Spread over two floors, the 175-cover site will be the fifth restaurant to open under the Street Burger brand since Ramsay launched the concept in St Paul's late last year.
Similarly to other Street Burger locations, the O2 restaurant will use graffiti murals, neon lighting and industrial furniture to create an 'urban street vibe' and feature a menu of meat, vegetarian and vegan burgers, each served with seasoned fries and unlimited soft drinks for £15.
Burger options include the Hell’s Kitchen burger made with Lake District beef, jalapeno and padron salsa, smoked sriracha sauce and smoked cheese; and the butternut bhaji burger with courgette, masala, mango chutney, coriander and mint yoghurt.
“The O2 is a perfect location for our Street Burger brand,” says Andy Wenlock, CEO of Gordon Ramsay Restaurants.
“We are very excited to open this incredible new restaurant at such a prominent visitor attraction."
Last month it was reported that Gordon Ramsay Restaurants is planning to open another 10 sites in the UK by the summer, with dozens of sites currently under review.
The group has launched five new restaurants since lockdown restrictions began to ease in April, including three Street Burger openings in London's Charing Cross, Kensington High Street and Woking, respectively.
Gordon Ramsay Restaurants recently appointed former Leon heavyweight Antony Perring as chief financial officer (CFO) to help guide its ambitious expansion strategy.
Last summer Ramsay said his ambition to 'create a billion-dollar dining proposition' had been undented by the Covid-19 pandemic, with the chef laying out plans to open 50 new UK sites. The chef's UK portfolio is concentrated in the capital, and includes two other casual dining concepts: Street Pizza, and Bread Street Kitchen.
It also features a number of singular, high-end restaurants such as the three Michelin-starred finedining flagship Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea; Petrus in Belgravia; and Lucky Cat in Mayfair.