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Inside: Heddon Street Kitchen

Wednesday 11 November 2015


A brooding space spread across two floors, Heddon Street Kitchen and Bar has the feel of an airy atelier just a stone’s throw away from the popular landmarks of Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Street and Regent Street. This all-day restaurant and bar is a popular post-shop pit stop and bustling destination for after-work aperitifs. Indulge in a lazy prosecco lunch, prop up the ice cream bar with (or without) the kids, and fill up on the pre-theatre menu before catching a show in the West End.


Think casual, but chic. Heddon Street Kitchen blends vintage and modern furnishings of buttery leathers, masculine woods and shimmering steel, and is complete with open kitchen theatrics and an intimate upstairs private dining room.


A Great British menu of Lake District steaks, big city Burgers and a proper full English breakfast. Struggling to find a good Sunday Roast in central London? Heddon Street Kitchen has that covered too. Wash it down with a boozy shake (we recommend the Gentleman’s Breakfast featuring Gentleman Jack, peanut butter, banana and vanilla ice cream) and finish with your own custom dessert from the ice cream bar.

Signature Dish

Don’t miss the HSK short rib burger with Monterey Jack cheese – a classic that never goes out of style.


With two bars under one roof, Heddon Street Kitchen won’t let you go thirsty. Sample your choice of 35 premium wines poured using the unique Coravin system, with which high-end wines can be yours by the glass without releasing the cork.

Not in the mood for wine? Kick back in the shadows of the lounge bar and experience masterful mixology with classic and experimental cocktails. For interactive imbibing, book a bespoke cocktail masterclass with an expert bartender (Cocktail Masterclass at Heddon Street Kitchen, £40 for 2 people including 2 drinks). 


A sitting at Heddon Street Kitchen with a meal and alcoholic drinks comes to an average of £32-38 per person.

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