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Gordon Ramsay's Foxtrot Oscar

79 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4HN

((((* British
  •  - London
  •  - London
  •  - London
  •  - London
Main course: £12
Food spend: £35
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 15:00 & 18:00 - 22:30. Sunday 12:00 - 16:00 & 18:00 - 21:00.

A chic neighbourhood bistro in fashionable Chelsea, Gordon Ramsay's Foxtrot Oscar presents hearty British classics with a contemporary twist.

Fine seasonal ingredients are fused to create classic dishes on the Foxtrot Oscar menu, including caramelised pork belly with Asian salad, pan fried sea trout with samphire and cockles, or the Foxtrot burger with chunky chips and tomato relish. There are regular daily set menus and Sunday roasts at Foxtrot Oscar, along with a sumptuous dessert selection and a refined wine list.

Cosy yet clean cut, the sophisticated, subtly-lit dining room at Foxtrot Oscar London features banquette seating and an assortment of prints. Open since 1980, Gordon Ramsay acquired Foxtrot Oscar restaurant after he and his chefs regularly dined there following an evening’s service at his flagship 3 Michelin star restaurant along the road, where current chef, Cary Docherty has also worked.

On Royal Hospital Road, Gordon Ramsay’s Foxtrot Oscar restaurant showcases delicious bistro-style cuisine in an elegant setting. Sloane Square Tube Station is a 10-minute walk from Foxtrot Oscar Chelsea.

Gordon Ramsay's Foxtrot Oscar

79 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, SW3 4HN

Contact +44 2073524448

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Customer reviews for Gordon Ramsay's Foxtrot Oscar

4.1 ((((* (based on 78 reviews)
75% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • romantic (49)
  • dinner (38)
  • business (27)
  • lunch (24)
  • luxury (24)
  • entertainment (14)
  • large parties (14)
  • child friendly (8)
  • breakfast (4)
  • views (4)
  • afternoon tea (1)
  • ((((* 6 September 2012 by Mafeov from Bogotá, Colombia

    I loved the atmosphere and the food but specially the person who attend me, he was really kind and it made me feel very welcoming

  • ((((( 5 September 2012 by ANDREW from KILCREGGAN


  • (**** 28 July 2012 by Tootie from Scottsdale, Arizona

    The food was lousy. We had two pasta dishes, ceviche and a salad; none of it tasted good. Everything was either very salty or rather bland. [...] Considering all of the good restaurants there are in London, I am surprised this one survives. Perhaps Mr Ramsey should stop by and taste the food sooner rather than later, he will hopefully make some much needed changes.

  • (((** 24 July 2012 by Maalie from Manchester

    I really wanted to be able to rate this as an excellent experience. Maybe my expectations were too high. Two friends and I had a table booked for 2.30pm. I had booked one of the special offer places. 3 courses for[$]. In retrospect I think I would have had a different experience if I had just ordered from the A La Carte. I don't think it would have been that much more expensive.We were the only customers when we walked in which made for a very quiet ambiance. However, it meant that we had the undivided attention of the staff and the service was excellent. I couldn't fault the staff. However, my friends and I were disappointed by the food. Stay away from the bone marrow starter. We were told that they had put breadcrumbs and parmesan to try and disguise the concistency of the marrow. Maybe that should have been the first clue to them that people don't like eating food that resembles, well, snot. The meal picked up after the starters, but I wouldn't say it was the exceptional fare I was expecting. My friends had house wine which they said was absolutely excellent. The experience hasn't put me off, though, and I'll certainly be trying other Ramsay restaurants in the future. I'd just like to stress, in case Gordon is reading this, the staff were excellent and we wanted to take them home with us.

  • ((((* 6 June 2012 by Jenny from London

    It was my husbands birthday treat and he was very pleased with the surprise. Although I had only mentioned it on my booking they recalled this and gave him a dessert with happy birthday written in chocolate sauce. The pork belly was lovely and the cesear salad was also good with salty crispy bacon and a salty fish which gave it a fab twist on the usual varities I am used to. I would definitely return.

  • ((((( 13 February 2012 by foodie of Gerrards Cross. from Gerrards Cross, Bucks.

    Dined at 6pm - first sitting of the evening. We went for a special treat, my daughter's 25th and my other half's 50th. Amazing place - the quality of food was outstanding, the staff were attentive and knowledgeable and they made a special tribute to the Birthday people by writing in chocolate "Happy Birthday" next to a candle glowing on a scoop of amazing ice cream! It looked stunning. When we got there we were told there was only 1 burger left, if we wanted to order that option, when we ordered it, saw it and tasted it - understood its popularity - amazing chips!!

  • ((((( 22 January 2012 by Shakesy from London

    Saturday evening, nice atmosphere, not too quiet but easy to converse

  • ((((* 8 January 2012 by na from london

    seemless service

  • ((((* 19 December 2011 by whatup from London


  • ((((* 18 December 2011 by CMSMMW from London

    Busy Saturday evening, but the service did not suffer. The food was good value and delicious and when a member of our party was unhappy with the 'steak' that was served, it was taken away and another meal was produced without fuss and too much delay. The staff were friendly and efficient and most importantly we didnt feel rushed. The only small negatives are a limited menu and the cost of the wine. That being said I will definately be going to Foxtrot Oscar again.

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