Twenty years after his first solo venture, Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant empire is 32 spots strong. Here’s where you can find every. Single. One.
Ramsay brought his restaurant group to America in 2008. That inaugural California spot has since shuttered, but the chef has found fans in Vegas: He’s up to five restaurants there.
Atlantic City, NJ
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill Atlantic City
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Look for the United Kingdom flag on the menu: It indicates a pub favorite dish.
Gordon Ramsay Steak Baltimore
Chose from five prime beef listings, five wagyu ones, and two different chops.
Las Vegas, NV
Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill Las Vegas (Caesars)
You can order a flight of beers from across the pond, followed by a pub standby, like pot pie or beer soup.
Gordon Ramsay Burger
There are 14 burgers on the menu here. Traditionalists have options, but adventurous eaters will appreciate the Curry Burger and the Pork Chop and Applesauce Burger.
Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen (Caesars)
Ramsay’s newest spot is a total nod to his hit show: The space is decked out with pitchforks, red and blue accents, and all Ramsay’s famous bites.
Gordon Ramsay Steak
You know the cuts of meat are great, but the sauces — housemade steak sauce, chimichurri, foie butter — are just as memorable.
Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips
The vibe at this grab-and-go spot is simple, and so is the menu: Just a handful of fried seafood options and several chip (AKA French fry) variations.
The restaurant that started it all — Restaurant Gordon Ramsay — is located in England, but now it’s just one of 14 in the country. You can even find a Ramsay-led spot in Heathrow Airport!
Eat here on a weeknight, and you can get the restaurant’s set menu for less than 20 euros (roughly $25).
York and Albany
This spot’s a little bit swanky, and the meals are British comfort food — with a fancy-ish twist.
Union Street Cafe
At one point, Ramsay soccer bud David Beckham backed this Italian spot. Chefs offer pasta cooking classes and free meals for kids.
Heddon Street Kitchen
You should come hungry and with a crowd. This Ramsay spot is famous for its t-bone and porterhouse cuts that feed a group.
You can expect a classic Ramsay menu — read: meat-heavy — but with Asian influences. There are miso-glazed lamb cutlets, dry aged char siu, and Sichuan duck breast.
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Bread Street Kitchen
They do breakfast and brunch especially well here, with eggs cooked every way you could imagine.
Maze Grill Park Walk
With sushi, steaks, and salads, you can satisfy nearly any eater here.
Maze Grill Royal Hospital Road
On Saturdays, the sushi and bubbly are bottomless from noon until 5 p.m.
This is fine French cooking done right, and the wine cellar holds more than 2,000 different bottles.
If you feel like you were born into the wrong era, head here: Savoy Grill is 1920s England come to life, but the menu is inspired by British dining trends that date back to the 1800s.
There’s a special Sunday menu here, and all four of the roasts on it are famously delicious.
Maze Grill Mayfair
The Maze Grill in Mayfair is the original of the three surf-and-turf Ramsay now runs.
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Restaurant Gordon Ramsay
Ramsay opened this spot in 1998 as his first solo project. Now it’s got three Michelin stars.
Plane Food Heathrow
Ramsay has strong feelings about airplane food; he’ll never eat it. But airport food? He’s reinventing it. This spot at Terminal 5 offers sit-down dining and grab-and-go.
Ramsay’s restaurant empire is all over the world — France, Italy, Qatar, Singapore.
Le Bordeaux, Bordeaux
Noteworthy politicians and artists have all dined here since the spot’s opening in the mid-1800s. The cuisine is mostly French, but with Gordon’s signature British touch.
Le Pressoir d’Argent Gordon Ramsay, Bordeaux
This restaurant is named after a rare lobster press that acts as the dining room’s centerpiece. So it makes sense the signature dish is lobster — from the “press.”
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Au Trianon, Versailles
This place is the epitome of luxe: It’s in a Waldorf Astoria hotel, steps from the Palace of Versailles. Save up for the pricey entrees, like blue lobster and a rack of lamb.
La Veranda, Versailles
This spot’s in the same hotel as Au Trianon, but it’s decidedly less fancy. The food is more contemporary and the décor is brighter.
Bread Street Kitchen & Bar Hong Kong
Chefs here fly in artisanal products from London so the food tastes just as good as it does in the U.K.
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Castel Monastero, Siena
It looks like you’re dining in caves, with curved brick arches and walls. There are five pasta starters — and you’re going to want them all.
Forte Village, Sardinia
You can enjoy seafood and pasta with a seaside view
Gordon Ramsay Mediterranean Doha, Doha
The menu here changes seasonally, but dishes always pull inspiration from Sardinia, the South of France, and Spain.
Opal by Gordon Ramsay, Doha
If you have a guilty pleasure food, your favorite is probably on this menu: lobster mac, pizza, chicken wings.
Bread Street Kitchen Singapore
Diners love this spot for the al fresco bar.
United Arab Emirates
Bread Street Kitchen & Bar Dubai, Dubai
The open, industrial vibe here mirrors that of the original spot in London. Along with the beef Wellington, chefs serve a vegetarian version, too.
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Sarah Weinberg is the deputy editor at Delish and has covered food, travel, home, and lifestyle for a number of publications, including Food Network Magazine and Country Living. She’s originally from the Bay Area, has an unhealthy affinity for the Real Housewives of Anywhere, and harbors strong feelings about fruit salad.
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