Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill reopens at The Savoy Hotel

THE ICONIC Savoy Grill returns with a spectacular 1920s-inspired makeover, celebrating its 125th anniversary and marking the grand reopening of Gordon Ramsay’s prestigious restaurant at The Savoy Hotel.

The new interiors, expertly designed by the multi-award-winning Afroditi Krassa, exude opulence and sophistication, transporting guests to the era of Gatsby with luxurious deep-red velvet booths and blush silk-lined walls. Handmade feather tiles, scalloped pewter bars, and bespoke artwork by fashion illustrator Thom Botwood provide a stunning backdrop to this historic dining room.

Executive Head Chef Michael Turner has crafted a delectable spring menu, highlighting exquisite dishes such as Louët-Feisser Oysters, Gordon Ramsay’s Signature Beef Wellington, and the indulgent Savoy Grill Éclair. The Grill also pays homage to its culinary roots with the Arnold Bennett soufflé, a nod to the legendary omelette created for the famous author in 1929.

One of the most exciting additions to the Savoy Grill is the exclusive Wine Experience Room, a walnut wood-lined sanctuary showcasing the world’s finest wines. Here, guests can indulge in rare and exclusive vintages under the guidance of the restaurant’s Head of Wine and Sommeliers.

The Savoy Grill continues its popular Chef’s Table, offering an immersive dining experience under the expert guidance of Restaurant Director Thierry Tomasin, who captivates guests with his enchanting French style. As Gordon Ramsay himself says, the revival is “everything I hoped it would be and more.”

by Zlata Kryudor

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