A lively and exciting new restaurant and bar from the team at Gordon Ramsay restaurants and the home to a relaxed dining experience set in a large warehouse style space, drawing inspiration from the East London aesthetic that surrounds it. At the heart of the Bread Street Kitchen offering is an informal approach to dining. Guests can meet, eat and drink from early morning until late at night. Underpinned by great service and a menu that includes a raw bar, a wood burning oven and dishes from the lively open kitchen. Guests will also be able to take in the incredible wine balcony which will stretch along the walls of the kitchen holding no less than 2000 bottles of wine. Open from breakfast the all day restaurant offers an extensive wine and bespoke cocktail list alongside a seasonal menu. Diners can enjoy a lazy sit down over a cider braised pork collar and king crab cocktail or grab a quick ceviche of salmon with grapefruit, jalapeño lime and coriander at the more relaxed Raw Bar.
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Bread Street Kitchen
Bread StreetThe CityLondonEC4M 9BE
- Public transport:
- Mansion House, Underground
My team and I went here for lunch, and it was a pleasant surprise.
The bunch of us each ordered a starter and a main. I ordered the king crab California rolls as my starter, then the pork belly for my main. I absolutely loved the rolls. Not only was there a healthy amount of delicious crab on each of the six pieces of rolls but the also, the soya sauce dip added a perfect sesame-scented...more
Cannelloni with ricotta and spinach. Served and cooked well. Ellie loved it. I had the burger with Siracha mayonnaise and chips. Really well done the spice is perfectly matched.
The staff is friendly and very nice.
Find a dessert on the incredible dessert offering and dig in.more
Amazing Restaurant right next To St. Pauls Cathedrale. Perfect Service, very friendly waitress, stunning food as Well as beautiful interior. The perfect Spot For a Special Occasion! It Is very pricy but it's also worth it And I Would recommend it To every London visitor! Thumbs Up! :-)more
what i liked:
1. The Ambiance
2. The chunky french fries
I went with a party of 5 (with 3 adults and 2 children ages 11 & 13) for dinner... it definitely is not a family restaurant.... Dinner time attracts business professionals and the young adult crowd. It is a very nice space upstairs. I loved the high ceilings and openness of the entire dining area. The ambiance is absolutely perfect...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