Gordon Ramsay And SSP Team Up To Open New Hong Kong International Airport Restaurant
Tired of in-flight meals? Gordon Ramsay comes to our rescue with his Plane Food concept, recently launched at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) in partnership with food travel experts SSP. The first Gordon Ramsay Plane Food restaurant was opened in 2008 at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 5, and the global partnership with SSP started in 2017 to bring the premium grab-and-go dining experience to airports worldwide.
As part of the major F&B upgrade at HKIA, Gordon Ramsay Plane Food To Go is one of the new seven restaurants to be located at the East Hall, floor seven of Terminal 1. The restaurant offers an array of high-quality food choices for on-the-go travellers, including British classics such as the Ultimate Breakfast Sandwich, and the Full English Breakfast with Dingley Dell Cumberland sausages and streaky smoked bacon, grilled Portobello mushrooms, slow-cooked tomato, baby spinach, fried eggs and toast.
Fans of Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants can expect the celebrity chef’s signatures in the all-day menu, including the short rib burger and Californian fried chicken burger. Gordon Ramsay has also integrated British and Asian flavours to offer a number of new dishes, exclusive to Hong Kong. The grilled cuttlefish, pork patty bun and the lobster thermidor mac and cheese are given an east-meet-west twist tailored to passengers travelling through HKIA.
Gordon Ramsay says of the opening: “It is wonderful to be launching Plane Food To Go to all the amazing guests travelling through Hong Kong International Airport. As someone who spends a lot of time in airports, I know how important it is to deliver fresh and tasty food super quickly.”
Gordon Ramsay Plane Food To Go is now open 24 hours a day in Terminal 1 of HKIA, serving high-quality grab-and-go food options and freshly made-to-order dishes to suit travellers throughout the day and into the evening.