Guest Post: The Ramsay Dining Experience

This is a guest post by Katy Robinson, a travel guide writer. Katy has been working as a travel guide writer for a number of years and loves to relate her own travel stories.

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London is home to a number of Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants. However, I was pleasantly surprised to find that not all of them are beyond the average budget. One of my favourite Ramsay restaurants is The Warrington and surprisingly it is very reasonably priced.

The Warrington is a pub and restaurant which was originally built in 1857. It is no ordinary pub – this is a Chef Ramsay pub and so unlike the run-of-the-mill establishment located on the corner of most streets in cities in the UK, this joint has an extravagant interior, great menu and even better food. There are two floors: the downstairs pub is where you can enjoy bar snacks, a few drinks or a roast dinner on Sunday afternoons; upstairs is a sophisticated restaurant where you can expect great service and innovative cuisine. Yes, you should expect to spend a bit more on your lunch or dinner at this pub-restaurant. However, I think you will agree that it is worth it for the Ramsay dining experience.

I have also eaten at Gordon Ramsay’s Plane Food in London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5. I was waiting on a British Airways flight to Glasgow and I decided to treat myself to something nice. I think that all airport restaurants are generally more expensive and so I was happy to pay the prices (which seemed similar to other good restaurants in the airport) and I can confirm that the food was excellent. I was set up for my flight and didn’t need to purchase a meal on board, although I was offered a complimentary drink.

Not only does the F Word Chef have restaurants in the UK, but also in destinations all over the world such as Australia, Japan, the USA and Dubai. Check out the official website for more details of Ramsay’s restaurants worldwide.