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Bread Street Kitchen - The City

Location pin

13 South Pl, London EC2M 2AQ, EC2M 2AQ - 

  • Credit card

    From
    £1000 min spend

  • Users

    Up to
    550 guests

  • Delivery truck

    Internal Catering
    allowed

Situated in South Place, near Moorgate and Liverpool Street in the heart of the City of London, Bread Street Kitchen - The City is your landmark Central London party venue for birthdays, corporate events, parties, events and much more.

We have a number of areas to suit your requirements, from cocktail or drinks receptions in our bar, to group dining for lunch or dinner, and exclusive hire of the whole venue - we've got you covered for all occasions!

Our private dining room has it's own sperate entry with private bar and reception area. Able to seat up to 40 people or 60 standing, it is the perfect space for business meetings, birthdays and more!

Our downstairs event space is the ideal spot for your next event. With it's own sound system, AV equipment, and ability to fit 200 people seated or 300 standing, make it your next party venue.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 550

Dining

Dining

up to 80

Boardroom

Boardroom

up to 20

Cabaret

Cabaret

up to 150

Classroom

Classroom

up to 30

Catering & drinks

Catering arrangements

Catering arrangements

Catering facilities

Catering facilities

Refreshments

Refreshments

Alcohol

Alcohol

Amenities

Cloakroom

Cloakroom

Disabled access

Disabled access

Heating

Heating

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Table / chairs included

Table / chairs included

Premises parking

Premises parking

Natural light

Natural light

Tea

Tea

Audio & visual

Sound system

Sound system

Microphone

Microphone

Projector & screen

Projector & screen

TV screen

TV screen

WiFi

WiFi

Space rules

Allowed events

alcoholLicense

Licensed for alcohol

Cancellation policy

Available upon request - Subject to event details

Location

Reviews

  • Clifford Gibbs

    May 2024

    My wife and I had dinner at Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street at the Place in the City. For starters we had Wagu Meatballs, main course we had Beef Wellington and for dessert we had sticky toffee pudding. All three courses were excellent, we had been looking forward to eating the signature dish Beef Wellington for some time and it did not disappoint and exceeded expectations. The service was also excellent and we were looked after by Gabi who was extremely attentive. Highly recommended

  • Hera Williams

    June 2024

    Really welcoming. Amazing service really friendly and happy to suggest interest in the menu. Flat iron steak and its sauces was delicious. Very light meal, fresh and right temperature. Firat was an amazing host. Thanks for my first experience and see you soon :)

  • John Kahwaty

    April 2024

    I had a really great dinner here. I was disappointed that I went to have the Wellington but it was sold out by 7pm. So if you want that, you may want to get in earlier. The service was good, but a little slow for the American standard. Similar to when we visited Italy, you have to relax a little and slow down. Hard to do! Sticky toffee pudding was awesome. Sirloin was surprisingly good. I don't normally eat the sirloin. Mashed potatoes were creamy and delicious. All in all, a good time. Worth checking out.

  • Gio Lee

    May 2024

    Restaurant with best value for money. The food menu is well contemplated, as it offers something for everybody with different tastes to enjoy. The staffs are super friendly and helpful. The place is clean and well decorated. What can I ask more for a business lunch in the City?

  • Andrew G. T

    July 2024

    Bread Street Kitchen: Modern Comfort with Room for Improvement I recently visited Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen in Moorgate for a lunch without a reservation. Thankfully, the staff were incredibly accommodating and found me and partner a round table, despite not having booked. The restaurant itself boasts a very comfortable, modern decor. Think more sleek lines and pops of colour than traditional fine dining. There's a downstairs toilet for convenience, and a cloakroom is available if you need to ditch your coat. The service throughout my entire visit was excellent. The staff were attentive and friendly, even without a reservation. So kudos to them! Now, onto the food. I started with the new spring/summer crab on toast, which was actually complimentary after I gave some feedback on the dish. It was a nice gesture, but the crab itself could have used a bit more oomph. For my main course, I opted for the Thai red prawn curry. While the presentation was lovely, the curry itself felt very westernized and ended up being a bit average. The good news is, the accompanying crackers were delicious! However, the BSK burger with a fried egg on top left me a bit disappointed. The combination of the egg and the patty resulted in a dish that was a little too greasy overall. Additionally, the burger itself lacked seasoning. Travel Info: Getting to Bread Street Kitchen is a breeze thanks to its central location. Here are some of the public transport links you can use: Underground: Moorgate Station (Northern Line) Buses: 56, 88, 141, 153 all stop nearby In Conclusion: Bread Street Kitchen is a decent option for a power lunch in the city. The service is excellent, and the atmosphere is comfortable and modern. However, the food itself could be a bit more impressive. If you stick to classic dishes, you might have a better experience.