Gordon Ramsay is taking his London restaurants to Asia with the Bread Street Kitchen opening in central Hong Kong in September.
Further restaurants are planned in the area and across the region later in the year and in 2015. Operating as a consultancy and licensing arrangement, the Gordon Ramsay Group will be partnering with Dining Concepts in Hong Kong who specialise in the development of high quality experiences throughout the region.
Bread Street Kitchen will mirror its counterpart in London. The menu is British European, the restaurant and bar complex an exciting destination in a warehouse-style design. Furnishings are a mix of vintage and modern, creating an atmosphere-led, high quality dining adventure.
Bread Street Kitchen is one of 12 restaurants by the Group in London. The Group is also in final discussions with Las Vegas Sands regarding potential opportunities in Singapore and Macau.
Gordon Ramsay says, “This is an exciting step for the Group; entering Asia, which has such an amazing food culture, and also bringing our London concepts which have been such a success, to new markets.”
The Gordon Ramsay Group is run by managing director Stuart Gillies and employs more than 700 people in the UK through its 12 restaurants.
The Group has a total of 24 restaurants globally and 7 Michelin stars, with international restaurants in Europe, the US and the Middle East. Originally routed in fine dining, the Group has expanded to include more casual fine dining sites such as Bread Street Kitchen, maze,Savoy Grill in London, Gordon Ramsay BurGR and Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill in Las Vegas.
Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea is the Group’s flagship venue, which has held three Michelin-stars for more than 12 years.