British celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has hinted of plans to return to Dubai with a new restaurant after pulling out of the city-state more than a year ago.
In an interview with GulfNews.com, Ramsay said he’s looking at two potential locations for his latest Middle Eastern outpost, but otherwise remained tightlipped.
Ramsay has a long history with the United Arab Emirates, having steered the restaurant Verre at the Hilton Dubai Creek hotel for nine years until 2011.
His latest project would join existing locations such as The Gordon Ramsay Doha and Opal by Gordon Ramsay, both at the St. Regis Hotel in Doha, Qatar.
Ramsay is just one in a string of Michelin-starred, celebrity chefs who are expanding their empires into the Middle East, including French culinary titans Alain Ducasse and Guy Savoy.
Qatar’s Museum of Islamic Art’s also tapped Ducasse to open the site’s first fine dining restaurant IDAM last year. The menu offers French Mediterranean cuisine with an “Arabic” twist.
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