".[5] Overall he gave Restaurant Gordon Ramsay a score of sixteen out of twenty.[5]

In 2009, the restaurant dropped out of The S.Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants for the first time, and failed to make the top 100.[6] The 2011 edition of Harden's restaurant guide lists Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in seventeenth place in London in the "most mentioned" league table, a drop from ninth place in the previous year. It also ranked the restaurant in one of the top two spots in the "most disappointing cooking" category.[7] Harden's had previously listed the restaurant as the most overpriced in the UK.[8] However, The Good Food Guide lists Restaurant Gordon Ramsay as the second best in the country, only bettered by The Fat Duck in Bray, Berkshire, and was described as "the nearest thing to a world-class restaurant experience currently on offer in the capital".[9]

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  1. ^ a b "Restaurant Gordon Ramsay: History". Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  2. ^ a b c Coren, Giles (21 September 2002). "Giles Coren at Gordon Ramsay". Times Online. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  3. ^ "Gordon Ramsay: Chef terrible". BBC News. 20 July 2001. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  4. ^ Day, Elizabeth (16 December 2007). "'She dresses food like Picasso'". The Guardian. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  5. ^ a b Durack, Terry (24 May 2009). "The F food, at least to the Michelin inspectors. But is Gordon Ramsay still a name you can swear by?". The Independent. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  6. ^ "Ramsay's former protegé sticks the knife in as the Scot's flagship restaurant plummets from the world's best 100". The Daily Mail. 21 April 2009. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  7. ^ Prynn, Jonathan (1 September 2010). "Gordon Ramsay falls out of London restaurants top 10". The Evening Standard. Archived from the original on 17 August 2011. Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  8. ^ Watts, Alex (2 September 2009). "Gordon Ramsay's Latest Kitchen Nightmare". Retrieved 9 May 2011.
  9. ^ "The Good Food Guide's Top 60 UK Restaurants AnnouNced". The Good Food Guide. Retrieved 9 May 2011.

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