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Check out Gordon Ramsay's cancellation policy

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Wow. I just cancelled our lunch reservation for our birthday as since we arrive the night before very late.. if ANYTHING were to go wrong with the low cost flight, we definitely would not even arrive til late the next day .. so.. when asked for our credit card, I had them send me the cancellation policy.

First of all, we were going for lunch which has a fixed price menu under 50GBP.

I still hope we arrive timely the night before and when I call, they have an opening for us, but I thought it a bit extreme for LUNCH and of course didn't want to chance it.

..."Where guests wish to make a reservation, it is the restaurant's policy to secure the booking with their credit card details. In the event that the booking is not honoured in whole or in part by you, or is cancelled by you with less than 48 hours notice it will be at the discretion of Restaurant Gordon Ramsay to charge £150 per person to your credit card."

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