From Gordon Ramsay's MasterClass

Method: Kitchen Layout

Take a tour of Gordon's own kitchen as he shares the design concepts driving its layout. He'll show you how just a few good pots, pans, utensils, and a hot plate are all you need to get cooking.

Topics include: Kitchen Layout


Take a tour of Gordon's own kitchen as he shares the design concepts driving its layout. He'll show you how just a few good pots, pans, utensils, and a hot plate are all you need to get cooking.

Topics include: Kitchen Layout

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Transform your cooking

This is Gordon Ramsay like you've never experienced. The seven-star Michelin chef takes you into his home kitchen to learn everything from kitchen setup and buying the freshest ingredients to constructing unforgettable dishes. In this MasterClass, you're not just learning recipes, you're learning how to take your cooking to the next level.


Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

I find Gordon really inspiring, the way he is excited about cooking is smth great, after looking at him it feels weird to eat pasta out of the supermarket

Gordon Ramsey is actually a very nice person who swears a lot! I have a new respect for him. Thank you Chef Ramsey

I got a lot out of this class. It was what I expected it would be.

I love Chef Ramsay - thank you for sharing all the valuable knowledge. Many off the dishes I already learnt following his shows and youtube channel - I was hoping for something I have not seen before in this class.


Bob K.

Chef Ramsay's passion, and rigor for his art is contagious. I am not, nor will I be a professional chef in this lifetime, but I do expect my wife, family and friends will benefit from these lessons as much as I will.

Stephen D.

I like to keep my kitchen nice and tidy! This was the morning after cooking a four courser for seven guests and drinking lots of wine. Because I cook, serve and eat with my guests my kitchen normally goes into disarray at some point.

Cory T.

This is my current apartment kitchen. Not the optimal, "reach-behind-you-fridge" location, but the L shape seems to work well. As far as items in the kitchen essentials checklist, the only ones that I need are - parchment paper, boning knife, and a larger cutting board. If I had to redo the kitchen, I would have a taller floating island - this could double as a place to sit/eat as well as a larger surface to prep without having to lean over. Outside of the kitchen small kitchen makeover, I need to spend some time organizing the Tupperware and paring down on the amount of glassware.

A fellow student

Hi! This link for the comprehensive guide on handling, selecting, and caring for knives doesn't seem to work. Can this be corrected or have people found the correct link? Thanks!

Kimberly L.

Hello Everyone, To answer the assignment questions: Do I love or hate my kitchen? I am content with it currently but some upgrading would be cool. What I would like to update or add? Well, I am currently using a desk for an island which is a must, but a real island would be cool. Also a dishwasher would be awesome and a larger fridge and freezer. How would I remodel my kitchen? Well first I would move into my own house. Secondly, have black modern cabinets, white ones are too hard to keep clean. Stainless steel appliances and preferably not the washer and dryer in the kitchen. (Not in the picture, well perhaps the corner of it.) Not saying I do not ENJOY having my own washer and dryer and totally blessed, (Love it!) but if it were my preference, the laundry room would be most ideal. - A real granite counter top, not a fake one. - More cupboard for I am running out of space. - Six or eight burners on the stove and perhaps a gas stove. Also with a warming drawer. - A sink tap with a sprayer on it. - A nice back splash and not drywall. - Pantry That is all I can think of for now. Enjoy!

Arijana L.

The amount of passion he radiates out of himself is truly mesmerizing! I am not a chef nor I like cooking daily, but I am someone who LOVES knowing how to cook well and aspire to learn. I worked in a 2 rosettes restaurant as a waitress when I was 21 years old (in 2005) in England and of course I learned from the chefs all the big names. Ramsey was one of them of course. So here I am, looking to learn from one of the best from the comfort of my home. I resonate with him about SPACE and FREEDOM. My kitchen is a dream, but his is even better. I also put all my ingredients and pans out...ready for action.

Michelle R.

When anyone asks me what Chef I model myself after, and who do I admire. I say Gordon Ramsey hands down. I make it clear that you are not the person that your tv shows portray. That you are a wonderful father, husband and teacher. I would say I am a cross between Gordon Ramsey and Giada De Laurentis! My Goal is to one day meet you face to face and have the opportunity to stand by your side for a real life instruction!!!!! YOU ROCK

Tine S.

I love it! And I love that there is no pushy product placements which seem to be all over these days. And GS is so good at sharing essentials and wrap them in the best language and descriptions, really entertaining and engaging. Thanks!

Maui J.

Love this...every bit of it including the language! Space, light, mountains...have everything out, ready! I have been using only stainless steel as I have been told it is the healthiest. What about the toxic effects of non-stick pans? What are the best non-stick pans to buy? I would think you would only need non-stick for eggs??? Oh, let's get cooken! LOVE his accent!

A fellow student

Just so brutally honest. Love it, 'all the gear, no idea' yep! As just a home cooking dad, this basic commonsense application of setup is great. Thank you Chef!