GOOD GORD What is Gordon Ramsay’s net worth and how many restaurants does he own?

GOOD GORD What is Gordon Ramsay’s net worth and how many restaurants does he own?

IT’S FAIR to say Gordon Ramsay is one of the most successful celebrity chefs in the world.

His success comes from an empire of award-winning restaurants across the globe, as well as an incredible TV career.

What is Gordon Ramsay’s net worth?

As of 2023 Gordon Ramsay’s net worth is estimated to be £610M, with him reportedly taking home £90M each year.

As well as taking in money from his restaurants, he enjoys a career as one of Britain’s top celebrity chefs.

He has worked on all of the major TV channels including BBC One, ITV and Channel 4.

Gordon has also made his cash from working across the pond, as he is also a big name on American television.

The savvy businessman also boosts his bank balance through social media, as he can make up to £46K per sponsored post on Instagram.

The TV chef’s assets also reportedly include 23 properties, eight cars, and two luxury yachts.
How many restaurants does Gordon own?
As of March 2023, Gordon has 58 restaurants across a variety of names.

He owns 12 bars and restaurants in London alone.

They include a posh eatery in the Savoy Hotel, plus venues in Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Chelsea – the latter of which has held three Michelin stars since 2001.

Outside of England, Gordon owns or has owned restaurants in Scotland, Dubai, the US, France, Japan, Canada, Ireland, Qatar, Australia, Italy, Hong Kong, Singapore, the Czech Republic and South Africa.

Jason Atherton and Angela Hartnett are among Ramsay’s proteges, and he had a nasty falling-out with Marcus Wareing of MasterChef fame over the Michelin stars awarded to the restaurant Petrus.

How did Gordan Ramsay get famous?

Gordon Ramsay was born in Renfrewshire, Scotland, on November 8, 1966, and raised in Stratford-upon-Avon, West Midlands, before moving to Banbury, Oxfordshire, and finally London.

He started out working for Marco Pierre White and Albert Roux, though he’d originally planned to be a footballer.

After working with Pierre White on the restaurant Aubergine, Gordon opened his own first venue in Chelsea in 1998 and earned three Michelin stars in as many years.

The first TV show he made was fly-on-the-wall documentary Boiling Point in 1998.

Since then he hasn’t stopped popping up in shows like Hell’s Kitchen, The F Word and Kitchen Nightmares.

Having now earned a total of 17 Michelin stars from his work as a restaurateur.

Gordon enjoys his life of luxury with his wife Tana Ramsay and their five kids.

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