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Gordon Ramsay to open London skyscraper restaurants

Gordon Ramsay has announced that he will open several new venues at 22 Bishopsgate in the City of London next year, including a chef’s table experience.


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The skyscraper will house five of Ramsay’s brands, which the celebrity chef dubbed “a significant milestone for our business”.

The 59th level will be home to Ramsay’s casual Bread Street Kitchen & Bar concept.

On the 60th floor will be Lucky Cat, Ramsay’s East Asian-inspired culinary concept (there is already a Lucky Cat restaurant in Mayfair, as well as ones in Manchester and Miami). Furthermore, there will be a cocktail terrace commanding views over London.

Also on the 60th floor will be a 14 seat chef’s table, a spinoff of the acclaimed Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea, which holds three Michelin stars.

This would supposedly make the new Ramsay restaurants the highest in the UK, sitting around 269 metres above the streets of London.

The Gordon Ramsay Academy, sponsored by HexClad cookware, is also expected to open in 22 Bishopsgate in February 2025.

“We’re not only launching the highest culinary experiences in London, but also creating a vibrant culinary hub at the incredible 22 Bishopsgate,” Ramsay continued. “I’m incredibly grateful to Barclays and all our partners for their support and I’m so proud of the hard work from our teams.”

While the investment into the 25,000 square feet of space is certainly sizeable, Ramsay toasted strong turnover last year, with accounts for the 12 months to August 2023 revealing a 21.6% increase, up to £95.6 million.

Ramsay’s York & Albany pub in London was recently, briefly, occupied by squatters, who had taken to the Grade II-listed property in protest at the gentrification of the neighbourhood.

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