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Gordon Ramsay enforces stricter dress code

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, the celebrity chef’s flagship fine dining establishment in Chelsea, has reminded customers of how they should dress when visiting the three-Michelin-starred restaurant.

A notice on the restaurant’s website regarding what to wear has, according to various media outlets, been given greater prominence recently.

“We would like all of our guests to feel free to express their own individual style,” it begins. “However, we do ask guests to avoid shorts, tracksuits and hoodies. Smart trainers are fine.”

“We know lots of our guests like to dress smartly which we appreciate! Ultimately we want every guest to feel at home,” it concluded.

These guidelines concerning how to dress have reportedly been made tighter in the last year. db has contacted the restaurant to ascertain the reasoning behind the change.

Dining from the Menu Prestige at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay will set you back £210 (or £240 if you add cheese) – the Carte Blanche Menu, where chef and co-owner Matt Abé can cook a bespoke menu of his design, costs £260.

The issue of how to behave in fine dining establishments is one that seems to constantly generate headlines. Last year, Sushi Kanesaka at hotel 45 Park Lane, part of the Dorchester Collection, requested that diners do not spray perfume on themselves before going there as it would overwhelm the smell of the ingredients.

Sometimes chefs are culpable, as a group of Birkenstock-wearing cooks found out when they were turned away from a restaurant in Washington DC.

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