(Saving) on expenses - Bread Kitchen, London EC4

Reviewer: Carrie Pitt, senior account manager, Cirkle PR

(Saving) on expenses: Bread Kitchen, London EC4
(Saving) on expenses: Bread Kitchen, London EC4

What is it good for?

This vast, airy, bustling space cleverly combines industrial chic with vintage and modern decor. The spacious layout provides a bustling atmosphere perfect for informal lunches/briefings with journalists or clients.

Signature dishes

The ever-changing menu comprises a range of deliciously simple classics - from tender steaks, through to a fantastic range of seafood, including lobster. The sea bream with braised leeks, razor clams, samphire and shellfish dressing is highly recommended.

Who's the boss?

Celebrity chef and Michelin star-holder Gordon Ramsay owns this eatery and ten other restaurants across the capital.

Tips please

The extensive and varied breakfast menu is well worth the visit. It is also worth noting there is a £2 per person cover charge if you eat in the dining room at all times, although there is no charge for eating in the bar area.

What's the damage?

The cost of a two-course meal is £30-£40 per person.

Bread Kitchen, 10 Bread St, London EC4M 9AB. 020 7592 1616

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