Gordon Ramsay loses Claridge"s contract in real life kitchen nightmare

Gordon Ramsay loses Claridge's contract in real life kitchen nightmare after 12 years at the helm Chef had been negotiating new long-term agreement for Art Deco dining rooms at high-end Mayfair hotelClinched deal in 2001 with ex-business partner and estranged father-in-lawFive-star hotel's dining rooms lost Michelin status in January 2010 after head chef quit it was reported that Gordon Ramsay would face competition from his estranged father-in-law, Chris Hutcheson. Mr Hutcheson and his son Adam were said to be launching a chain of healthy fast-food restaurants called Scoffs, serving British tapas for diet-conscious office workers

Ramsay in High Court victory over father-in-law as judge throws out demand to shut down his empire

Ramsay in High Court victory over father-in-law as judge throws out demand to shut down his empire Christopher Hutcheson reignited war with Ramsay by lodging petition to 'wind up' Gordon Ramsay HoldingsJudge rejected bid as possible stunt to put 'undue pressure' on Ramsay | UPDATED: 01:05 GMT, 7 December 2012 Gordon Ramsay scored a victory over his father-in-law yesterday when the High Court threw out a demand to shut down the celebrity chef's global empire Gordon Ramsay scored a victory over his father-in-law yesterday when the High Court threw out a demand to shut down the celebrity chef’s global empire.