Gordon Ramsay’s HK restaurants shut abruptly

On 31 March, three restaurants under the helm of British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay in Hong Kong announced their abrupt closure, effective from 1 April.

It was reported that the three Gordon Ramsay outlets, namely Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, London House and Maze Grill, are going to shut down from 1 April without any prior notice.

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, a casual restaurant and bar, was the first Hong Kong outlet opened by Ramsay in the Lan Kwai Fong district in September 2014. It was relocated to the peak in March 2019.

The pub-inspired London House was opened in in 2015 and Maze Grill, which opened in October 2018, was a steakhouse concept, nestled alongside the Victoria harbour.

The three restaurants are operated by local dining group Dining Concepts.

One Response to “Gordon Ramsay’s HK restaurants shut abruptly”

  1. Which Chef runs which HK Restaurant?

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