Critic finds it's worth getting through security for Gordon Ramsay's Plane Food

28 April 2008 by
Critic finds it's worth getting through security for Gordon Ramsay's Plane Food

The critics find plenty to praise in the weekend's restaurant reviews with the Telegraph's Jasper Gerard sure the food at Gordon Ramsay's Heathrow Terminal 5 restaurant is the best he's had at an airport even if getting through security to dine is more Hell's Airport than Hell's Kitchen.

Terry Durack worries that as much foie gras as is naturally enough on the menu at Hélène Darroze's Paris restaurant will cause picket lines and placards when she comes to London's Connaught hotel but enjoys a dazzling meal all the same.

Jay Rayner opines that Britain needs more eateries like Artisian in Hull than it does further Gordon Ramsay outlets or gastro places if it is to cement its growing reputation as an international culinary force.

For these reviews in full and more see What's on the menu?

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