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Gordon Ramsay's Foxtrot Oscar a ‘dining room of a Knutsford Travelodge'

28 January 2008 by
Gordon Ramsay's Foxtrot Oscar a ‘dining room of a Knutsford Travelodge'

Jan Moir has described the makeover at Gordon Ramsay's newly relaunched Mayfair bistro Foxtrot Oscar as featuring a "dining room of a Knutsford Travelodge".

Moir also found much of the food of chef Gemma Tuley to be as bland and tepid as the new décor but the puddings to die for.

The Independent's John Walsh at the revitalised Landau restaurant in London's Langham hotel found grandeur and charming service but wasn't won over by chef Andrew Turner's menu.

And AA Gill is impressed by Urban Turban's Indian tapas but not Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's free-range chicken campaign.

For the reviews in full and more see What's on the Menu? >>

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall calls on industry to switch to free-range poultry >>

The Telegraph's Mark Palmer finds service not up to scratch at Urban Turban >>

Gordon Ramsay to launch UK chef academy >>

By Chris Druce

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