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Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

| October 9, 2014 | 2 Comments

Hong Kong’s mighty gastronomic scene just got further enriched with the addition of Bread Street Kitchen & Bar. A Gordon Ramsay casual dining concept (est. 2011 in London), revealing nuances of vintage and modern blending and a vibrant mix of British European culinary creations. Conveniently located in Hong Kong’s central entertainment precinct – Lang Kwai Fong (LKF Hotel), this newly opened, yet instantly comfortable and familiar establishment, appeals to anyone seeking a fun-filled atmosphere among friends, colleagues, skillful hosts and Master Chefs.

Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay

ordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

In fact, nowadays frequent diners seek holistic consumption experiences, consciously or unconsciously assessed by a set of impressions they perceive from a venue’s multi-facet performance clues. Whether these are tangible or intangible, perhaps most desired still is the pursuit of authenticity typically associated with traditional fare and the creativity infused by today’s progressive restaurateurs and culinary chefs.

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Enter Bread Street Kitchen where the Bar invites guests’ to momentarily linger while awaking into a state of mindfulness. Here, intriguing cocktail creations await; take the Trinidad Sour, a mouth-watering blend of Rittenhouse Bonded Rye, Bitter Orgeat and Lemon, or the 1934 inspired Cosmopolitan Recap with homemade Raspberry syrup, Tanqueray Gin, Triple Sec and lemon. The bar menu entices to experiment – the ever-so-tasty Flatbread toped with cured pigs cheek, caramelized onions, taleggio cheese and basil pesto provides the first clue of culinary delight.

Gilles Bosquet

Gilles Bosquet

Comfortably seated in humbled settings, sights drawn from lamps and fittings of a vintage past. Gordon Ramsay’s appointed Head Chef Gilles Bosquet is on hand to introduce the menu, featuring comfort-inducing British and European cuisine from around the region. First off, a delicious Sea Bass Carpaccio with avocado, horseradish and fresh ginger stimulates the senses. Taken from the bar menu are two out-standing dishes: tamarind spiced Chicken Wings (crusty on the outside, uber-tender on the inside) and honey glazed Beef Short Ribs (off-bone and cubed) with pomelos and scallions. Delightful too is the ever-so-crunchy Kale and Red Cabbage salad with shaved fennel, pumpkin seeds and white balsamic.

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

The mains may comprise of familiar classic dishes, though, Michelin starred duo Grodon Ramsay and Chef Bosquet have indeed creatively infused modern flavors, experienced, on this occasion, in the Roasted Ocean Trout with chorizo cream, and the butterflied Roasted Baby Chicken with chimichurri and burnt lemon scent. Finally, adding to the list of tangible delights, a dessert menu inclusive of dessert cocktails like the Solera In The States made of Bourbon, dark cacao and Pedro Ximenez mix with a dash of choc bitters.

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Among Hong Kong’s ever-evolving gastronomic scene, Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar may well be offering the right ingredients for a holistic dining experience. Thus, leaving diners with a set of impressions of tangible and intangible performance clues and the value they attribute toward authentic fare and the creativity infused by today’s progressive restaurateurs and culinary chefs. Enjoy!

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Gordon Ramsays Hong Kong Bread Street Kitchen & Bar

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar M/F, LKF Hotel, 33 Wyndham St, Central, T 2230 1800

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