Gordon Ramsay's London House in Battersea closes

By Finn Scott-Delany

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Gordon Ramsay London House restaurant in Battersea closes

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Gordon Ramsay has closed his London House restaurant in Battersea.

The chef has operated the neighbourhood restaurant since it opened in Battersea Square​ in 2014. The 65-cover restaurant took on the site that was formerly Bennett’s Brasserie and Oyster Bar.

Fleurets is offering the site for a rent of £60,000 a year with no premium.

Gordon Ramsay Group will continue to operate two nearby restaurants under its Bread Street Kitchen & Bar and Street Pizza brands at Battersea Power Station.

Earlier this month, Gordon Ramsay Restaurant Group acquired the Pizza East brand from Soho House,​ as well as the group’s flagship restaurant in London’s Shoreditch, which has since reopened.

Ramsay’s eponymous restaurant in Chelsea and Petrus in Belgravia retained their three and one star status respectively in the Michelin Guide.

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