Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen Dubai debut

Celebrity chef to bring popular Bread Street Kitchen restaurant to Atlantis, The Palm

Gordon Ramsay.
Gordon Ramsay.

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay will be bringing his popular Bread Street Kitchen restaurant to Atlantis, The Palm Dubai.

Set to open later this year, the restaurant will mark Ramsay’s return to the city, after he ended his partnership at Verre at Hilton Dubai Creek in 2011.

The Atlantis outlet for Bread Street Kitchen will be the brand’s fourth outpost, following locations in London, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

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The restaurant will service modern European food along with a bar area and menu.

Gordon Ramsay commented: “I am incredibly excited to open Bread Street Kitchen in Atlantis, The Palm. The expertise of the team at Atlantis make them ideal partners and I’ll be working closely with them to deliver a dining experience of the highest standards and one that reflects the ethos of its sister restaurant in St Paul’s London.”

Atlantis, The Palm president and managing director Serge Zaalof added: “We couldn’t be happier to be partnering with Gordon Ramsay on our latest offering. Bread Street Kitchen will be a fantastic new addition, offering a casual, European dining experience to complement our roster of existing outlets. Working with the Gordon Ramsay Group to bring his restaurant to Dubai is only the beginning of an incredible partnership.”

Atlantis, The Palm currently houses 23 restaurants and bars, including celebrity chef concepts from Nobu Matsuhisa and Giogio Locatelli.

 

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