Published On: Fri, Apr 30th, 2021

Gordon Ramsay and wife Tana appear to be in good spirits as they enjoy dinner with their children

Gordon Ramsay appeared to be in good spirits as he enjoyed a family dinner out with his wife Tana and their children on Thursday.

The chef, 54, cut a casual figure in a hoodie and jeans for the meal at his Mayfair restaurant Lucky Cat.

Tana, 46, also kept things relaxed as she donned a black beanie hat and jacket, perfect for making the most of eased lockdown restrictions and sitting outside.

Family night out: Gordon Ramsay appeared to be in good spirits as he enjoyed dinner out with his wife Tana and their children on Thursday

Gordon was seen laughing and joking as he sat at the booth with his wife and two of his three daughters.

The father-of-five looked relaxed as he spoke with a waiter who handed out hot water bottles to the family during the meal.

He was even spotted laughing and taking pictures with customers at the restaurant, with one of his daughters appearing to play photographer.

Gordon and and his wife Tana, 46, celebrated 24 years of marriage in December.

Having fun: Tana, 46, also kept things relaxed as she donned a black beanie hat while at the table with her husband and two daughters

Having fun: Tana, 46, also kept things relaxed as she donned a black beanie hat while at the table with her husband and two daughters

The couple are the proud parents of five children – twins Holly and Jack, 21, Megan, 22, Matilda, 19, and little Oscar, who turned two this month. They also lost a baby boy, Rocky, when Tana was five months pregnant in 2016.

Back in November, Gordon revealed that he’s often mistaken for being his two-year-old son Oscar’s grandfather when out with his family.

The celebrity chef explained how when walking with his eldest boy Jack and wife Tana people have been known to stop and make the comment. 

However the star, who is known for his very colourful language, revealed his cheeky comeback when it happens in an interview with Men’s Health UK.  

Staying warm: The Ramsays were offered hot water bottles during the meal

Staying warm: The Ramsays were offered hot water bottles during the meal

Catching up: Everyone seemed to be having a good time as they chatted to each other

Catching up: Everyone seemed to be having a good time as they chatted to each other

Something funny? Tana put on an animated display while laughing across the table

Something funny? Tana put on an animated display while laughing across the table

Quality time: The couple decided to grab dinner at one of Gordon's restaurants, Lucky Cat

Quality time: The couple decided to grab dinner at one of Gordon’s restaurants, Lucky Cat

Gordon said: ‘The worst thing is when I’m walking with Tana and Jack, and everyone is looking at Jack as if Oscar is his son. 

‘[They say] “You must be so proud to be a granddad.” F**k off, he’s ours. If I get called ‘granddad’ one more f*****g time, I’m going to hit the roof.’

The family outing also comes after Gordon revealed he’s lost £57 million during the Covid pandemic after being forced to close his restaurants for much of 2020.

The chef, who owns 35 restaurants and is scheduled to open five more in 2021, admitted he’s been ‘devastated’ by the financial impact of the crisis, and lost £10 million worth of bookings in January alone due to the third lockdown.

Looking good: Tana looked effortlessly stylish in skinny jeans and camo shirt paired with white trainers

Looking good: Tana looked effortlessly stylish in skinny jeans and camo shirt paired with white trainers

Doting dad: Gordon held onto one of his daughter's hands as they headed home

Protective: The father-of-five led the way

Doting dad: Gordon held onto one of his daughter’s hands as they headed home

Useful touch: The hot water bottles undoubtedly came in useful once the temperature dropped in the city

Useful touch: The hot water bottles undoubtedly came in useful once the temperature dropped in the city

Delicious: Tana seemed impressed by her dish

Funny: She laughed away as she chatted to her beau

Delicious: Tana seemed impressed by her dish (left) and laughed away as she chatted (right)

Precautions: Although the family didn't don masks at the table, the waiter wore a black one

Precautions: Although the family didn’t don masks at the table, the waiter wore a black one

Accessorises: Tana donned a black beanie hat and flashed her perfectly manicured red nails as she took a sip of her drink

Accessorises: Tana donned a black beanie hat and flashed her perfectly manicured red nails as she took a sip of her drink

Gordon had previously revealed he was forced to cancel 22,000 bookings for his restaurants in December as England was placed in tiered restrictions following a rise in Covid cases.

Gordon told The Sun: ‘In December we had £10m worth of reservations wiped out overnight. 

‘As of 19th March to 3rd February this year we’ve suffered £57.5million worth of turnover down.’ 

Picture time: Gordon posed for a picture with two diners at Lucky Cat, with one of his daughters appearing to play photographer

Picture time: Gordon posed for a picture with two diners at Lucky Cat, with one of his daughters appearing to play photographer

Heading home: The family kept things low-key for the dinner out, with them opting for hoodies and jeans

Heading home: The family kept things low-key for the dinner out, with them opting for hoodies and jeans

Chic: Gordon's daughter rocked some leather-look leggings and carried her grey jacket

Chic: Gordon’s daughter rocked some leather-look leggings and carried her grey jacket

There he is: Gordon tried to contain his laughter as he stepped into the car

There he is: Gordon tried to contain his laughter as he stepped into the car

Couple: Gordon and and his wife Tana, 46, celebrated 24 years of marriage in December

Couple: Gordon and and his wife Tana, 46, celebrated 24 years of marriage in December

Family: The parents have five children - twins Holly and Jack, 21, Megan, 22, Matilda, 19, and Oscar, two. They also lost a baby boy, Rocky, when Tana was five months pregnant in 2016

Family: The parents have five children – twins Holly and Jack, 21, Megan, 22, Matilda, 19, and Oscar, two. They also lost a baby boy, Rocky, when Tana was five months pregnant in 2016

In December Gordon announced the opening of three new restaurants across London after England was brought out of a second lockdown, but just weeks later the hospitality sector was forced to close once again. 

Gordon added he’s been forced to take up the Government’s furlough scheme to save thousands of jobs across his restaurant empire. 

He added: ‘I get criticised for being wealthy, but the responsibility on my shoulders – the livelihoods at stake – is huge.’ 

Gordon previously said Covid has had on the hospitality industry is ‘devastating,’ but was remaining optimistic his business could re-open by Easter.

Good times: Gordon and Tana's daughters seemed to have enjoyed their evening out as the family all laughed together in the car

Good times: Gordon and Tana’s daughters seemed to have enjoyed their evening out as the family all laughed together in the car

Setting off: One of the girls leant into the front before the family made their exit

Setting off: One of the girls leant into the front before the family made their exit

Larking around: Gordon seemed to be very happy as he joked with one of his daughters

Who's driving? Gordon climbed into the front seat

Larking around: Gordon seemed to be very happy as he joked with one of his daughters

Fun night out: The Ramsays were full of smiles after stopping in at Gordon's Mayfair eatery

Fun night out: The Ramsays were full of smiles after stopping in at Gordon’s Mayfair eatery 

Speaking on The Graham Norton Show in February, Gordon said he’s planning to open up even more restaurants once lockdown is eased.

Gordon admitted that thousands of bookings across his business were removed when Tier 3 restrictions in December forced many restaurants to close just weeks after re-opening following the second lockdown.

Weeks later the government placed the entire country in lockdown, with not set date as to when pubs and restaurants can re-open.

He told Graham: ‘It’s devastating. When you think about breaking bread and having fun with friends and family, it’s just tragic not to have that.’

New normal: Restaurants can now serve diners outside, with many investing in hot water bottles to help with the chilly climes

New normal: Restaurants can now serve diners outside, with many investing in hot water bottles to help with the chilly climes

So soft: The waiter handed each Ramsay a fluffy hot water bottle

So soft: The waiter handed each Ramsay a fluffy hot water bottle

Night out: The couple were not joined by their third daughter or two sons

Hello: Gordon flashed a smile over his shoulder

Night out: Tana (left) and Gordon (right) were not joined by their third daughter or two sons

Looking ahead: Speaking on The Graham Norton Show in February, Gordon said he's planning to open up even more restaurants once lockdown is eased

Looking ahead: Speaking on The Graham Norton Show in February, Gordon said he’s planning to open up even more restaurants once lockdown is eased

Hits: Gordon previously revealed he was forced to cancel 22,000 bookings for his restaurants in December as England was placed in tiered restrictions following a rise in Covid cases

Hits: Gordon previously revealed he was forced to cancel 22,000 bookings for his restaurants in December as England was placed in tiered restrictions following a rise in Covid cases

The Hell’s Kitchen star added: ‘When we reopened last July, the atmosphere was monumental and electrifying, we didn’t even need music, so to be shut backdown was tough.  

‘In December, our most important month, we cancelled 22 and a half thousand reservations, but I have always been optimistic. 

‘It is tough but we will come out of this – we’ve re-created, re-developed and researched new ideas so when we come out of this lockdown we will open up as new restaurants. We are hoping we will re-open at Easter. It would be a dream.’  

Staying positive: Gordon seems to be focusing on the future now restaurants can trade again

Staying positive: Gordon seems to be focusing on the future now restaurants can trade again

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