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HEDDON STREET KITCHEN OPENS IN NOVEMBER

Monday 6 October 2014

After much anticipation, Heddon Street Kitchen, the latest restaurant in the Gordon Ramsay Group luxury portfolio, is set to open week commencing 10 November in Regent Street’s Food Quarter, in the heart of one of London’s premier shopping destinations.

From brisk breakfasts and post-shop pit-stops through to lunches, dinners and after-work cocktails, expect a relaxed, modern European menu from head chef Maria Tampakis – who earned her culinary stripes at Bread Street Kitchen and before that spent time at the three Michelin-starred restaurant Jean-Georges in NYC.

A bustling and breathtaking space over two floors, Heddon Street Kitchen is a stylish mix of vintage and modern. A standout feature is the interactive wine-tasting counter where guests can try a wide range of wines by the glass and participate in engaging tastings and food pairings. Alternatively, chill-out at the ice-cream bar, serving a whole host of frozen goodies from alcoholic ice-cream cocktails through to retro old school favourites. There will also be an open kitchen and pass providing a view of the theatre of a busy service, raw bar, pizza oven and private room with full media facilities. An intimate bar and lounge area is an ideal spot for after-work cocktails or pre-dinner drinks whilst the outdoor terrace is perfect for al fresco dining and people watching.

Together with a super-central location, in the heart of Regent Street, a stone’s throw from Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus and Soho, Heddon Street Kitchen is sure to become a favourite with locals, tourists, shoppers and workers alike.

Managing Director Stuart Gillies comments: “We are extremely excited to be opening in the very heart of the West End in what has become one of London’s premier shopping destinations. We have developed Heddon Street Kitchen as an accessible all-day eaterie that will appeal to tourists, workers and shoppers, from breakfast right through to late night suppers and cocktails.”

Cool and casual – drop by any time of the day.

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