We tried appetizers of pan-fried mullet with grapefruit, lobster ravioli in a chervil veloute, and entrees of braised halibut stuffed with smoked salmon and red-wine-poached "line-caught'' turbot on pomme puree with leeks, braised salsify and civet sauce.Although the restaurant boasts both a casual and a formal dining area, but don’t let the word “casual” fool you.
The London Bar serves small, tapas-style dishes, which is why I'm still pondering my $262 bill for two for a "casual dining and bar experience" -- as Ramsay's Web site describes it. That's only $22 less than my next night's meal in the formal dining room.Of course, unless you already have a reservation, you won’t be sampling Chef Ramsay’s food until well into the new year. Chances are the next season of Hell’s Kitchen will debut before you or I get a table at Gordon Ramsay.
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