Gordon Ramsay to Open Five New Restaurants at 22 Bishopsgate in London

In February 2025, the five brand-new dining establishments will open at 22 Bishopsgate, one of the highest office buildings in London.

Gordon Ramsay is one of the few chefs to have achieved true Elysian heights. After Restaurant Gordon Ramsay earned a three-star Michelin rating in 2001 (a distinction it still holds today), the chef’s career took off, with numerous restaurants and frequent TV appearances. He’s done everything: pizza, burgers, beef Wellington, cheap and fancy eating. However, Chef Ramsay is getting ready to start a new business as he opens several new restaurants at the top of one of London’s tallest office buildings, 22 Bishopsgate.

This opening, which includes five distinct culinary experiences, is positioned as a critical turning point in the history of Gordon Ramsay Restaurants and follows the 25th anniversary of the first Restaurant Gordon Ramsay’s opening.

The acclaimed Asian-inspired restaurant, Lucky Cat by Ramsay, will open at 22 Bishopsgate next year. Lucky Cat, located on level 60 of the office building, will provide a wide variety of Asian cuisine, including fried tempura, sushi, dumplings, and bao buns. Additionally, diners will be treated to breathtaking 360-degree vistas of the British city. This new site reflects the popularity of Ramsay’s Asian-inspired restaurant, flourishing since Lucky Cat Mayfair, Manchester, and Miami opened. 

The Lucky Cat rooftop bar, where guests may enjoy cocktails 60 floors above the City of London, is attached to this new eatery. Entertainment is available until three in the morning so they won’t tire of the view.

Upon descending the elevator to level 59, patrons will reach another iconic Ramsay establishment: Bread Street Kitchen & Bar. This restaurant offers a wide variety of international cuisine, including fish and chips, tuna tartare, ribs, and chicken wings.  

Diners will be headed to a private 14-seat chef’s table on the 60th level to get the complete Ramsay experience. This chef’s table will serve guests gourmet fare at an altitude, straight from the staff of the chef’s flagship restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay.