The UK’s tallest skyscraper, at 22 Bishopsgate, is getting some restaurants in the rooms above the Horizon 22 viewing gallery after Gordon Ramsay Restaurants signed a long lease for the four floors above.

Lucky Cat concept image (c) Gordon Ramsay Restaurants

The restaurants will include Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay, an Asian inspired restaurant influenced by Tokyo’s 1930s kissas and Shanghai’s drinking dens – and will include an open-air rooftop terrace.

There will be contemporary British cuisine at Bread Street Kitchen and 22 Bishopsgate will also feature a new 14-seat Chef’s Table concept.

Meanwhile, the Gordon Ramsay Academy will open its first central location where cooks can hone their culinary skills.

Gordon Ramsay said of the announcement: “This is more than just a new opening – it’s a significant milestone for our business. We’re not only launching the highest culinary experiences in London but also creating a vibrant culinary hub at the impressive 22 Bishopsgate in the heart of the city. I would like to thank all our partners, including Barclays, for their support and I cannot wait to share this unique dining experience with our guests”.

Reservations for the restaurants at 22 Bishopsgate will open from July 2024.


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