Gordon Ramsay opens second Hong Kong restaurant, London House
British celebrity chef's Tsim Sha Tsui East restaurant with outdoor seating facing the harbour offers casual, all-day dining and will feature DJs and live bands at weekends
British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has followed his fellow Briton Jamie Oliver across Victoria Harbour to Tsim Sha Tsui. Ramsay's London House, his second Hong Kong restaurant, opened this week on Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East.
London House (tel: 3650 3333) is a more casual restaurant than Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, Ramsay's first restaurant in the city, which opened in Central in September 2014. It is offering all-day dining and will feature live entertainment, including DJs and bands on weekends and public holidays. Dining Concepts founder and managing director Sandeep Sekhri was recently quoted as saying the majority of the seats at the gastropub were outdoor ones facing Victoria Harbour, and that there was a large TV screen inside to show sports.
The menu offers British pub food, such as fish and chips, bangers and mash, shepherd’s pie and grilled items.
Oliver beat Ramsay to Hong Kong with his first venture, Jamie's Italian, which opened in Causeway Bay in July 2014. His second Jamie's Italian opened in Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, in May 2015.
Sekhri also said that plans for Ramsay to open a restaurant in Macau would not now go ahead.