The Hell’s Kitchen’s creator and celebrity chef, Gordon Ramsay, is expanding his restaurant ventures in Southeast Asia, particularly Thailand. The enthusiastic chef will launch his two famed restaurants in Thailand’s Emsphere.
A Modern European Dining With the Chef’s Classics
London’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar will be the first of Ramsay’s restaurants to open at the highly anticipated Emsphere in Phrom Phong, Bangkok. The restaurant openings are part of his group’s plan, Gordon Ramsay Restaurants, to expand across Asia. The first Bread Street Kitchen in Asia has hit the road at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
The all-day dining restaurant brings classic British cuisine to the table. The menu will include fish and chips, macaroni cheese, and Ramsay’s iconic dishes like beef Wellington and sticky toffee pudding, to name a few. While Bread Street Kitchen highlights its European dining, the menu is globally inspired. Therefore, there’s something for everyone. The restaurant will be open on the mall’s ground floor.
Bottomless Pizzas As a Trendy Dining
With Street Pizza, Gordon Ramsay aims to bring more than good food to pizza lovers. Live music, vibrant entertainment, and merchandise selections will cater to the restaurant’s trendy vibe of Britain. The brand is also about pop culture and urban art.
The bottomless pizza concept is eating as much pizza as possible in two hours at one price. Hence, it’s pizza with no rules. Besides endless sourdough pizzas, people can also devour fries, hot wings, and beverages like beers and cocktails. Both Street Pizza and Bread Street Kitchen & Bar will launch this December, with twelve more locations coming across Asia. Street Pizza will be open on the mall’s first floor.