Review on Bread Street Kitchen
Bread Street Kitchen at the One New Change shopping and eating destination near St Paul's, is Gordon Ramsey's latest venture. Spread over two floors, with a downstairs bar and first floor restaurant, it has been created by Russell Sage Studio in the style of an authentic industrial warehouse, with reclaimed furnishings and 1970's style artwork and lighting. Bread Street Kitchen offers an informal approach to dining and is open from early morning to late at night.
Typical starters from the raw bar are saltwater prawns and crab toast or thinly sliced Lancashire beef, barigoule vegetables and quail eggs. Main courses take in Hardwick mutton and potato pie with Worcestershire sauce or steamed bass, smoked aubergine, Savoy cabbage, Castelluccio lentils and roasted pumpkin. There's also plenty of tempting stuff among the desserts, try the vanilla and gingerbread cheesecake with autumn berries or the pineapple carpacchio served with passion fruit and orange sorbet.
There is a huge open kitchen with a magnificent wine balcony stretching along the walls holding 2000 bottles. The well thought out wine list has offerings by the glass and carafe and there is a bespoke cocktail list.
Bread Street Kitchen is also featured in: Michelin Guide, Hardens, AA GuideRate this Restaurant
Restaurant Opening Times
Breakfast: 7.00am (11.00am Sat-Sun)
Lunch: through until
Dinner: 12.30am Mon-Wed & Sat (2.00am Thu & Fri & 10.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express