Gordon Ramsay has opened a new location of his Hell’s Kitchen chain in Washington D.C. and 60 percent of the menu is said to be meat-free.
The opening of the new location marks the first of his chains to be located outside of a hotel or casino. The new restaurant in DC will have a dedicated vegetarian and vegan menu which includes dishes such as tofu scallops, beet wellington, vegan butternut-squash risotto, and quinoa salad, Vegconomist reported. The new location is 14,800-square-foot and is reportedly already full booked for the next month.
Since 2018 chef Gordon Ramsay has dedicated himself to adding more plant-based options to his restaurant menus. He admitted that with a higher demand for vegan food, it was necessary to become more open-minded. More recently, on an episode of MasterChef: Back to Win, Gordon Ramsay revealed a long-time ‘secret’ to the competitors. While explaining their upcoming task, Ramsay tells them that their challenge will be something MasterChef has never seen before and that he has been keeping a culinary secret.
“It’s a secret that’s so big, I’m almost afraid to say it on national television.”
The contestants and other judges look confused. Judge Aarón Sánchez grabs Ramsay’s arm and says, “Don’t worry, Gordon. This is a safe space. We’ll support you.” The contestants laugh before Ramsay finally gets his secret out.
“After all these years,” he says. “I can finally admit…that I actually love vegan food!”
We are so happy that he is serving mostly meat-free options at his new restaurant!
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