Gordon Ramsay Holdings to leave the Berkeley

By Emma Eversham

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Marcus Wareing will part with Ramsay to take over the lease of the hotels fine dining restaurant

The Berkeley hotel has announced it will part company with Gordon Ramsay Holdings later this year to work directly with Marcus Wareing.

Wareing, who has been running the hotel`s fine dining restaurant Petrus for Ramsay since 2003, will take over the lease of the restaurant when the existing contract expires on September 19.

The move marks the end of a 15-year working relationship between Wareing and Ramsay. Wareing, whose work at Petrus has won him two Michelin stars, originally opened the restaurant for the celebrity chef in St James` in 1999 before it moved to the Berkeley in 2003.

Klaus Kabelitz, General Manager of The Berkeley said: "The decision to continue to work with Marcus Wareing allows us to offer our guests a seamless transition so that they can continue to enjoy his passionate and creative cooking that they have come to love so much over the years. “

It has not yet been confirmed what name the restaurant under Wareing will be called, but it is unlikely to remain Petrus as the name belongs to Gordon Ramsay Holdings.

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