Lucky Cat Restaurant: Gordon Ramsay’s Un-Instagrammable Restaurant⇒ Gordon Ramsay’s newest restaurant in London, designed by AfroditiKrassa Design Studio, was deeply inspired by the 1930s industrial Tokyo scene, especially the drinking bars and underground clubs that were famous at the time.
“There is relatively little contrast between colours, pattern and finish, yet a lot of richness in texture and tactility – Lucky Cat is a layered design that reveals more every time you visit.” Afroditi Krassa, the owner of the Design Studio, commented. The restaurant was designed with the focus of creating an interesting layout that ensures that every table is facing visually interesting elements that will awe guests.
The Chef’s Tables allow guests to choose from a handwritten seasonal menu and enjoy the art of cooking while the chefs work. On the other hand, the Raw Bar offers sushi and sashimi. Customers can also book a private dining room, as the Lucky Cat Restaurant offers three different spaces for events.
“I can honestly say there will not be a bad seat in the house,” said Ramsay before the opening of his new London restaurant. “Every table will have a unique view and each guest will come away having experienced something sensational – whether it be the phenomenal menu, the amazing service or the stunning look and feel.”
As for the menu, it was designed by Ramsay himself along with the restaurant’s head chef, Ben Orpwood. The menu is mostly Japanese-inspired, with a lot of Tempura and Don options, but there are also other Asian dishes, such as dumplings, Spiced Lamb Ribs and Burmese Crab Masala.
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