Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen Singapore

Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen Singapore

Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen Singapore is gorgeous. Design firm Wilson Associates have done a great job translating the London original restaurant design. It’s casual but polished. The whole restaurant itself seats about 149. There’s a bar upstairs facing the waterfront. Downstairs, we have this private dining area and the lively kitchen dining space. The lights chosen for this downstairs area include Edison Light Globes Vintage Edison Train Carriage lights and Brass Tube caged picture lights above the black tiled walls featuring black and white photographs.

Foodwise, you can expect classic British-European fare. Bread Street Kitchen here will stay true to its London concept, using artisanal British products and seasonal fare, but also tapping on local ingredients for global flair led by Executive Chef Sabrina Stillhart, a seasoned member of Ramsay’s staff being in the group for almost a decade. The restaurant portrays itself as true to its London concept.

We can expect to see Gordon back in Singapore more often, but he is very confident of the the leadership he’s placed here. Executive Chef Sabrina Stillhart who has been with the Gordon Ramsay group for a decade, was part of the Bread Street Kitchen opening team in London. She leads the 27-strong team here. Gordon opened his restaurant Bread Street Kitchen in Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands and it seems ready to excite the Singaporean palate. Indulge in items such as the Spicy Tuna Tartare, Potted Salt Beef Brisket to even familiar favourites such as the Traditional Fish & Chips to even the good ol’ Lamb Chops. Finish off the meal with a selection of desserts and a highly recommended Chocolate Fondant with Salted Caramel and Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream. In a nutshell, Ramsay’s culinary style for Bread Street Kitchen offers a well-rounded experience with flavours that come together, leaving one a sense of comfort with each bite.

The restaurant features two levels.The ground level has an “interactive” bar area where a communal table is set up for mixologists to offer a more personal and lively drinking experience. At the basement level, diners will enjoy a more intimate, private dining experience or be seated near the open kitchen for a peek into the buzz that happens whether Ramsay is in town or not.

Photos by Camberu