- Main course: £10
- Food spend: £40
- Opening hours
- Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 23:00. Sunday Menu: 12:00 to 21:00.
Effortlessly chic, Gordon Ramsay’s The York and Albany presents a sleek, tranquil eatery from acclaimed Chef Ramsay. The minimalist, contemporary dining room is offset by a pretty walled garden area for al fresco dining.
In trendy Camden, The York and Albany menu presents an elegant selection of Mediterranean delights. Classic pastas and risottos sit alongside more robust flavours, like rabbit leg with citrus anchovies, or confit lamb shoulder with soft polenta, ginger, and wild garlic gremolata.
An extensive wine list at The York and Albany London offers quality bottles, and diners can enjoy a wood fired pizza in the comfort of the chic bar area. A varied kids menu offers tasty, nutritious treats for younger diners.
A sophisticated retreat, Gordon Ramsay's The York and Albany restaurant sits on the edge of the picturesque Regent’s Park. Camden Town Tube Station is just 6 minutes’ walk away.
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Gordon Ramsay's The York and Albany
127-129 Parkway, London, NW1 7PS
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Customer reviews for Gordon Ramsay's The York and Albany
((((* 29 January 2012 by Sky from London
It was our second time at the York & Albany and we'd go again. Tip: always order a side dish or two with the set menu. Drinks are pricey but I don't mind paying this for great surroundings and service. Our one gripe is that the ground floor restaurant was too cold. It was a cold night and the air conditioning seemed to be on full power for summer.
((((* 21 January 2012 by Mr good food from London
This place has simple food but with high standards!! I gave it 4 out of 5 cause I've been to places who do the same but better... Will come here again for sure.
((((* 16 January 2012 by Joanne from London
Good for a late Sunday lunch but a little too many families. Food and wine were good. Not a hugely exciting atmoshere.
((((* 7 January 2012 by smyksmyk from London
Dinner at 7 pm. The meal was good overall. Osso buco was excellent, the fish dish was okay.
((((( 4 December 2011 by Angie from South shields
We dined at 7pm after a cocktail in the bar. As usual the staff were fantastic, attentive but not intrusive, extremely well organised. We had 2 courses each. My Caesar salad was perfect and my husband thoroughly enjoyed his artichoke and mushroom soup. I opted for beef pie whilst he had sea bass both yummy with the right glass of wine to accompany . I love the atmosphere which is vibrant but not too noisy, and sophisticated too. You feel you are in a chic place but without stuffy formality. I think the staff make it so successful in all these aspects.
((*** 4 December 2011 by Eve from London
Over rated place. Staff was not great. Place was noisy.Food was simple. I cold had better food in normal local pub.I will not go back.
(((** 4 November 2011 by Nathan from Leicester
Food was great, the amount of food was poor, the price didn't match up. Drinks were dear. [$] for a small glass of wine is an ignorant price, [$] for a pint of lager, shocking.Ive put i wouldn't recommend a friend due to the amount of food you get, needs doubling, i felt a great urge to lick the plate the amount was so little, my girlfriend begged me not to.Also, and i could be wrong, but the lady that served us had a look on her face of worry when after we ate, my girlfriend headed for the toilet, it was as if she felt we were about to do a runner seeing as that kind of restaurant was clearly not where we'd normally dine.From a smile to a frown, and from a stern look to a look of service assistence in confirming where the toilet was, you get my drift.We had dressed up, and we payed our bill.
((((( 17 October 2011 by sarah from London
York & Albany is a lovely old pub right off Regent's park that's been dolled up and posh-ified to within an inch of it's life. the bar area is great - more interesting than the dining room to be honest. but the food is to die for. really truly stunning. great for a low key romantic meal. though not cheap...
(((** 11 October 2011 by H from London
Our order came out wrong, so it was on the house. Waiter wasn't the best though.
((((( 11 October 2011 by Ronaldo from London
It was our first experience with a Gordon Ramsay's restaurant. Curiously, he was not the reason we have gone there - it was just a coincidence. Anyway, it was a good coincidence: the rabbit terrine, as the first, and cheek and tongue of ox, as the second course, were more than excellent, were perfect.
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