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Time Out Says...
An English rose-veal chop was of excellent quality, and perfectly grilled. Mutton and potato pie was comfort food, helped along by a high butter content. A bone-marrow sauce was perhaps a little jammy, but other details were good, such as a side dish of nutty brussels sprouts flavoured with bacon lardons. The wine list has lots of enticing options but few bargains; the cocktails are expertly conceived and crafted – as they should be at well over a tenner each.
A sequel to Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen by St Paul’s – famed for its brunches, attentive service, live jazz and short rib burger – Heddon Street’s modern European menu comes courtesy of head chef Maria Tampakis, and is complemented by an interactive wine tasting and pairing counter (where you can try a large range of wines by the glass); a raw bar; an outdoor terrace for al fresco dining; a lounge area for post-work drinks and pre-dinner cocktails; a pizza oven (which is important); and a direct, Hells Kitchen-style view of the chefs at work.
Ramsay’s latest offering has arrived, and Heddon Street Kitchen is just what W1 drinkers have been waiting for. This ‘modern European’ restaurant, spread over two floors, is home to all sorts of fun...It’s the bar you’re here for really; tucked away at the back you’ll find the boys busy creating some serious cocktails. The menu is mega – so kick things off with an aperitif from the ‘open the appetite’ section, work your way through the signatures like their tiki craft beer cocktail, Heddon Street Grog, and finish up with one of their after dinner treats.