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Treat Yourself to a Ramsay Roast

#RamsayRoast

Sundays just aren't Sundays without a roast, it's one of the most loved British traditions. Gather your friends, family or colleagues and join us for a #RamsayRoast. 

 

Fancy cooking at home? Discover tips and tricks below to add creative twists to traditional dishes and roast recipes to make yours a household staple.

Pick Your Roast

Looking for London's best roasts? Experience a Gordon Ramsay Roast first hand at our restaurants across London. 

Heddon Street Kitchen

West End

Escape London's bustle with a Sunday Roast at the laid-back Heddon Street Kitchen where kids and adults unite over duck roasties and Saddleback pork belly. 

London House

Battersea

A Sunday Roast that's a family winner, the neighbourhood favourite London House is bringing everyone together with Welsh lamb and Lake District beef.  

Bread Street Kitchen

St. Paul's

The City's not just for work - enjoy the family favourite Sunday Roast at Bread Street Kitchen with a relaxed rooftop feel. 

maze Grill Park Walk

Chelsea

Leaders in rare breed cuts, Sunday Roasts at maze Grill Park Walk feature the finest 35-day aged sirloin of beef you'll taste.

Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill

Mayfair

Swapping signature steaks for Sunday Roasts, Gordon Ramsay Bar & Grill is the ever stylish grill keeping your roast tradition alive.

maze Grill Royal Hospital Road

Chelsea

From the unlimited wagyu fat roasted potatoes, to the rare breed roast beef, Sunday Roast is what it should be at maze Grill Royal Hospital Road.

York & Albany

Regent's park

Championing Sunday Roasts, York & Albany near Regent's Park serves Lake District sourced beef and roast chicken.

The Narrow

Limehouse

Combat the Sunday Roast fear with The Narrow as they help you host your family and friends to a winning roast with stunning waterfront views of London. 

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Host Your Roast

A Ramsay Roast begins with the basics of a good simple roast that's made to share. Our goal is to get friends and families dining together again and our restaurants are offering a selection of roasts to share and carve at the table.

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Kids Eat Free

Don't forget the kids! Children under 12 dine free at selected Gordon Ramsay Restaurants, all day everyday. 

Gifts & Experiences

For the roast makers and roast admirers alike, these are the gifts and experiences to truly impress your roast lover. From a celebratory Sunday Roast at the iconic Savoy Grill, to a cosy family roast at maze Grill Royal Hospital Road. Explore the Gordon Ramsay Roast Gifts & Experiences below. 

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Sunday Roast Lunch at Savoy Grill

From £102

The history and glamour of Savoy Grill make this one of the most thrilling places in London to enjoy a classic British roast.

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Sunday Roast at maze Grill Royal Hospital Road

From £50

Championing quality fresh ingredients, enjoy this Sunday roast made to share with friends and family in the heart of Chelsea at maze Grill Royal Hospital Road.

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RAMSAY ROAST GIFT EXPERIENCE

FROM £50

Buy a Ramsay Roast gift experience and give an amazing gift for family and friends. Simply choose your desired voucher value and your guests can redeem on the day - available in denominations from £50 to £250.

 

Recipes

Conquer your Sunday Roast with these roast recipes straight from Gordon and our chefs. 

ROAST POTATOES

Perfect roast potatoes - crunchy on the outside, fluffy on the inside. 

ROAST TURKEY

Gordon's favourite way to roast turkey - using savoury butter. 

ROAST CHICKEN

This stuffed roast chicken recipe is the perfect centrepiece for Sunday lunch with friends and family. 

YORKSHIRE PUDDING

Makes 8. 45 minutes prep and cooking time, plus resting. A must-have for any roast dinner, the secret to Gordon's Yorkshire pudding recipe is to let the batter rest before cooking.

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