Launching in Ealing on 23 August, the new restaurant will be inspired by the original Bread Street Kitchen in St Paul’s, which was opened 10 years ago.
Described as being a ‘local neighbourhood’ restaurant offering a ‘relaxed and friendly all-day dining experience’ the menu will feature classic Bread Street dishes alongside some new dishes specially created for the Ealing café.
Dishes will include fish and chips; beef wellington; cooked English breakfast; and bbq ribs and fries as well as a range of sandwiches.
The company now operates two Bread Street Kitchens, the second having opened in Southwark.
The new opening is part of a slew of new launches by Ramsay’s restaurant group in recent months. The group’s Street Burger concept has expanded at pace this year with recent new openings in Islington and within The O2's main Entertainment District.
The company is also continuing to roll out its Street Pizza concept, which now has sites in St Paul’s Camden, Southwark and Battersea.
Gordon Ramsay Restaurants recently appointed former Leon heavyweight Antony Perring as chief financial officer (CFO) to help drive its ambitious expansion strategy.