Bread Street Kitchen is one of the restaurant own by the infamous Gordon Ramsay…


My first experience at a Ramsay restaurant was at Petrus in Knightsbridge.. Very elegant and boast the typical fine dining but here its completely different


The atmosphere is buzzing with excitement, loud and sometime abit too hectic but the decor really gives it that nice laid back feel perfect to start your weekend…

Enough with the intro, now let see what I have to show you today


First the tomato tart with burrata and balsamic glaze.. This is a really fresh, sweet and acidic dish coming through from the tomatoes and the caramelised onions.. The burrata adds the creamy and mild softness that balances everything… But somehow the sharpness really got me.. The pastry was crispy and buttery… Perfect as a base as it retain its character rather than soggy



For the main we went for the English rose veal chop and Dingley dell 10oz pork chop with a side of super smooth and creamy mash and steamed broccoli and cauliflower with romesco sauce



Both were amazing.. Full of flavour, pork shop with super juciy and moist and the veal was tender and succulent.. What amazing is that the Josper Charcoal Grill gives it that nice caramelised burnt outside which adds that hint of smoke and that umami flavour that just elevates the dish.. So good that I think you don’t even need to add more salt, pepper or even the sauce…

But get the marrowbone and shallot sauce its delicious with these grill meats.. Avoid the peppercorn.. It taste very chemical today…


To round it off.. Passionfruit tart and chocolate ice cream… Amazing blend of flavours and texture.. Light custard infused with passion fruit.. Sweet, acidic and tangy yet light and the dark chocolate really compliments it well… This reminds me of the Pierre Hermes combination of flavour that I love.. Really good dessert!


For now, Bread Street Kitchen delivers some really great dishes and the atmosphere is very electric… One where I would say would come back for sure and try other dishes available in the menu!

Ps. While walking back you get to see that wonderful view of St. Paul… Magnificent…

Price:£££ (£40-£50 plus wine)
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