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Gordon Ramsay to buy Devonshire House pub in Chiswick

24 July 2007 by
Gordon Ramsay to buy Devonshire House pub in Chiswick

Gordon Ramsay is planning to buy the Devonshire House pub in Chiswick, Caterer has learnt.

The chef and restaurant proprietor, who opened a pub in east London earlier this year and has another about to open in the north of the capital, is poised to make a bid on the west London gastropub, sources have said.

A spokeswoman for Gordon Ramsay Holdings said the company would not comment on any deal until it has been signed.

Ramsay paid an estimated £5.2m for the freehold of the Warrington Hotel in Maida Vale, which is to re-open shortly.

His first venture, the Narrow Street Kitchen and Dining Room in London's Limehouse, opened in March to largely positive reviews.

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