Gail’s Kitchen serves some pretty darn good food for a relatively good price. The place is owned by the famous Gail’s Bakery and was recently awarded the Michelin’s Bib Gourmand 2014.



The food is inspired by bread and bread oven that was transferred from Gail’s Artisan Bakery. The food is all about sharing as each plate comes in a sharing size portion.


The cuisine here is a mix, you can get dishes from Italy, middle east, British etc. All look so tempting but if I order them all I would probably have to stop eating for 3 days.

While I decide what food to order, I got the super refreshing mocktail of the day: strawberry and passion fruit (£5.5), super refreshing.

Before the mains come, a small plate of Gail’s sourdough and basil focaccia is served with salted butter and olive oil. Both really good.

First to start is burrata with roasted sweet potato, currants relish and mint (£7.5). This is amazing. The cheese is creamy and velvety, the potato is super sweet and the relish is tangy. All ingredients perfectly compliments each other.

For the second dish I got nine-hour pork belly with crispy skin, cauliflower puree, black barley & prune stew (£8). This was amazing. The pork is succulent, savoury and melts in your mouth. The skin is nice and crispy while the barley is earthy and crunchy and sweet tangy taste the cuts the pork’s richness very well. A great dish.

Gail’s Kitchen is amazing. Full stop. The dishes are packed full of flavour and executed perfectly. Will definitely return!

Price:££ (dish varies from £7 – £8 for mains, snacks at £3 and dessert ~£6)
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