Gordon Ramsay will open restaurants in London's tallest skyscraper

Gordon Ramsay will open restaurants in London's tallest skyscraper



The concepts include Lucky Cat and Restaurant Gordon Ramsay.

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is no stranger to London and has opened restaurants across the capital. Now, he is taking it to new heights and is bringing new restaurants to London's tallest skyscraper, 22 Bishopsgate. The ventures include the Chinese concept Lucky Cat and the three Michelin-starred Restaurant Gordon Ramsay.

Reservations will open in September 2024 with the restaurants set to follow in February 2025. Lucky Cat will be located on the 60th floor and offer 360-degree views of London. It will also be home to a terrace with a cocktail bar, and it will remain open until 3am. 

London's tallest skyscraper

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay will be located on the 60th floor and offers a 14-seat chef's table. Drawing inspiration from Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, it is his flagship fine dining restaurant and showcases modern French food.

Gordon explained: "This is more than just a new opening, it's a significant milestone for our business. We're not only launching the highest culinary experiences in London but also creating a vibrant culinary hub at the incredible 22 Bishopsgate. I'm so proud of the hard work from our teams. I cannot wait to share this unique dining experience with our guests."

Gordon hails from Johnstone, Scotland. He has restaurants across the world including Dubai, Hong Kong and Las Vegas. He is famous for his cocky and controversial personality in TV shows ranging from Hell's Kitchen to The F Word. Profanity aside, he is an award-winning chef and his restaurants currently hold seven MICHELIN Stars. 

Reservations to dine in London's tallest skyscraper will open in September. 

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GO: Visit www.gordonramsay.com for more information.