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Gordon Ramsey

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Gordon Ramsey

Hi All,

Has anyone been to the Gordon Ramsey restaurant at Claridges.

I am trying to organise a especial dinner and would love peoples opinions.

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1. Re: Gordon Ramsey

In my view over hyped over priced -incidentally contract has only been renewed by Hotel for 1 year. Wareings Berkely better . & le Gavroche.

Bon appetit Regmaiche

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2. Re: Gordon Ramsey

I found Marcus Wareing very stuffy personally, depending on what kind of special dinner is being arranged. Cold rather than romantic.

I like Maze of the GR franchises.

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I agree le Gavroche is better (the very best )

I felt that the Claridges restaurant was large and impersonal

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Wow! it's interesting to get opinions on TA. I reserved lunch for 4. It was my daughter's birthday. I had requested a signed copy of one of Ramseys cookbooks for her. It was on the chair when we arrived. She was surprised and happy with all the staff did. All of us enjoyed the food as well as the ambience. We toured the kitchen after we ate. The staff could not have done more to make it a wonderful day.

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Thanks for all your comments this really helps.

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I second the Maze recommendation - I had a truly wonderful experience there and purchased a signed copy of the Maze cookbook (Jason Atherton, not GR sadly).

littledickens - Your daughter is a lucky person indeed! I would love to tour the kitchen.

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7. Re: Gordon Ramsey

I think if you're going to 'do' Ramsay you should stick with Royal Hospital Road personally.

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I on the other hand would pick Petrus if i was going for a GR restaurant.

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This is starting to stray a bit off topic from the OPs original question, but here's my 2 cents (er, pence).

I refused to bring a sport coat or dressy clothes on vacation, so we opted to eat at Foxtrot Oscar's which is a little bit less dressy than the others. We were very comfortable wearing neat casual clothes there and the food/service were exceptional. I would definitely eat there again.

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My wife and I dined at GR @ Claridges several years ago. Restaurant was fairly quiet and the service was excellent, efficient without being over bearing. The food was excellent too.

There will be better restaurants but it's good to say you've tried it and enjoyed it.