Ramsay to open site at Battersea Power Station
Gordon Ramsay will open his latest Street Pizza restaurant at Battersea Power Station on 12 April.
The new site is located under the Grosvenor Bridge railway arches, joining more than 20 other restaurants, bars, shops and wellness businesses already open in Circus West Village - the riverside development which is part of the Grade II-listed power station's regeneration.
“London is an incredible city," says Ramsay. "From the banks of the Thames you can see some of London’s most famous buildings: the Tower of London, Houses of Parliament and of course the iconic Battersea Power Station.
"For many years I would travel home to south London, after a late service, crossing the river in the shadows of those huge derelict chimneys, never did I imagine one day I would open a restaurant on such a historic site and become part of such a thriving community.”
Street Pizza's menu includes £15 unlimited sourdough pizza, served by the slice, as well as cocktails and craft beer from the Street Lounge Bar.
Pizza toppings include Margherita, charred aubergine, pepperoni, corn and chorizo.
“We’re really excited that Gordon and his Street Pizza team are joining the fantastic line up of bars, cafés and restaurants already thriving at Battersea Power Station," adds Sam Cotton, head of leasing at Battersea Power Station Development Company.
"Circus West Village is one of London’s most unique riverside destinations with its stunning views across the Thames and the historic Power Station as a backdrop. There really is nowhere like it and we look forward to welcoming people back to enjoy some of the best outdoor terraces London has to offer from 12 April.”