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Diners flee Gordon Ramsay’s riverside pub in fire scare

PUBLISHED: 14:48 21 July 2009 | UPDATED: 14:35 05 October 2010

GORDON Ramsey had his own Kitchen Nightmares’ last night at his gastropub in London’s East End. Customers had to abandon their meals and evacuate the eatery as smoke filled the Grade II-listed Narrow Pub in Narrow Street, Limehouse, by the Thames waterfront, at 10pm

By Gemma Collins

GORDON Ramsey had his own 'Kitchen Nightmares' last night at his gastropub in London's East End.

Customers had to abandon their meals and evacuate the eatery as smoke filled the Grade II-listed Narrow Pub in Narrow Street, Limehouse, by the Thames waterfront, at 10pm.

But emergency fire crews from nearby Shadwell fire-station soon had things under control.

The problem is believed to have been caused by an electrical fault behind the fridge and the kitchen.


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