A Guide To Gordon Ramsay’s Restaurants

By Ellie Smith

5 months ago

From pizza to steak and fine dining, the celebrity chef has done it all

He’s one of the world’s most famous chefs, but where can you try Gordon Ramsay’s food? In short: many, many places. Since opening his first eponymous restaurant back in 1998, Ramsay has built a culinary empire, with a string of eateries dotted all over the world – from London to Las Vegas and Singapore. Read on for everything you need to know about the ever-expanding Gordon Ramsay Restaurants group.

Gordon Ramsay

How Many Restaurants Does Gordon Ramsay Have?

According to the most recent figures, Ramsay owns 58 restaurants around the world. This includes 24 in the UK alone, making Gordon Ramsay Restaurants one of the largest privately-owned restaurant groups in the country. There are also lots in North America, with outposts of Ramsay’s various concepts in places like Miami, Chicago, Las Vegas, New York and Boston.

What Are His Different Restaurant Concepts?

Rather than sticking to one style of cuisine, Ramsay offers a range of different dining formats and experiences – from Pan-Asian to pizza and steak. These include:

  • Lucky Cat: serves an Asian-inspired menu amid glitzy surroundings, with outposts in London, Manchester and a branch opening in Miami in February 2024.
  • Bread Street Kitchen & Bar: London-based all-day dining restaurant, with branches in Southwark, the City and St Paul’s.
  • Hell’s Kitchen: US-based restaurant inspired by the Hell’s Kitchen reality show.
  • Gordon Ramsay Burger: US-based restaurant serving premium burgers, with locations in places including Chicago, Boston and Vancouver.
  • Restaurant 1890 By Gordon Ramsay: standalone restaurant at The Savoy hotel in London offering a modern French tasting menu, which has just been awarded its first Michelin star.
  • Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill: London-based restaurant serving steaks and grills, with branches in Mayfair and Chelsea.
  • The Savoy Grill: 1920’s-inspired dining at The Savoy hotel in London, with a classic British and French menu (read our full review here).
  • Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay: standalone restaurant in Knightsbridge, London, serving Michelin-starred French food.
Lucky Cat

Lucky Cat

What Is His Most Successful Restaurant?

Ramsay’s most esteemed restaurant is his original, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea, London. After opening back in the late ‘90s the restaurant quickly soared to success, and by 2001 it had acquired three Michelin stars – which it has held onto ever since. The intimate dining room seats just 45 guests, focusing on modern French cuisine, with the kitchen currently helmed by chef patron Matt Abé, who has spent 16 years rising through the ranks across Ramsay’s restaurants.

Where Can You Find His Bottomless Pizza Offering?

If you’re after pizza, the restaurant for you is Gordon Ramsay Street Pizza, Ramsay’s Italian-inspired offering with branches dotted around the UK. The restaurant is famous for its bottomless pizza offering, which you can enjoy for just £18, available everywhere apart from the Kensington branch. Locations include:

  • Battersea, London
  • Southwark, London
  • St Paul’s, London
  • Liverpool
  • Edinburgh


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Which Is Best For Steaks?

In London, Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill is known for its rare breed steaks. In North America, head to Gordon Ramsay Steak, with locations in Atlantic City, Kansas City and Las Vegas, with a Vancouver branch set to open this year.

Which Gordon Ramsay Restaurants Are There In Las Vegas?

Ramsay’s food is particularly popular in Las Vegas, where you’ll find:

  • Gordon Ramsay Steak
  • Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips
  • Ramsay’s Kitchen
  • Gordon Ramsay Burger
  • Hell’s Kitchen