Gordon Ramsay Holdings has closed one of its pubs, The Devonshire in Chiswick, blaming the state of the pub industry for its demise.

The Devonshire, one of Gordon’s three pubs, opened in 2007 to fairly bad reviews, and has never lived up to expectations.

Gordon Ramsay Holdings said:

“The Devonshire pub has not been meeting our expectations for awhile and we have taken the decision to close it while we consider future plans.  There are a number of options and a final decision will be made in due course.”

Struggling pub industry

A spokesperson for GRH added that the closure came as a result of the struggling pub market, which has seen around 4,000 pubs close since 2008.

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