The new restaurant will be an all-day dining and bar concept inspired by the group’s city restaurant Bread Street Kitchen, though there will be differences such as a new Russell Sage design to suit the room. Heddon Street Kitchen aims to appeal to a wide market and attract workers, tourists, shoppers and locals alike.
Managing director at the Gordon Ramsay Group Stuart Gillies said: "The Gordon Ramsay Group is delighted to be opening its latest London restaurant, Heddon Street Kitchen, in Regent Street's Food Quarter. This historic part of London offers the perfect location for our stylish and relaxed all-day dining experience."
The restaurant, which runs over three floors and totals around 8,900sq.ft in size, is let by The Crown Estate and will be part of the ongoing £1bn Regent Street regeneration.
Head of the Regent Street Portfolio at The Crown Estate David Shaw said: "Regent Street consistently works to improve the experience for our customers whether they work or live on the Street or come to shop. Heddon Street Kitchen will be a step change which will add a great attraction to our offer."