Shouty chef Gordon Ramsay will soon open restaurants in Macau and Singapore. Last summer, Ramsay's flacks revealed that that his restaurant group was in "final discussions" with Sands China hotel group to possibly open restaurants in both locales. According to GGR Asia, the Gordon Ramsay Group and the hotel group have reached an agreement. There are few details about the restaurant in Macau, which will open within the Sands Cotai Central. There's no name, no opening date, and no concept.
Additionally, a press release notes that Ramsay will open an outpost of his Bread Street Kitchen concept at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore next year. The restaurant will be "modelled after its London counterpart" and will offer a "British European menu with fresh seasonal produce" in an industrial space.
Macau and Singapore are just the beginning of Ramsay's expansion plans: The chef noted last fall that he wants to open in Shanghai and Beijing, too. His business partner Stuart Gillies revealed to the Evening Standard last June that they hope to open 50 new restaurants "over the next five years." Most recently, Ramsay opened the doors to Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill in Atlantic City.