Gordon Ramsay cuts a casual figure in jeans and a classic wax jacket as he chats with friends outside his Lucky Cat restaurant in Mayfair
Gordon Ramsay chatted with friends outside his Lucky Cat restaurant in London’s Mayfair on Friday.
The famous chef, 56, cut a casual figure in jeans and a classic wax jacket as he lounged outside his upscale eatery and chatted with friends.
With a pair of orange and gray sneakers, Gordon added a pop of color to his otherwise muted ensemble.
A chic spot reminiscent of 1930s Tokyo dive bars, Lucky Cat features three private dining rooms serving pan-Asian dishes and robata grills.
Gordon’s latest outing comes after he finally responded to criticism of his “ultimate grilled cheese” with a new recipe for a “grilled cheese like no other.”
Funny times: Gordon Ramsay, 46, chatted with friends outside his Lucky Cat restaurant in London’s Mayfair on Friday
Low-key: The celebrity chef cut a casual figure in a classic wax jacket as he chatted and enjoyed himself with friends outside his upscale eatery
Trendy: Gordon added a pop of color to his otherwise muted ensemble with a pair of orange and gray sneakers
For his redemption sandwich, the celebrity chef took a whirlwind spin in a supercar while his snack was left on the engine.
This comes after his medium rare grilled cheese filmed in Tasmania for his Uncharted series became the subject of ridicule three years ago.
Gordon told his TikTok viewers, “The last time I made a grilled cheese, you guys absolutely beat me up. “So I want to return the favor and give you a grilled cheese like no other.”
But the ingredients for this sandwich weren’t anything special – it was the oven that provided the wow factor.
His “grill” of choice was “the sexiest oven you’ve ever seen in your life” – the 1200hp V12 engine of an Aston Martin Valkyrie – which he took for a spin to warm the snack through.
He seemed delighted with the result and eventually managed to make a grilled cheese with the main ingredient melted into it.
In 2020, his efforts were criticized because the luxury cheeses didn’t melt and the bread was sliced too thick and burned.