TV chef Gordon Ramsay to open Singapore restaurant

10 September 2014 by
TV chef Gordon Ramsay to open Singapore restaurant

Gordon Ramsay is to open a new restaurant in Singapore, as he exports his Bread Street Kitchen format to the Marina Bay Sands resort.

The chef, restaurateur and TV presenter, who has 25 restaurants across the globe, will join a host of other well-known names on Marina Bay Sands' celebrity chef programme, that includes Mario Batali, Daniel Boulud, Wolfgang Puck, Tetsuya Wakuda, Justin Quek and David Thompson.

His new venture will open in the Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands next year. Set in an industrial warehouse-designed restaurant and bar, it will be modelled on its London counterpart, serving a British European menu with fresh seasonal produce in a lively and bustling space.

Ramsay said: "I'm delighted to be opening in Singapore with a partner such as Marina Bay Sands, who is well known for providing world-class dining experiences in a market where people simply love their food! The further expansion into Asia is an exciting move for us and will see our successful London concepts being transferred and tailored to this new market."

George Tanasijevich, president and CEO of Marina Bay Sands added: "We are looking forward to our new partnership with Gordon Ramsay. Gordon has an outstanding track record in his many different restaurant concepts and business enterprises. We believe his Bread Street Kitchen is the ideal concept for Marina Bay Sands as it will strengthen the world-class dining options that our visitors have come to expect from us."

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