Gordon Ramsay treats his glamorous wife Tana to a celebratory dinner date

The chefs at a top London restaurant were given the unenviable task of cooking in order to please Gordon Ramsay on Monday night after he treated his wife Tana to a celebratory dinner date.

The Michelin-starred Ramsay, 56, whisked his glamorous wife to upscale Mayfair, where they enjoyed an evening meal at the popular Greek-Mediterranean restaurant Bacchanalia.

The celebrity chef, whose angry TV outbursts on Hell’s Kitchen and Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares have turned him into a household name, looked suitably dapper in a black blazer and skinny jeans during his most recent public appearance.

A NIGHT OUT: The chefs at a top London restaurant were given the unenviable task of cooking in order to please Gordon Ramsay on Monday night after he treated his wife Tana to a dinner date

Finished off the look with a crisp white shirt and black polished boots during a pre-Christmas night with Tana and a small group of friends.

He was outdone, however, by his wife, who commanded attention in a tailored black winter coat and stilettos as she made her way out of the Mount Street venue later that night.

Tana, a 48-year-old mother of five, accessorized her edgy look with a chic red leather clutch, while her hair was styled with a traditional center parting.

Exit: Michelin-starred Ramsay whisked his glamorous wife to upscale Mayfair, where they enjoyed an evening meal at famed Greek-Mediterranean restaurant Bacchanalia

Exit: Michelin-starred Ramsay whisked his glamorous wife to upscale Mayfair, where they enjoyed an evening meal at famed Greek-Mediterranean restaurant Bacchanalia

In good company: The couple were joined by a small group of friends during their final public appearance in London on Monday night

In good company: The couple were joined by a small group of friends during their final public appearance in London on Monday night

The dinner date comes after climate change activists occupied one of Ramsay’s three-Michelin-starred restaurants in Chelsea.

Animal Rebellion members entered Gordon Ramsay’s Restaurant in Hospital Road, Chelsea at around 6pm on 19 November.

Dressed in smart casual clothes, they sat at tables reserved for guests of an upscale restaurant Mock menus were held outlining the environmental costs of the items served on the restaurant’s menu, including steak and veal.

In a statement, the group said it is campaigning for a vegan diet and creating a comprehensive rebuilding program.

LOOKING GOOD: Ramsay looked suitably chic in a black blazer and leggings, teamed with a white dress shirt, and black pumps.

LOOKING GOOD: Ramsay looked suitably chic in a black blazer and leggings, teamed with a white dress shirt, and black pumps.

Stylish: He was outdone, however, by his wife, who commanded attention in a tailored black winter coat with matching heels as she made her way out of the Mount Street venue

Stylish: He was outdone, however, by his wife, who commanded attention in a tailored black winter coat with matching heels as she made her way out of the Mount Street venue

Lucia Alexander, a 39-year-old auxiliary nurse from the east of England, said the restaurant was a “perfect example” of inequality in the UK.

This restaurant is the perfect example of the inequality we face in the UK right now. While Gordon Ramsay provides food that costs at least £155 per person, more than two million people rely on food banks in this cost of living crisis,” it said in a statement provided by the group.

Instead of restaurants making huge profits at the expense of animals, workers, and our climate, we need to feed everyone by supporting farmers and fishing communities in transitioning to a plant-based diet.

She added: ‘A plant-based diet requires 75% less agricultural land to grow food, allowing us to feed millions more people without relying on exploitative and inefficient animal husbandry industries. This is the answer to the cost of living and the climate crisis.

Nightmare: Dinner date comes after one of Ramsay's three-Michelin-starred restaurants in Chelsea was occupied by climate change activists (pictured)

Nightmare: Dinner date comes after one of Ramsay’s three-Michelin-starred restaurants in Chelsea was occupied by climate change activists (pictured)

Restaurant spokesman Gordon Ramsay called the protest “incredibly inappropriate and deeply disrespectful”.

“Everyone has the right to their opinions and beliefs,” she said. “However, forcing your entry into a restaurant, disturbing hard-working staff doing their jobs, and ruining an evening for guests who have waited months for their reservation is incredibly inappropriate and highly disrespectful.”

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said no arrests had been made,

They said: “Police were called to a restaurant in Royal Hospital Road, SW3, shortly before 18.30 on Saturday 19 November to reports of a group of protesters refusing to leave the premises.”

The officers attended. The restaurant was closed and the protesters left. There were no arrests.

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