B, D, E at Seventh Ave.; N, Q, R at 57th St.-Seventh Ave.
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U.K. badboy Gordon Ramsay made his New York debut in 2006 with the opening of two restaurants at the revamped London Hotel, formerly the Rhiga Royal. After less than enthusiastic reviews for both, Ramsay merged the more casual of the two, the London Bar, with a clone of his hometown Michelin-starred Maze. (The other, Gordon Ramsay at The London, has since closed.) Today, Maze serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily, plus weekend brunch, while the adjacent London Bar focuses on drinks and small plates. While the room hasn’t seen many improvements—it’s still filled with teal, steel, and glass—the French-inspired, seasonal menu has. Standouts include the risotto, featured in seasonal preparations like lush winter mushrooms with parmesan and parsley.Chef’s Menu
Diners can eat a la carte or from a $75 five-course menu.