Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen opens for business

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Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant, Bread Street Kitchen, finally opened its doors yesterday, after a delay of almost a year.

The £5 million all day restaurant in the heart of the city – just a stone’s throw form Jamie Oliver’s £3 million meat restaurant, Barbecoa – offers an extensive wine and cocktail list alongside a seasonal menu.

Guests can set themselves up for the day with a Bread Street ‘English’, grab a quick stone bass carpaccio with avocado, horseradish, ginger, honey and wakame for lunch at the more relaxed raw counter or enjoy a lazy sit down over a king crab cocktail and Bread Street short rib burger in the evening.

Ramsay flew in from South Africa to attend the opening of Bread Street Kitchen which is situated in the £500 million One New Change shopping centre. Speaking to London’s Evening Standard, Ramsay promised customers at the large warehouse style space “real theatre. I’m a huge fan of what they do in New York. There they do things big and brash and they do it brilliantly.”

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