Gordon Ramsay is opening five high-rise restaurants in the City of London next year

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Gordon Ramsay is opening five high-rise restaurants in the City of London next year

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Gordon Ramsay will open five new venues at 22 Bishopsgate in London next year, including a second, smaller iteration of his flagship three star Restaurant Gordon Ramsay.

In what is described as Ramsay’s largest investment yet, the venue, which is the tallest building in the City of London, will be home to the chef’s Lucky Cat and Bread Street Kitchen brands as well as The Gordon Ramsay Academy in February 2025.

Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay will occupy the 60th floor of the building and will be the second London outpost for the brand and the third in the UK. The venue will extend to the Lucky Cat Roof Terrace for cocktails and entertainment and will have a licence until 3am.

Level 60 will also be home to a 14-seat Chef’s Table from Ramsay’s acclaimed Chelsea venue Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, which this year is celebrating its 25th anniversary.


Below on level 59 will be Bread Street Kitchen & Bar by Gordon Ramsay.

Each venue promises to offer ‘unparalleled views of the London skyline’.


“This is more than just a new opening - it’s a significant milestone for our business,” says Ramsay.

“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 incredibly grateful to Barclays and all our partners for their support and I’m so proud of the hard work from our teams.

“I cannot wait to share this unique dining experience with our guests.”

22 Bishopsgate will also house The Gordon Ramsay Academy, powered by HexClad.

Reservations for 22 Bishopsgate will open in September.  

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