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Two Course Meal for Two at a Gordon Ramsay Restaurant in London / 8 Locations £30.00 @ Virgin Experience Days
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Two Course Meal for Two at a Gordon Ramsay Restaurant in London / 8 Locations £30.00 @ Virgin Experience Days

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Comes to £15.00 Per Person. Excellent price for a two course meal at a Gordon Ramsay restaurant especially in London. The price quoted of £30.00 is for 2 people inclusive. After checking a few other sites like Buy a Gift this deal still works out cheaper !!!!

VALID ON OR BEFORE 13 FEBRUARY 2020

Find another reason to love London and dine in style with a two-course meal for two at your choice of Gordon Ramsay restaurant.

You can take your pick from eight of the celebrated chef’s renowned restaurants in London, with two dishes each from a carefully curated ‘Love January’ set menu for two. Menus will vary depending on location – you’ll find American-style comfort classics at Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill, whilst Union Street Café is all about authentic Italian dishes – but no matter what you choose, you can be sure of the finest produce, served up with creative flair by some of the best in the business. Kick off 2020 in style.

What's Included?
  • Two-course lunch or dinner for two
  • Delightful Love January set menu
  • Choice of eight participating Gordon Ramsay restaurants in London:
    Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill, Mayfair
    Heddon Street Kitchen, Piccadilly
    Union Street Café, Southwark
    London House, Battersea
    Maze Grill Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea
    Maze Grill Park Walk, Chelsea
    The Narrow, Limehouse
    York & Albany, Camden
  • Excludes fine dining restaurants Savoy Grill and Petrus
  • Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and message card
  • Cancellation indemnity

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Is being insulted by the chef included?
Does the small print say 'It probably won't be Gordon himself who cooks the food, he'll get the person he's abused the least that week to cook as they're least likely to spit in the food?'
Edited by: "paulhollio" 8th Jan
jon81uk08/01/2020 16:08

Also available directly with the restaurants …Also available directly with the restaurants https://www.gordonramsayrestaurants.com/whats-on/love-january/



Having now seen the menus, this is only an good deal, not quite great. Most of them have a burger as the main. So a burger and chips plus starter or dessert for £15 isn't bad, but its not an amazing bargain.
  • Experience gift pack including personalised voucher and message card
That's a nice touch makes all the difference.

Is it a BYO?
jon81uk08/01/2020 16:55

Having now seen the menus, this is only an good deal, not quite great. …Having now seen the menus, this is only an good deal, not quite great. Most of them have a burger as the main. So a burger and chips plus starter or dessert for £15 isn't bad, but its not an amazing bargain.


Would rather go to Wetherspoons tbh and get a burger and beer for £7
this place is great, steak club Tuesdays highly recommended but always busy
jdwetherspoon.com/pub…don
Note, this deal seems to only apply to a specific deal menu.
jon81uk08/01/2020 16:55

Having now seen the menus, this is only an good deal, not quite great. …Having now seen the menus, this is only an good deal, not quite great. Most of them have a burger as the main. So a burger and chips plus starter or dessert for £15 isn't bad, but its not an amazing bargain.


I've looked at four of these menus now, and only one had a burger of those I checked, and it was a dry aged rib burger, and it was only one option of three.

Either way, you're not going to a Gordon Ramsay restaurant for great value food, even with a discount. This is a way to get some well above average restaurant food at a price that approaches something more sane for us normals.
Edited by: "Seanspeed" 9th Jan
Seanspeed09/01/2020 12:38

I've looked at four of these menus now, and only one had a burger of those …I've looked at four of these menus now, and only one had a burger of those I checked, and it was a dry aged rib burger, and it was only one option of three. Either way, you're not going to a Gordon Ramsay restaurant for great value food, even with a discount. This is a way to get some well above average restaurant food at a price that approaches something more sane for us normals.



I looked at three of the menus and all the ones I looked at had a burger, a fish option and a vege option. I agree though for £15 it is pretty good as you are going to get above average food for an average price, but I was just hoping for a more exciting meat option than a burger.
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