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Gordon Ramsay Opens The Narrow

Gordon Ramsay’s new pub, The Narrow, opens on Monday in London’s Limehouse – 44 Narrow Street, London E14 8DP. It’s unlikely you’ll have to reserve 10 months in advance but there’s no doubt it’s going to be pretty packed with Ramsay’s fans!

The pub is set in a Grade II listed building on the edge of the Thames and Gordon Ramsay Holdings have retained the historic character and related the design to the local area. The ground floor is divided into a bar area, a section for eating and a dining room that can be hired out for functions. The first floor is a private dining room with The Captain’s Table, and a telescope & binoculars are located by the window so visitors can enjoy the river views.

The pub offers classic British dishes seven days a week and if you don’t mind hearing a LOT of swearing, why not reserve your place at the Captain’s Table!!

One Response to “Gordon Ramsay Opens The Narrow”


    Just dropped in to the Narrow on the off chance of getting a table last Sunday and boy were we pleased that we did when we were offered a table at the side of the River Thames!!
    The food was great and inivative and although the service could have been a fraction sharper we were so enamoured we will definately go there time and time again!
    My partner had the monk fish and chips with mushy peas and I can honestly say that I have never had chips like those served up at Gordon Ramseys latest eatery My salt beef was as good as I have ever had anywhere in the world.
    The bill was very fair and I can tell you that we have recommended the Narrow to many many people already and will continue to do so.
    Well done Gordon keeep upo the good work Looking forward to Maida Vale and New York!!