Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay

Sophisticated restaurant serving British grub with some interesting twists
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Time Out Says

Gordon Ramsay’s Dubai venture comprises a huge bar area, sprawling dining room and large outdoor terrace, all seemingly far too big to fill up. But don’t be fooled – it gets busy. Very busy.

It’s partly the top Brit chef’s name that no doubt draws the crowds, but that sentiment alone would do a disservice to the food, which is frankly delicious.

The menu is full of homely dishes with a touch of elegance, and some with a twist (we’ve raved about the beef Wellington many a time). And they really are of a calibre you’d expect (and hope for) from a chef of Ramsay’s top standing.

The baby chicken with chimichurri main is simple but tasty, though the stand-out of the meal is the crispy beef short rib with pomegranate, pomello and hoisin honey glaze starter. The tender cubes are sticky sweet and full of rich, intense flavour, and the delicate meat falls apart beautifully. It’s reason enough to book a return visit.

The outdoor space is lovely in the cooler weather, and is ideal for families, too, as the kids can roam without disturbing diners.

Bread Street Kitchen is a good all-rounder from a British culinary great that you won’t need to remortgage your house for. Result.

The bottom line
A great all-rounder from a top chef.

By Time Out Dubai staff  | 10 Jan 2018

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Details

Payment OptionsCash, Credit Card
Dress CodeAfter Six
Show number +9714426 2000
Dubai, Palm Jumeirah, Crescent Rd - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
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