London - Gordon Ramsay's restaurant.

Old Sep 30th, 2005, 09:17 AM
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London - Gordon Ramsay's restaurant.

I would like to know which GOrdon Ramsay's location is better - Claridges or Royal Hospital Road? Also, what dishes do fodorites recommend? Thanks in advance.
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Old Sep 30th, 2005, 09:34 AM
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We love the Claridges location.

Everything is sublime; you are inthe hands of a master ( albeit a cantakerous one!!)

You'll love it
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We went to the Royal Hospital Road location last year. We went for lunch which had a few advantages - slightly less expensive (if $400 for lunch can be considered less expensive) and we had a very relaxing afternoon. I think that our reservation was for 1:30PM and we didn't leave until nearly 5:00PM.

I'm sure prices have changed, but at the time there was a 3 course prix fixe lunch for 35GBP, a 3 course ala carte for 65GBP and a tasting menu for 80GBP.

The taste combinations are as unusual as they are fantastic. The seafood dishes are particularly creative and the desserts - to die for!

This location (original) is very understated and cozy.

Good luck making reservations!

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I presume you mean which restaurant is better rather than which has the best location.

The Claridge's one is an hotel restaurant, a good one, but it certainly isn't up to the standards of his flagship one in Chelsea which holds three Michelin stars.
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No contest - it's the Royal Hospital Road one. It's the one he (occasionally) actually cooks in.
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