Bread Street Kitchen
Weekend Prosecco Brunch £40
Enjoy brunch in the heart of the city with free flowing Prosecco. Simply choose one main course or egg dish along with a dessert from the brunch menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 12 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service. Prosecco will be served for 1.5 hours from when you arrive.
Valid For: 1 - 12 people
Starts: 5 January 2018
Ends: 30 September 2019
Availability: Sun 10:00-14:00
Enjoyed a really nice meal on Thursday, food was delicious, cocktails nice and the free Photo Booth was an added bonus for those special memories.
A favourite. Although table can get a little cramp.
Food it good and service is fine
Great food, great place and nice staff. Though but on the pricy side and service could’ve been better.
This was on our itinerary before we crossed “the pond,” mostly due to the fact that I hoped to get a dependably good pizza here, and the fact that my 13 year-old son has an unnatural love for Mr. Ramsey’s television shows. It is a cool place. I am normally not this critical of restaurants; life is too short. However, it was hard to to be a bit critical since I have passively watched Gordon on tv riding hard other restauranteurs. Overall, I’d give the dinner experience about a 7 of 10. We sat for over 15 minutes without a soul coming to our table. The waiter did my least favorite thing by trying to take our order without writing anything down. This never impresses me, since about 90% of the time it results in an inaccurate order arriving at the table. this happened here. My pizza had corn mash for sauce, and had bits of dark-meat chicken as well, despite that fact that I had ordered a straight gangsta pepperoni pizza. Now, being an Arkansan, I figured that this was just the chef’s taking some artistic license. There was some pepperoni mixed in there too. Then, after I had put away about half of it, the waiter let me know that he had entered the wrong pizza. Anyway, appetite sufficiently stunted. Maybe I’ll try breakfast next time. Or maybe i’ll stick to the Four Seasons for food. So badass, the one on Park Lane.
Sorry, for the bad review, but name is one thinks second is the reality!food was on the bad condition..we had steak for 35£ overcooked. Bring us new but side dish and sauce not. Everthying cold...my dish and chops no taste and no salty???what happened. Sorry. For that but we spent 105£ for nothing. And service thats was the terrible experience. Just cold and nothing more. We have to say just one think. No more. On the London its man more better restaurant.
Went for Sunday Roast dinner and was really looking forward to it after previous Sunday roasts at another Gordon Ramsay restaurant. Was really disappointed that there was very little meat, the veg were very plainly cooked, and the Yorkshire pudding was over cooked (so much so that it was hard as a rock). The meal was redeemed by the incredible sticky tiff pudding. Service was very good. But wouldn’t go back. :(
7 pounds for glass of ice with small splash of juice and s waiter who disappeared despite an empty restaurant
The service was pretty indifferent, our main waiter/head waiter was very stuck up and not at all friendly had a very superior attitude and abrupt manner. Our other server was very slow in topping up drinks. Would have complained at the time but as it was 21st birthday celebration for my son I didn’t want to spoil his evening. We have been a number of times to Bread street and I think the menu is very tired. It hasn’t been changed in at least 2years. We won’t be back in a hurry. Too many other great restaurants to choose from.
Really slow service even when it wasn’t busy - felt like we were forgotten. We called one waitress, she headed to our table and then swerved to watch another waiter put down a dessert on another table. Same waitress didn’t bring our bill when we asked for it, took 20 mins to get a non-alcoholic cocktail.... not the best experience
Went for brunch as part of a group of seven. We arrived when it opened on Sunday so seating was not an issue. We all ordered our own dishes but tasted everyone else’s and all were very good. Portions were generous, prices were very reasonable and service was very good.
Fantastic food along with a fantastic waitress. Couldn’t ask for better food
Good food, great ambience, exceptional service
Best beet wellington I have ever eaten . Recommended restaurant
Waited 90 mins for the Wellington. Only apologised to after we had been served. The food was great but a little proactive customer engagement wouldn’t go a miss.
Wow. For Gordon to bark on his TV shows about seasoning, timing of service and coordination of drinks with plates, he fails to deliver at this restaurant. This place needs serious oversight as to service coordination. Gordon where are you? We had the Wellington tasting menu--aperitif came with the starter, the white wine had to be coaxed from the waiter and sommelier and was served after the starter. The red arrived well into the Wellington. Hmm? Drinks only arrived because we chased them. Starter was quite good, potted meat, tuna and chicken wings were all excellent. Could have used more pickle relish. The Wellington was cooked and presented perfectly but could have used more seasoning. Truffle mash was excellent.
In short, for what we paid (and it was steep) the service should have been much, much better. Although the staff was very nice, it bordered on incompetent.
Really impressive looking restaurant. Food was good albeit could have done with more seasoning. No salt and pepper on the table which is a personal bugbear. Although the prices look very reasonable none of the mains come with and sides which really push up the price and the wine is also very expensive. Still decent value for a Ramsay restaurant but not as reasonable as it first appears.
Service was very polite and attentive but we did order extra beers at he end of the starter which never appeared.
Overall a really good place and great for a business meeting or celebration. The problems when compared to the overall experience were pretty minor
Service a bit slow but we were offered complimentary desserts. Overall a great dining experience for a business meal
Friendly, good service, relatively quick. Only real downside is that every time I've been I've been sat right next to other people when there's plenty of room.....not great for privacy.....
Our greeting on arrival was lovely. Shame about pretty much everything else. The waitress was thoroughly disinterested until the end when she brought over my brother’s brownie with a candle for his birthday. There were small pieces of plastic on one of the roast beef dishes we ordered. Whilst it was agreed to be taken off the bill and an apology given, it wasn’t taken off the bill so I had to remind the manager. Then when she presented the next bill, she had deducted the roast chicken and not roast beef. So if I hadn’t checked the bill we would have paid £25 more than needed. The chairs were also flat and need replacing. The chicken was lacking in taste, some parts under salted and others over salted. This used to be a lovely place but standards have fallen drastically. What a shame!
The food was disappointing and felt like it was mass produced and then dumped onto the plates.
I think this is restaurant is poor. I find the menu uninspiring although the food tastes ok. They cannot make mac and cheese however and its eyewateringly expensive for what it is. I wanted wine by the glass and its basically about £20 a glass as standard which is offensive. It is never full suggesting people thing the same as me. I was having a business meal but i'd never spend my own money to go there.
BSK is the perfect place breakfast, Lunch, and dinner! It is the place to go when visiting London. Being a Gordon Ramsay fan I was extremely excited to enter the restaurant and have a great time with my girlfriend. food is amazing and lives up to the expectation, the staff is friendly and accommodating to people with allergies and are very knowledgeable in the food and drinks! I would recommend this place to everyone! Can’t wait to go back again when I return to London!
Expected more from the restaurant given the name behind it. Ordered fish and chips, chips where really good but the fish was extremely greasy and the pea mash had no flavor.
Great food, service was slower than what we are used to, had to ask to get check. We went because they had sticky toffee pudding on the menu only to find out they were sold out. Waitress brought us a dessert sampler to make up for it!
Our server, Amo, helped us negotiate the menu so we could split a special menu for two into one for three. The beef Wellington was delicious, as were the appetizers that preceded and the desserts that followed. An excellent meal.
My only criticism: it’s a trend or feature of contemporary dining out that the restaurant be LOUD. Turn down the music, please, so that we can actually converse with our friend we don’t get to see very often.
A great location for a lunch or early evening relaxed dinner. Quite noisy though so not good for a business discussion in my view.
Nice food but the service isn’t that nice.
Waitress keeps ignoring me and one waitress even bring me wrong drink...
Our waiter Matt was outstanding! We had a great time experience.
In town touring around. Nice spot but not the best either.
I put instructions that we needed a baby seat and had a gluten free guest. I had to ask for the baby-chair and a gluten free menu even though I re-infomed the host. Not a great start. Some of us did the bottomless brunch and we had to flag staff down to refill out drinks and bring more water. It's a VERY big venue. The staff were very nice though. The food was good except my English Breakfast had no toast - thought that was really strange. The coffee was lovely. I think they probably just need a few more staff members for such a huge venue. Would definitely go again.
The food and atmosphere were above average, and we greatly appreciated the abundance of vegan and gluten free options, but this was overshadowed by our server, who was very impatient with us from the moment we sat down. She didn’t walk around the table to serve each person, but reached across the table and even shook a pizza at someone, saying “take it,” rather than setting it down. We tried to be very polite, but she acted like we were ruining her day by being there.
Great food, but really poor service. Slow and non attentive.
Drinks were really expensive
Overall wouldn't recommend even though the food was excellent
Good Food, Nice Environment, Staffs politely & professional
The quality of the food was beyond disappointing for the cost. We have had better meals at 24 hour diners and yet this meal cost more than £120. Beautiful deco and we were prepared to pay that much (or more) for our evening, but we were so disappointed in the meal itself.
Great decor. Very good food, fast and intimate service. Best.
Great service - fair value but the food was not fantastic or how I remembered it. Still a decent place for a client lunch ....
I have been before a few years ago and everything was great. This time a fair few slip ups made for a disappointing experience. Firstly our waiter was no where to be seen, finally got hold of a waiter going to take payment to a neighbouring table to ask to order. Our food arrived before our pre-meal olives. We ordered curry and it was luke warm! And the chicken even colder. For a £20 curry I think there were about 3-4 pieces of chicken. The issue was rectified however it was an expensive lunch for not a great experimented. :-(
It was a very bd experience
The food was bad
The salad without cream or sauce or olive
The main plate came after 1 hour
The desert aftet 30 minutes without the one we select because they burnt it
The price extremely high
Great feel in the place accept it felt just too big.
Almost like a a large pub group!
Staff were great. Friendly and chatty but the food let the experience down.
Went for the taster experience with the best wine selection.
Wine was good just not enough to match each coarse.
Ended up buying another bottle....maybe thats the plan!
Starters were a selection of good pub grub.
The beef wellington was soggy. The mushroom wrap around the fillet was like compressed grass trimmings.
The fillet itself was chewy however lovely and rare but had a 'raw' taste to it.
Given the rise of some excellent new restaurants in London....I think Bread Street need to think about upping thier game