Gordon Ramsay Is Opening the Highest Restaurants in London

Gordon is going big, very big, for his next venture in the capital

Not content with being London’s tallest office building and home to Europe’s highest free public viewing gallery, 22 Bishopsgate in the City will soon boast London’s highest restaurant as Gordon Ramsay is setting up shop inside the skyscraper. And that title isn’t enough for him as he’s actually opening five different culinary experiences inside the building.

The headline act is an outpost of his Asian-inspired concept Lucky Cat, which currently has sites in Mayfair, Manchester and Miami, opening on Level 60, making it the highest restaurant in the capital. There’ll also be a Lucky Cat Roof Terrace, with a 3am late licence, doing cocktails and entertainment. And if you want something even more special, this level will also be home to a 14-seater chef’s table from the three-star Restaurant Gordon Ramsay in Chelsea.

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar will be taking up residence one floor down on Level 59, adding a new afternoon tea experience to its offerings, and The Gordon Ramsay Academy, where you can learn how to make everything from pasta to beef wellingtons, will also have a spot inside 22 Bishopsgate. And all five of the different experiences will come with some pretty epic views over London, so you’ll be able to do some landmark spotting no matter what food you’re eating.

Opens February 2025
22 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4BQ