Bread Street Kitchen, London

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Dispenser1 x 8 bottle dispenser
 Stainless Steel
 Attached Engine
Address10 Bread St, City of London, EC4M, UK
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Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen opened in September 2011 promising to offer something special to the office workers and tourists who visit St Paul’s. The premise is to be open for anything from a breakfast meeting, a business lunch, to a leisurely dinner, with everything in between. Downstairs, the bar area is decked out with old gym equipment instead of some seats and is the perfect place for a pre-dinner drink.

Upstairs, the dining room is vast, with areas for drinks, dinner and an open plan kitchen so you can see the chefs at work. Down one side of the mezzanine level are a wall of Eurocave wine coolers, meaning that all the bottles are stored at exactly the right temperature for Mario and his team.


The By The Glass system is situated behind the bar, meaning that the bar men have easy access to fantastic wines, and can recommend new wines to customers, and even offer them a taste to see if they would like to buy a bottle or glass.

The menu is split into a number of different parts, with food being prepared various different styles, and using various wood burning overs and grills. The By The Glass system allows a variety of great wines to be served by the glass, and for there to be an ever constant changing selection to allow the wines to match perfectly with the excellent food on offer.

One of the most interesting aspects of Bread Street Kitchen, is that for the breakfast menu, for when people want a quick and efficient breakfast meeting, they aim to serve food within 15 minutes, a model which was first developed for Gordon Ramsay’s Plane Food restaurant in London Heathrow.

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