Since opening in 2005, Gordon Ramsay’s celebrated Maze restaurant in London has picked up a series of accolades, including a Michelin star. It’s a restaurant that’s somewhat out of the ordinary; specialising in a number of tapas style individual dishes rather than a more traditional sequence of courses.More recently, Ramsay opened the Maze Grill next door, focussing on a New York-style steakhouse experience. The Guardian called it: “the most interesting opening from Gordon Ramsay in a long while,” serving “a lovely piece of meat.”So, whichever venue you choose, eating there is an unusual treat – and it’s a place where you can sometimes meet Gordon Ramsay in person as well. Now, CharityStars.com is offering a brilliant opportunity to bid for exclusive private dining for 10 people, at either Maze restaurant. It’s the sort of meal that will create memories, but you’ll have to move quickly, as the auction closes this week.At Maze, you will enjoy a bespoke five-course tasting menu in the private dining room, Maze View, which has a glass panel for you to sneak a peek at the chefs, hard at work. If you prefer a meaty experience at the Maze Grill, you will overlook the theatre of the busy kitchen from the elevated Butcher’s Block table as you’re served a world-class three-course menu.To add to this experience, your party will be led on an exclusive tour of the kitchens, and the lead guest will receive a Gordon Ramsay recipe book to try some dishes at home.Normally, there would be a hefty price tag attached to such an exclusive dining opportunity, but as is often the case on CharityStars.com there’s the chance to pick up an amazing experience at less than the standard retail price, while donating to a charitable cause as well.To bid on a culinary experience that’s second to none, please click here.The money raised will go towards the Liverpool FC Foundation. This is the official charity of the club, delivering a range of initiatives that inspire young people from all walks of life around Liverpool to make a positive change happen for themselves and their communities. It makes an amazing difference, working with more than 3000 young people every week.