Gordon Ramsay details launch of ‘bottomless pizza’ restaurant

Gordon Ramsay, Street Pizza, Battersea Power Station 1

Gordon Ramsay is to open his latest Street Pizza restaurant right in the shadow of Battersea Power Station on 12 April.

Nestled under the Grosvenor Bridge railway arches, Street Pizza will join more than 20 restaurants, bars, shops and leisure facilities already open in Circus West Village, a vibrant riverside neighbourhood and the first chapter in the regeneration of the iconic Grade II listed power station.

The restaurant will offer £15 bottomless sourdough pizza served by the slice so diners can taste all of the restaurant’s signature toppings, as well as delivery and click and collect.

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Mr Ramsay said: “London is an incredible city. 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.”

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