Gordon Ramsay, the chef behind five Las Vegas restaurants, announced a sixth, coming to the Strip in 2020. He plans to open Lucky Cat, the Asian “eating house” and late-night lounge he debuted in London’s Mayfair section in June. The restaurant takes its inspiration from “drinking clubs of 1930s Tokyo and the Far East,” according to the Gordon Ramsay website.
“We have an exciting opportunity, potentially for September 2020, to go with something that’s super cool, light, with an Asian influence,” Ramsay told a crowd celebrating the recent remodel of Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas. He didn’t specify where the restaurant would open.
In London, the restaurant features small plates that Eater London describes as “almost exclusively Japanese.” Robata dishes, sushi, sashimi, seared meats, and cocktails from “the Far East” make up the menu with Japanese gins and more than 50 types of sake.
The London restaurant also offers two chef’s tables, “where guests can choose from a bespoke, handwritten, seasonal menu and enjoy the theatre of watching expert chefs at work,” and a raw bar for sushi and sashimi.
Ramsay opened his steakhouse in 2012, followed by Gordon Ramsay Pub at Caesars Palace and Gordon Ramsay Burger at Planet Hollywood Resort. Gordon Ramsay Fish & Chips at the Linq and Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen at the front of Caesars Palace followed.
• Lucky Cat [Official Site]