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Wednesday 4 October 2017

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This Halloween, Gordon Ramsay’s Street Kitchen rest­aurants will unveil the dark side of dining with eerily gothic banquet experiences. From 27 – 31st October, guests visiting Bread Street Kitchen and Heddon Street Kitchen will be immersed in a unique and theatrical setting where a host of dark dishes with innovative, showstopping cocktails.

The macabre, fantastical décor will fully immerse guests and intriguing dishes will be available alongside mystical cocktails, to offer the ultimate culinary Halloween experience.



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At Heddon Street Kitchen, guests can indulge in a spooky five-course banquet with a cocktail at the Kitchen Table. Tantalising dishes including crispy pigs’ ears with red onion chutney, pigs head croquettes with sauce gribiche and a whole roasted suckling pig served with apple compote and rum glazed pineapple.

A beef tartare with Bloody Mary rose sauce will arrive to the table served on a polished bone and the menu will finish with a Halloween floating islands, with smooth meringue poached in charcoal custard. The banquet also includes a bubbling Witches Pipe cocktail, a dark smoking concoction which surprises with its refreshing taste, featuring kiwi, Bacardi Carta Blanca Rum, activated charcoal and pineapple. Throughout the meal, sitting alongside the kitchen, diners will interact with chefs and witness the magic that goes into crafting each eerie dish.



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Those looking for the ultimate Halloween dining experience can also head to Bread Street Kitchen, where equally atmospheric décor will transport guests to the dark side. Enjoy a darkly delicious menu of braised veal shin with smashed pumpkin and black garlic sauce, beautifully paired with the Twilight Tea cocktail, a goblet of Grey Goose, pumpkin purée, lapsang tea and orange bitters. To finish, a decadent chocolate fondant with cherry sauce is delivered, oozing to the table. The menu will be available as either a pre-bookable dining experience, or individual dishes are available as an a la carte option in the main restaurant.


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The five-course Heddon Street Kitchen Halloween Banquet is available for 6 to 10 guests for lunch and dinner at £50pp, with the additional option of the bespoke Bacardi cocktail pairings.

To book either Heddon Street Kitchen or Bread Street Kitchen from 27 to 31 October, please visit us here or email us.

At Bread Street Kitchen, guests are invited to pre-book a space at the communal supper-club style table, where they will enjoy the full and exclusive five-course Halloween menu for £50pp, with the additional option of cocktail pairings available on the day. Alternatively, groups of 8 of more can dine on a three-course menu for £37pp. The Halloween menu is also available as an a la carte option for any guests in the main restaurant wishing to sample these supernatural dishes. 

Ensuring that Halloween is not just for adults, an exclusive Halloween-inspired Bread Street Kitchen Kids Pizza Masterclass will take place on 29 October. With toppings such at olive spiders, kids will be able to create their very own Halloween themed pizzas while the parents sit nearby and enjoy a champagne brunch. After enjoying their spooky creations with dessert, there will be a pumpkin carving session. Kids will be encouraged to come in their most ghoulish attire, with prizes given to the most frightening costume. 

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