Gordon Ramsay's Maze to launch Sushi Bar

15 August 2012 by
Gordon Ramsay's Maze to launch Sushi Bar

London restaurant Maze, part of Gordon Ramsay Holdings, is to add a sushi bar to its offer.

Stuart Gillies, managing director of GRH, said: "The Sushi Bar has always been something we wanted to offer our customers. We felt it was the perfect element to introduce to our French Asian menu at Maze. However finding the right chef with a European Asian understanding was more of a challenge, so we are very pleased to be working with Gohei".

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