Perfect for all manner of dishes in addition to your favourite cereals, the Union Street Cream Cereal Bowl 18cm is a superb piece that will bring some Italian flavour to your kitchen. The casual glamour and laid-back luxe of Italy is the inspiration behind this collection, as echoed by the interior décor and design of the Union Street Café in London. An understated yet fresh cream colour palette is subtly detailed with a rustic band and simple finish that will allow the food to do all the talking. Fill the deep design with your favourite dishes.
Infuse your home with the urban-rustic charm of the Union Street Café collection, Gordon Ramsay’s latest offering. Italian-inspired with a down-to-earth feel, each piece in this collection oozes a laid-back presence that doesn’t compromise on style or design points. Perfect the art of entertaining with ease with different colour-ways that will complement any kitchen for wonderful nights feasting with friends and family. Simple yet sophisticated, the Union Street collection strikes the perfect balance between urban charm and refined design; layer up deep pasta bowls with large plates for an eye-catching setting.
Scottish by birth, Gordon Ramsay was brought up in Stratford-upon-Avon, England. With an injury prematurely putting and end to any hopes of a promising career in football, he went back to college to complete a course in hotel management. His dedication and natural talent led him to train with some of the world's leading chefs, such as Albert Roux and Marco Pierre White in London, and Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon in France. In 1993 Gordon became chef of Aubergine in London. Within three years he was awarded two Michelin stars. In 1998, at the age of 31, Ramsay set up his first wholly owned and namesake restaurant, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay, which quickly received the most prestigious accolade in the culinary world - three Michelin stars. Today, Restaurant Gordon Ramsay is London's longest -running restaurant to hold this accolade, and Ramsay is one of only four chefs in the U.K. to maintain three stars.