REVIEW: Bread Street Kitchen

It was, Gordon Ramsay told ShortList in February, the toughest launch of his restaurant career to date.

His Bread Street Kitchen, located in The Avenues in the cavernous underbelly of Atlantis, The Palm, opened to considerable fanfare in late October last year, but was greeted with a response that might best be described as lukewarm.

Inconsistent food, inattentive service and an ambience that was less the desired “warehouse” and more all-day-dining restaurant in a passable but unremarkable four-star beach resort, all contributed to a collective shrug from the city’s diners. There are, as Ramsay admitted, innumerable alternatives in which to spend your money.

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