GORDON Ramsay has added to his ever-expanding restaurant empire with the opening of latest outlet Foxtrot Oscar yesterday.
Foxtrot Oscar - situated in London’s Royal Hospital Road in Chelsea - is just minutes away from Ramsay’s self-titled three-Michelin-starred eaterie.
The neighbourhood bistro, which has been in operation since 1980, has re-launched as part of the Gordon Ramsay Holdings’ (GRH) portfolio after being bought from previous owner Michael Proudlock last year.
The 80-cover restaurant has undergone a refurbishment, introducing a contemporary interior with a cream and black colour scheme.
The kitchen at Foxtrot Oscar will be run by chef de cuisine Mark Sargeant, with Michael Proudlock, restaurant director, overseeing the front of house.
Foxtrot’s menu will offer simple, classic dishes with a focus on seasonal ingredients, with dishes such as chicken liver parfait; fishcakes; and home-made pies alongside desserts including apple tart and vanilla cheesecake.
GRH is considering rolling out the casual eating concept at Foxtrot Oscar as a chain.
Ramsay’s latest pub, the Warrington in London’s Maida Vale, is set to open within the next few weeks.