Caterer can reveal details of Gordon Ramsay's first restaurant in Ireland, which is set to open at the new five-star Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Powerscourt, County Wicklow, in autumn this year.
Ramsay's Ritz-Carlton eatery will be a 140-cover restaurant situated on the second floor of the hotel and will include both terrace and private dining facilities.
It will feature views over the Sugar Loaf mountain and surrounding countryside and will provide catering for weddings and functions held at the hotel.
Ramsay said: "It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to open my first restaurant in Ireland, in partnership with The Ritz-Carlton and in such beautiful surroundings."
"Ireland is internationally renowned for the quality of its food and the warmth of its hospitality and I am committed to providing an amazing dining experience in this magnificent setting."
The new 201-room Ritz-Carlton Powerscourt, located 12 miles south of Dublin, will include a spa with twenty treatment rooms, as well as two golf courses and function facilities for up to 1,000 guests.
It will also include a lobby lounge, a Ritz-Carlton bar, and a traditional Irish pub.
The Ritz-Carlton restaurant is the first Irish link in Ramsay's chain of restaurants, which already totals 13 in the UK, New York, Dubai and Tokyo.
By Kerstin Kühn