The Best Of Gordon Ramsay's Restaurants Around The World, According To Reviews

With over 80 restaurants and bars under his belt, Gordon Ramsay is one of the most prolific restaurateurs on the planet. His eateries span the globe, from the United Kingdom to the United States, Singapore, France, Qatar, and many points in between. From Michelin-starred fine dining restaurants in luxury hotels to casual burger joints and fish and chips shops, Ramsay's restaurants aim to please a wide range of palates in a wide range of places.

If you've ever watched "Hell's Kitchen" or "Kitchen Nightmares," you know that Gordon Ramsay has some extremely high standards. He's constantly calling out cooks for overcooking, under-seasoning, and sending out sloppy plates. Therefore, you would expect nothing less than perfection at every one of his restaurants. But is that actually the case? Some spots must be better than others, surely?

To determine which of Gordon Ramsay's restaurants around the world are worth traveling to, we scoured thousands of reviews to uncover what foodies think about each location. These are the spots that earn the most praise from discerning diners for exceptional food, atmosphere, and service. Whether you're looking to splash out on a special meal or grab some casual bites created by a celebrity chef, these Ramsay restaurants come highly recommended.

Restaurant 1890 by Gordon Ramsay, London

Located in the swanky Savoy Hotel above the Savoy Grill (another Gordon Ramsay restaurant), Restaurant 1890 could be considered one of the prettiest restaurants in London. The Art Deco decor includes ornate broadloom carpeting, backlit gold wall paneling, and walk-through wine displays. The space was once used as a private dining room and retains its intimate and exclusive feel. The dishes that come out of the kitchen are just as alluring as the interiors. Its modern French cuisine pays homage to Georges Auguste Escoffier, who cooked at the hotel in the 1890s. Dishes could include a vibrant bouillabaisse or venison with beetroot and blackberries.

Restaurant 1890 gets rave reviews from diners, with a 5-star rating on Tripadvisor and 4.6 stars on Google. Diners gush about everything from the eye-catching decor to the mouthwatering food and the superb service. For example, one smitten diner on Tripadvisor commented, "From start to finish, an excellent experience. Have dined at some very good restaurants (Per Se, One Madison, etc.) but the quality of the service here was the best I have received. Excellent attention to detail (tasting menus for two carnivores, a pescatarian, and a vegetarian all handled perfectly). Fabulous ambiance, and the food and wine were consistently great."

Le Pressoir d'Argent Gordon Ramsay, Bordeaux

If you want to experience some of Gordon Ramsay's exceptionally good French cuisine, book a table at Le Pressoir d'Argent Gordon Ramsay in the Intercontinental Hotel Bordeaux. The restaurant has earned two Michelin stars for its gorgeous decor, refined cuisine, and what reviewers from the Michelin Guide call "ultra competent service." Even diehard French foodies applaud the chef for his creative use of local ingredients like foie gras, Breton lobster, Gascon pork, and Eysines potatoes.

The restaurant gets its name from a rare Christofle silver lobster press that takes center stage in the dining room. If you're having lobster, there's a good chance your server will use the press to extract the succulent meat and juices. You can add the signature lobster dish to your set menu for an additional €70 (about $76). The set menus range from €155 to €235 (approximately $168 to $255).  Diners also recommend adding the wine pairing option. The sommeliers are seasoned pros with over 550 labels to choose from. Many of the wines are from Bordeaux, which any oenophile will know is renowned for being an amazing wine destination.

Gordon Ramsay Hell's Kitchen, Las Vegas

Inspired by Gordon Ramsay's hit reality TV show of the same name, Hell's Kitchen is a fantastic restaurant to put on your Las Vegas bucket list. The restaurant is located in front of Caesar's Palace on the Las Vegas Strip, and it beckons diners in with a giant flaming pitchfork. Inside, it looks just like the set of the show, with an open kitchen divided into blue and red sides and an open-plan dining room that can seat up to 300 people. There is also a bar, a private dining room, and two chef's tables. The menu features signature dishes from the show, like the pan-seared scallops, lobster risotto, and filet mignon.

There are actually several Hell's Kitchen locations across the United States, including branches in Miami, Lake Tahoe, and Atlantic City. However, the Las Vegas location gets the best reviews. One reviewer on Yelp commented, "Truly thought this place was going to be allllll hype, but boy was I wrong. From the lavender cocktail to the chocolate lava cake dessert, I was in absolute heaven. Even the caesar salad was deliciously surprising! The service was prompt and very helpful with all our questions about allergens and ingredients. Order the mac and cheese if you want to be teleported to a planet of delicious cheesiness!"

Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, London

Gordon Ramsay opened his first restaurant in 1998 when he was just 31 years old. Three years later, the fine dining spot earned three Michelin stars. Restaurant Gordon Ramsay has retained those stars ever since, which is no easy feat in the fiercely competitive world of fine dining. The Chelsea eatery still gets accolades from diners for its exquisite French cuisine that makes use of fresh, seasonal ingredients. Chef Matt Abé oversees the culinary team, ensuring dishes like the lobster ravioli and roast pigeon are prepared to Ramsay's lofty expectations.

As you would expect from a three-Michelin-starred restaurant, the prices aren't cheap. The Prestige Menu costs £210 ($266) and includes six courses, including starters, mains, and desserts. If you want to experience the chef's full range of creativity, opt for the Carte Blanche menu for £260 ($337). Each dish will be a bespoke creation based on your preferences and what products are in their prime. In terms of whether the prices justify the meals, one Tripadvisor reviewer stated, "This place is just, wow! Just left and still talking about it two hours later. We had the chef's table and it was just ridiculous. The chef, the waiters. Everything. Is it cheap? No!! But it shouldn't be, it's impeccable."

Gordon Ramsay au Trianon, Versailles

If dining like royalty is your goal, Gordon Ramsay au Trianon is the spot to do it. Set in the sophisticated Waldorf Astoria Versailles – Trianon Palace, the restaurant sits on the edge of the Château de Versailles grounds where Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette once resided. The restaurant's chic interiors have checkered marble floors, crystal chandeliers, and huge windows that offer views of the Trianon's gorgeous gardens. For those who want to go all out, there is an intimate chef's table where you can watch the kitchen team in action and chat with the executive chef as you indulge in a multi-course feast.

The Michelin Guide awarded Gordon Ramsay au Trianon one star for its spectacular setting and enticing menu featuring the very best local produce. The menus change with the seasons but could feature Breton lobster, Salers beef, and French cheeses. And Michelin reviewers aren't the only ones who love this fine dining spot. One TripAdvisor reviewer said of the food, "It's not often that when I eat a dish, my eyes close involuntarily. If you've seen the movie "Ratatouille," when the food critic Anton Ego takes his first bite of the ratatouille dish, this is the best way for me to describe just how wonderful the food was."

Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen, Dubai

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar is a group of Ramsay restaurants that focus on casual, all-day dining with classic British dishes and globally inspired fare. The first location opened in St. Paul's, London, in 2011, and now there are several branches across the globe. The Dubai branch is located in the Atlantis Hotel on Dubai's famous Palm Jumeirah island. If you're visiting Dubai, it's worth stopping into BSK, as many diners give the restaurant resoundingly great reviews.

Step into Bread Street Kitchen & Bar Dubai, and you will find yourself in a massive space with a large bar and a dining room that can seat up to 400 people. There is also an outdoor terrace for al fresco dining. You can sip coffee or cocktails while watching the chefs in the open kitchen prepare your dishes, which could include British favorites like fish and chips and steak and onion pie. You can also opt for globally inspired eats like the tamarind spiced chicken wings and butter chicken curry. Diners consistently call out the beef Wellington as the star dish. Visit on Wellington Wednesday and you can enjoy the signature dish served with truffle mash, spiced carrots, and marrowbone sauce along with starters, desserts, and a carafe of wine for AED 375 ($102) per person.

Gordon Ramsay Burger, Las Vegas

If you're craving a burger on the Las Vegas Strip, make your way to Gordon Ramsay Burger in the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. You can't miss the restaurant's 30-foot wall of fire next to the entrance of Planet Hollywood. The menu has nine standard burgers to choose from and four specialty burgers. Purists can go for the Backyard Burger with classic toppings like American cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onions, and pickles. Adventurous types can opt for burgers with gourmet toppings like Guinness mustard aioli, braised short ribs, or portobello mushrooms.

These are no ordinary burgers, so don't expect burger chain prices. The standard burgers start at $25.99, while the Luxe Royale Burger with wagyu beef, Dubliner cheese, caramelized onion, and foie gras will set you back $49.99. Despite the steep prices, Gordon Ramsay Burger is a guilty pleasure for many visitors and locals. As one Reddit user said, "I've eaten there three times. You're overpaying for the name, but it's a dang good burger." Besides burgers, the restaurant also serves up sides and snacks like truffle parmesan fries and chicken wings, as well as milkshakes, cocktails, and sweets like the sticky toffee pudding ice cream sandwich.

Pétrus by Gordon Ramsay, London

Pétrus is another of Gordon Ramsay's Michelin-starred dining destinations, and it's a pretty sweet spot for a special meal. The restaurant is sleek and minimalist from the outside, but inside, the first thing you encounter is a huge glass wine cellar that can hold up to 700 bins. The over-the-top wine display is a hint of things to come throughout your meal. Chef Orson Vergnand heads a talented team that puts out dishes reviewers say are nothing short of spectacular. Think tartlets with lobster mousse and avocado or duck with honey, lavender, and fennel.

The Prestige Menu is popular with diners because it includes six courses, so you can try a variety of dishes. It starts at £150 ($190) with the option to add matching wines for an additional £150, premium matching wines for £190 ($241), or Connoisseur matching wines for £395 ($501). If you're looking for a bottle to share at the table, head sommelier Daniele Chelo can help you choose the perfect varietal and vintage to go with your meal. A reviewer on Tripadvisor commented, "Fantastic sommelier who made for good conversation about wine experiences not just in the restaurant but in various parts of the world. Unhurried and not at all presumptuous, adapting his approach to each table's mood and experience of wine."

Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips, Orlando

One of the great things about Gordon Ramsay's restaurant empire is that it's not all about upscale dining. His Fish & Chips restaurants feature classic British fish and chips combos at reasonable prices. Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips Orlando gets fabulous reviews for its fun British decor and easy-going eats done well. Located in ICON Park Orlando, it's styled like a casual British chippy where you order at the counter and can take your meal to go. If you want to sit and eat, there are a few counter seats inside and tables on the patio in front of the restaurant.

It's all about the combo boxes at Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips. The top seller is the Fish Combo with golden strips of crispy deep-fried cod, natural sea salt fries, and two sauces. According to one Yelp reviewer, "The fish was juicy and thick, the batter perfectly crisp with a proper thickness (enough for a good bite, but not so thick it had any doughiness or bread texture). Yes there was grease, as they came out hot and freshly fried, but they didn't taste greasy." You can also opt for combos with shrimp, lobster, chicken, a fishwich, or a chickenwich. The Biscoff shake also gets top ratings from reviewers.

Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill, Kuala Lumpur

Gordon Ramsay opened his first restaurant in Malaysia in 2022, and so far, it's been a huge success. The opulent Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill is located in the Sunway Resort Hotel, and it aims to impress with a 24-karat gold leaf ceiling, walnut hardwood floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking a lagoon. There is plenty of space with a lounge, a main dining room, three private dining rooms, and a bar. Ramsay told The Star Online in a 2022 interview, "I didn't want to go for a three-star Michelin restaurant here with just 40 seats, I wanted to come in with something that could create a great standard and could create a great buzz and stir an experience."

The menu is inspired by Ramsay's Savoy Grill, with some of the celebrity chef's most popular dishes on the menu. These include the Arnold Bennett twice-baked soufflé with mornay sauce, the mac and cheese, and the classic beef Wellington, which is rolled out on a serving platter and sliced tableside. Diners have mostly good things to say about the food, as well as the appealing ambiance and warm service. As Natalie Khoo wrote for Buro, "By the end of my four-hour long feast, I can safely say it's worth putting down your name on the booking list here."

Savoy Grill, London

The Savoy Grill is one of three restaurants run by Gordon Ramsay in the luxurious Savoy Hotel (the other two are Restaurant 1890 and The River Restaurant). The fine dining restaurant underwent a revamp in 2023, giving it a fresh look that pays homage to the hotel's illustrious history and also adds modern elements. Inside, you'll find Art Deco touches like velvet booths and handcrafted tiles, while a new bar provides extra seating, and the wine room has been transformed into a private dining room. Diners love the attention to detail in the decor and the dishes.

A read-through of the menu reveals a mix of French and British classics like lobster thermidor, Dover sole, and beef Wellington. There are also modern tweaks on traditional dishes, like the Jerusalem artichoke soup with whipped black garlic and girolles (aka chanterelle mushrooms). You can order from the a la carte menu or opt for one of the set dinner menus that start at £110 ($140) per person. If you want to sample the same quality of food at half the price, visit at lunchtime from Monday to Friday when the Prix Fixe menu goes for £55 ($70) for two courses or £62 ($79) for three courses.

Ramsay's Kitchen, Naperville

Foodies in the Chicago area don't have to travel far to find what some people believe is one of the best dining destinations in the Midwest. Ramsay's Kitchen opened in Naperville in May of 2023, and it's been getting great reviews ever since. The all-day dining spot is housed in a historic building that was once the Oswald Pharmacy. The ambiance is casual but chic, with herringbone wood floors, cushy booths, and a large open kitchen where you can watch the culinary team preparing chef Ramsay's creations.

Although some reviewers say the Ramsay's Kitchen Naperville is slightly pricey, most say the dishes are delicious. The menu includes familiar British favorites like the ale and onion soup, hot roast beef sandwich, and fish and chips. Internationally inspired dishes include the sticky chicken wings with a Korean BBQ glaze and the tuna tartare with chili garlic soy seasoning. One diner left a Google Review saying, "The food was nothing short of delightful. Our anticipation for the Beef Wellington was met with sheer satisfaction as it exceeded all the hype. We also indulged in the Shepherd's Pie and the cheesecake, both of which were exceptional. The craft cocktails were a true work of art, and the wine list offered a wide range of options to suit every preference."

Lucky Cat, Manchester

Set in a stunning historic bank building on King Street in Manchester, Lucky Cat Manchester is Gordon Ramsay's second Asian-inspired restaurant (the first Lucky Cat opened in Mayfair, London, in 2019). The space alone is worth a visit. Soaring ceilings and huge windows create a sense of expansiveness, Art Deco accents add elegance, and there are plenty of spaces for exclusive dining experiences, like the private dining room in the former bank vault. The food is just as enticing, with seductive small plates like sushi, tempura, and miso-baked salmon accompanied by cocktails and wines.

Lucky Cat Manchester got a lot of hype when it opened in 2023, and reviewers still rave about the food and atmosphere. "I honestly thought it might be a bit "style over substance" like the last place I reviewed in Manchester, but I could not have been more wrong," said one Tripadvisor reviewer. "The place itself is beautiful (please do check out the loos, they're so impressive) but it was the food itself that really prompted me to take the time to write a review. I don't know what magic dust was sprinkled in the kitchen that night but I've never tasted anything like it. Stars of the show for me were the salmon, the chicken, and the egg fried rice — yes, they even made egg fried rice interesting!"

Gordon Ramsay's Pub & Grill, Macau

If you're craving a taste of Britain in Macau, Gordon Ramsay's Pub & Grill Macau offers a classic pub vibe with flavors to match. It's suitably located in The Londoner Macao resort, which is unmissable for its massive reproduction of Big Ben and other iconic London landmarks. Inside the gastropub, you'll find dark wood wall panels, exposed brick, and a large bar with a selection of draught beers on tap. Grab a pint at the bar or settle into a leather sofa and tuck into tasty eats like the mussels in English apple cider or the porcini-rubbed roast beef.

While traditional British fare like seafood dishes and savory pies make up a substantial portion of the menu, there is also a great selection of charcoal-grilled steaks. Carnivores can choose from the Westholme Valley Tenderloin M5+, the Rangers Valley Black Market Rib Eye, or the Stockyard M6+ Tomahawk. If you hit a lucky streak at the casino, this is the perfect spot to celebrate your winnings with a sublime steak dinner. Reviewers report that the service is great at both the bar and in the dining room and that the food is worth returning for.


With so many Gordon Ramsay restaurants around the world, choosing the best ones was no easy task. Luckily, reviewers have plenty to say about the celebrity chef's restaurants, both good and bad. The restaurants on this list are the ones with the highest ratings on review sites like Tripadvisor, Yelp, and Google Reviews. We also scoured food blogs and reviews in reputable newspapers, magazines, and online publications to suss out which restaurants offer the best vibes, food, service, and overall experience. These are the top Ramsay restaurants that the majority of reviewers recommend and would return to again.