Gordon James Ramsay Family:
Gordon James Ramsay Early Life
Gordon James Ramsay Career
Gordon James Ramsay Awards
- In the 2001 London “Zagat Survey,” “Restaurant Gordon Ramsay” was named “Top Restaurant in the UK.” Ramsay became the first Scottish-born chef to receive three Michelin stars when the restaurant received its third star in the same year.
- For his contributions to the hospitality sector, he was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the honors list of 2006.
- When he won the “Independent Restaurateur of the Year” title in 2006, he made history by being just the third person to have received three “Catey” awards—the top honour in the UK hospitality sector.
- In London’s Royal Hospital Road, “Restaurant Gordon Ramsay” is renowned for its flawless cuisine execution and service. The restaurant’s food has been characterised as “classic cookery; nuanced, well-edited, and flavor-first.” For eight years, “Harden’s” voted the restaurant as London’s best restaurant. It was replaced in 2008 by “Petrus,” a restaurant run by Marcus Wareing, a former student of Ramsay’s.
- He was admitted into the “Culinary Hall of Fame” in 2013.