The celeb chefs are hot this month!
Superchef Gordon Ramsay is opening a brand new restaurant on 26 September and we are booking now. The Bread Street Kitchen is an all-day kind of eat-anytime restaurant with an East London warehouse aesthetic (if the words ‘warehouse’ and ‘aesthetic’ actually go together) for relaxed dining and drinking at any time of day. We predict greatness, in a laid-back sort of way. And all of the other Gordon Ramsay restaurants are waiting for you. If you haven’t tried them, you haven’t really been to London.
Marco Pierre White has been travelling at the speed of sound, having relaunched the venerable Wheeler’s of St James’s restaurant he then has taken over the countryside with his lovely Kings Arms in Haslemere, The Box Tree in Ilkley (the restaurant where he got his start) and The Chequers Inn in Maresfield in the Sussex Weald, among others. At The Chequers Inn, Marco now has his own brewed ale, The Governor, named for one of his grandfather’s greyhounds.
Mark Hix is getting more and more stuck in to the Lyme Regis community, where his Hix Oyster and Fish House is sited, having just hosted a fundraising dinner for a local charity. But diners in town will be delight to hear that Sunday lunch is back on the menu at Hix Oyster and Chop House in Farringdon as of now.
Albert and Michel Roux are possibly still beaming from the astounding success of their first shared venture in eighteen years, Roux at The Landau which has achieved a staggering 8.8 among toptable diners, as well as the rave reviews they’ve earned for the book they published this year, French Country Cooking. Oh, and Michel Roux Jr’s newly created cookware is about to hit Peter Jones this month too.
And there’s so much more: Jun Tanaka of Pearl spent his summer founding Street Food with Mark Jankel, and taking their refurbed Airstream trailer around the country serving 100% British street food and winning the Best Main Dish at this year’s British Street Food Awards. Congratulations, chaps!
We at toptable couldn’t be prouder of the number and calibre of the famous chefs who feature their restaurants on toptable — in fact, the seriously fine Gary Rhodes was one of our very earliest supporters. His Rhodes W1, Rhodes W1 Brasserie and gorgeous Rhodes 24 restaurants still feature highly on the site and are all hugely popular with you toptable diners. We have some of the most accomplished and celebrated chefs’ restaurants available for you right now, from Jamie Oliver and Tom Aikens to Angela Hartnett and the Galvin brothers.
This is a great time to explore the exciting world of celebrity chef dining. Click here and enjoy.