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Heddon Street Kitchen By Gordon Ramsay, Hidden Heddon

Location pin

3-9, Heddon Street, London, W1B 4BE - 

  • Credit card

    From
    £2000 min spend

  • Users

    Up to
    60 guests

Gordon Ramsay's Heddon Street Kitchen is located just off Regent Street, in the heart of the West End. Heddon Street Kitchen is a stylish space set over three floors, open all day for brisk brunches and post-shopping pit stops through to lunch, dinners and after work cocktails. Enjoy al fresco dining on the heated terrace and people-watching with a cocktail in the lounge bar as you absorb the theatre of the open-kitchen. For private parties look no further than Hidden Heddon, our underground bar which is perfect for private hire.

Featuring contemporary art on the walls, this underground bar is ideal for private dining and standing events for up to 60 guests.

Capacity & layout

Standing

Standing

up to 60

Dining

Dining

up to 60

Amenities

Cloakroom

Cloakroom

Air conditioning

Air conditioning

Public transport

Public transport

Space rules

Cancellation policy

Available upon request - Subject to event details

Location

Reviews

  • Andrew Axe

    May 2024

    Such a great time at Heddon Street Kitchen. Had the Porterhouse steak, creamy mash potato, honey roasted carrots, asparagus and panna cotta. The team were superb so friendly and chilled and totally hit the nail on the head, Andres especially is such a credit to this team, had the pleasure of having him as my waiter a couple of times now and can not wait to see him again. Eduardo as well was lovely as always and so kind, another absolute credit to the team and can not wait to come back.

  • Christine Lewandowski

    May 2024

    We really didn’t know if Gordon Ramsey’s food would live up to all the hype. We were so pleasantly surprised. Beyond our expectations. For someone who has so many restaurants and have such good quality is amazing.

  • Richard Huang

    April 2024

    We went to Savoy last year and was hugely disappointed with their Wellington (though everything else was good), we hesitated and finally decided to try it again in a different place. we are so glad we did—the beef Wellington is great here, as was all other dishes our great staff Ionut recommended. Ionut was professional and recommended/served, we had a blast. This is hands down our best meal in our 5-day London visit.

  • S Maby

    May 2024

    Went to Heddon Street as it kept coming up in lists as a good place to take children. We booked for 6pm. We were welcomed warmly by the team and shown to our table which was inside but against the opened doors (lovely in a spring evening but when the wind changes you can smell the drains of London - I understand this is not the restaurants fault). Bread and starters were good but we were disappointed with the quality of the main course. The kids meals were ok, fine for young children. We had the burger and the ‘idiot sandwich’. Burger was overcooked and chips had very little flavour. Sandwich was really greasy and burnt in places. We ordered Mac & cheese on the side which was good. Dessert was better, kids enjoyed the ice cream bar (although they were out of some options). We had the sundae and the cherry cheesecake rescued the meal or I would have given it two stars. Staff were friendly but service was slow and it took ages to clear our table. Perhaps they were short staffed. At £230 for 4 of us (1 glass of alcohol) it wasn’t great quality, perhaps my expectations were too high. I would have enjoyed a Five Guys burger & chips more.