The famous chef is set to open his first Scottish Bread Street Kitchen in Edinburgh.
It'll be on St Andrew Square, which has become a hub of famous names in the past few years - with Dishoom, Gaucho and The Ivy nearby.
The 7,000 sq ft property was previously occupied by The Refinery.
The chain, which currently runs four locations across the UK capital, offers customers a taste of classic dishes, such as beef wellington, fish and chips and steaks, that helped make Ramsay a household name.
The restaurant is due to open on Friday 12 November, with bookings being taken online now.
Gordon Ramsay will no doubt visit from time to time but the day to day running of the restaurant will be down to the Edinburgh team.
Dan Ashmore, who has worked at the Pompadour at the Waldorf Astoria, as well as a stint at Gleneagles, is the executive head chef.
Speaking about the opening, Andy Wenlock, CEO Gordon Ramsay Restaurants, said: “We have taken our time to look for the perfect location for our first Bread Street Kitchen & Bar outside of London and we are delighted with the site we have chosen in Edinburgh.
“Such a vibrant city with a cool food scene, it really feels like the perfect match for Bread Street Kitchen & Bar.
“All the team are looking forward to bringing this popular all day dining concept to our new neighbourhood guests later this year.”