A bustling, large and breathtaking space comprising a restaurant and two bars, Bread Street Kitchen offers a sophisticated yet honest all-day dining menu that is inspired by the changing British seasons with European, North American and Asian influences.
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Bread Street Kitchen
Bread StreetThe CityLondonEC4M 9BE
- Public transport:
- Mansion House, Underground
You know how sometimes when you're dining with a big group of friends and the courses are coming too efficiently and you're like "I wish things would just slow down because I'm having such a good time and there's nothing else I'd rather be doing at this moment than be here, laughing with these people and marveling at how lucky I am to have them"?
This was like the opposite of that thing....more
Attentive waitstaff, lovely wine menu, unbalanced portions.
Went for lunch with fellow Yelper Tirth and was very welcomed with a buggy which is a nice change of pace. Usually a buggy = a look of Holy shit where are we going to fit that thing?!
Had a lovely rose that I'll have to try again but the portion of meat to accoutrements was absurd. I had ordered the Red wine braised feather blade,...more
One word to describe is disappointing... I had high expectations and it does not deliver... Have been there three times and ever-time I was disappointed! Pricy for what you get and the atmosphere is poor...more
HOLY COW was this place packed on a weekday night! Everyone was there, a lot of people wearing work attire. I assume they just met up for dinner. Wow. So crowded, and pretty loud. If you are going for a quiet dinner, this is not your place.
Got seated with my friend near the window which was kind of nice. The restaurant is BEAUTIFUL. I've been to a couple Gordon Ramsay restaurants in the US,...more
Went there on a weekday night in April, albeit somewhat early for dinner, and reservations definitely weren't necessary. It started to fill up later. If you prefer a later meal, though, you might want to call it in, just in case.
Our expectations for the bread were somewhat raised for a place called Bread Street Kitchen. The "complimentary" (except not so complimentary) bread was quite good,...more