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68 Royal Hospital Rd, SW3 4HP
London, England, United Kingdom
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If you are hungry while enjoying Chelsea Physic Garden, come to this restaurant to dine. Gordon Ramsay is famous for its French cuisine. Taste the wonderful soufflé and delicious tarte. Many guests mention that the sushi is awful. One of the menu items is the great wine. Enjoy the great champagne. Many guests find the service excellent. It's a three-star Michelin restaurant that is worth a special trip. The restaurant was rewarded with 4 black knife-and-fork symbols that means that the Michelin experts state Gordon Ramsay has top-class comfort.

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I ordered the £145 prestige tasting menu at Restaurant Gordon Ramsey, and while most courses tasted good, none were quite mind-blowing. It's usually the other way around, but I actually thought the entrees were significantly better than the appetizers or desserts. In particular, the lamb was delicious but the ravioli and lemonade parfait were ordinary. I was hoping that this restaurant would top my list of favorite Michelin experiences in London, but unfortunately that didn't happen. Oh also, what's up with the co-ed bathroom? // Peas, radish, mint, onion, goat's cheese* // Pressed foie gras - green apples, turnips, watercress, smoked duck // Ravioli - lobster, langoustine, salmon, oxtails and wood sorrel // Poached Isle of Gigha halibut - Atlantic King crab, finger lime, ras el hanout infused broth // Braised, confit and roasted Herdwick lamb - spring vegetable 'navarin' // Soup - pineapple, coconut, kaffir lime // Pineapple coconut and kaffir lime mousse* // Sorbet - English Breakfast tea, mint // Lemonade parfait - honey, bergamot, sheep's milk yoghurt // Elderflower jelly, strawberry ice cream coated in white chocolate,
My second UK three Michelin star experience left me even more impressed than my first in February. From the moment I stepped into the waiting room, I was attended to by a staff member at one point or another throughout the entire night. Michelin says that execution here is flawless and it really is-- I've griped about the waiter bumping into my dining partner's chair throughout the night at EMP, or the bizarre music that was played at Alain Ducasse, but the attention to detail given at Gordon Ramsay was unbelievable. The maitre d', Jean Claude, is world class. He memorized my name and addressed me by it every time he came and chatted with me. For food, I selected the menu prestige option: 1) Pressed foie gras: Foie gras doesn't really do anything for me regardless of the restaurant, but this course was still extremely pleasant. 2) Ravioli: a single piece was all that was needed. Absolute savory perfection, it's been on the menu for 23 years for a reason 3) Poached Isle of Gigha Halibut. Looks like a pillow of air, and tastes just the same. It melted in my mouth with no bad fishy after taste. 4) Braised, confit and roasted lamb: a selection of five different cuts of lamb, all of which were  the most tender I've had. The confit lamb was unbelievable. 5) Selection of cheeses from the trolley: I selected one of each of the different groupings of cheese, and told my waiter "the stronger, the better." He did not disappoint. Their fromagerie is local in the Marylebone district of London 6) Sorbet: I had to work for this one-- my instruction was to crush the liquid nitrogen dried mint in my mortar and pestle bowl, and roll the sorbet around it. 7) Lemon parfait: Simply exquisite, and a perfect finish to this meal 8) Bonus course: I'll leave this one for you to find out on your own ;) I'll be back to England in February for a visit to the Waterside Inn so I'll have a third of now five (to include Araki's addition to the three star list) to compare then.
I planned for my Europe trip few months in advance and booked Gordon Ramsay restaurant to celebrate for my hubby's birthday dinner. I have been to a few 3 Michelin star and 2 Michelin star restaurants in Tokyo, HK, NYC & Vegas.  Of coz, I would expect more at one of 3 Michelin star restaurant in London. It was NOT incredibly expensive as 3 Michelin star restaurant (compared with Paris).   We ordered tasting menu and dishes were phenomenal!   Pressed foie gras - It's light but tasty Lobster Ravioli - It's so delicious Poached Halibut - presented beautifully but halibut taste a bit raw... Lamb in 3 ways (Braised, confit and roasted) - it's cooked perfect on each way. Roast Pigeon - I would say Chinese Roast Pigeon a bit better.. LOL Soup **So different and special** - Pineapple coconut, it liked a drink than a soup to us. Taste so fresh and good. Sorbet - English breakfast tea with mint.  We needed grind the mint by ourselves and put the sorbet into stone mortar and pestle. White chocolate covered strawberry sorbet balls - That's so cool with dry ice presentation Lemon Parfait - I personally don't like sheep milk and didn't expect bergamot would taste so good with lemon parfait. After big meal, the manger chatted and  offered us to visit the kitchen.  It's pretty impressed for medium size kitchen and staffs can make such quality of dishes.
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68 Royal Hospital Rd, London, England, United Kingdom, SW3 4HP Get directions
Opening hours
MondayMon 12:00-14:15, 18:30-22:15
TuesdayTue 12:00-14:15, 18:30-22:15
WednesdayWed 12:00-14:15, 18:30-22:15
ThursdayThu 12:00-14:15, 18:30-22:15
FridayFri 12:00-14:15, 18:30-22:15
SaturdaySat Closed
SundaySun Closed
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