Maximum of 6 diners. Includes Tax, excludes service. Add free-flowing champagne or sake from £20 per person.
Gordon Ramsay has another restaurant in his ever-growing fleet and this one's Asian-inspired. Influenced by 1930s Tokyo drinking dens, Lucky Cat Mayfair has a dark and moody aesthetic with gold accents. Watch expert chefs bring dishes to life in the open kitchen, indulge in a luxurious Chef's Table experience or dine at the Raw Bar.
The Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay menu offers Asian-inspired small plates, sushi and Robata grilled dishes. Sample sashimi and Omakase or tuck into the ginger miso smoked salmon. Try the Asian eating house's signature smoked short rib bao and finish with the yuzu and passionfruit soufflé.
Naturally, Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay restaurant has waving Japanese lucky cat figurines lining the walls and a few making adorable chopstick holders. Before settling into modern mauve booths, play an interactive game at the bar for a surprise lucky negroni cocktail combination.
Overlooking the lusciously grassy Grosvenor Square, Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay London is just a 3-minute walk from Bond Street Station in the affluent Mayfair neighbourhood.
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22 February 2020
Great personnel, but very disappointing food. It’s not even average, it’s way below that. I have actually never had such a bad experience at any other restaurant in London at this price level. We had 7 different dishes from the menu and couldn’t finish 3 of them because they were extremely bad cooked too spicy!! I had a venison dish which tasted literally like raw fish, it was disgusting. I couldn’t eat that. My girlfriend tried a cocktail based on vodka and could only take a sip of it as it was annoyingly sweet. Really disappointing experience, if I could I would have not paid at all. This is not how a 200pounds dinner for two should be. Be careful if you go there!
20 February 2020
Tous les plats goutés étaient excellents
29 January 2020
Had a beautiful tasty lunch with 3 girlfriends for a birthday
18 January 2020
Too much like a nightclub. Very dark interior, and the whole thing was a production line, get the customer out as quickly as possible.
29 December 2019
Food and service were excellent - a fabulous was to spend time with friends on a Sunday
20 December 2019
The atmosphere of the restaurant was good with a busy vibe. The service was attentive but not intrusive. The food was surprisingly good and my guests thoroughly enjoyed it.
13 December 2019
Opted for the special tasting menu.Great flavours and well presented.Service was impressive.
11 December 2019
10 December 2019
From the website: „ Lucky Cat is an Asian Eating House and late night lounge inspired by the drinking clubs of 1930s Tokyo and the Far East.“ Lucky Cat thus comes in stylish black design, it was packed that night, and it was loud including booming sounds provided by a DJ. But I was there for the food that night, drawn by the name of TV-chef extraordinaire, Gordon Ramsey. The razor clam in wasabi with green apple came with a well-balanced apple acidic note and was one of the best shellfish starters I ever had. This was followed by “JFC” chicken in hot Korean miso sauce with black sesame and Weeping Tiger USDA Sirloin in coriander and lime – both dishes being on a high street food level, but leagues away from any fine dining experience to be expected on the big name. The lime with the steak was of a particular nasty sourness that did not support the otherwise good tender meat. Oddly enough no one asked me how I wanted my steak cooked, thus it came medium rare “as the chef thinks it is best this way”. Lucky (cat) this chef is as I agreed with this opinion, others might not. Cocktails were a “White Geisha” and an “Ureshii” – both of which were nice but really nothing outstanding. All good for a stylish night out the eating house comes with one of the biggest names in the modern culinary world attached, Gordon Ramsey. A foodie might be satisfied by the quality of food and drink but no true Michelin-inspired gourmet such as me. Relying on the big name was in that case a disappointment, apart from the great shellfish starter. Setback: Service was fast and efficient, but dining alone that night I was placed at the Sushi counter, which is okay in its own right, yet I had a plainly angry female Sushi chef within an arm’s length of my plate shouting “SERVICE” no less than 42 (!) times at the annoyed waiters (and me!). A bit too much for me, thus I left early.
5 December 2019
Everything we ate was very delicious and different! I’ve came back to my country but my mind is still with wagyu :) Love you Gordon Ramsay !