24 October 2016

Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen - Atlantis Palm Dubai ❤

Hello my lovelies!
Hope you are all keeping well? As most of you will know, I recently went on holiday to Dubai and whilst I was out there I went on a few blogging adventures! I was lucky enough to be invited to review Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen restaurant in the Atlantis Palm, which celebrated its first birthday last week. I was honestly, so thrilled to be able to review such a beautiful restaurant at my favourite hotel in the world, so I hope you enjoy this review and I would love to hear from you in the comments section below.
Bread Street Kitchen is a lively warehouse style restaurant owned by world-renowned chef Gordon Ramsay. Located in both London and Atlantis Palm Dubai Bread Street Kitchen boasts a delicious European menu and classic drinks list with a twist, making bread street kitchen a super trendy hideout. On arrival Daniel and myself were greeted and taken straight to our table, where we were introduced to our friendly host Tian. Obviously most important things first, we took a look at the cocktail menu, which Tian explained in great detail.
To start I went for the King Crab & Apple Cocktail with pink peppercorn, which was beautifully refreshing, tasty and the perfect way to start off what would be a truly delicious dinner. Daniel is super fussy, so he patiently waited for his main as I enjoyed my King Crab Cocktail. Right before I even got on my flight to Dubai, I knew that I wanted to try the famous Beef Wellington; anyone who knows me will know that I am a huge meat eater, especially when it comes to beef. The Beef Wellington arrived looking utterly delicious and was accompanied with truffle mash, spiced carrots, pickled walnut and marrow bone sauce. The Beef Wellington itself was cooked to absolute perfection and required no kind of force to cut through it. The taste of the whole meal was rich and flavoursome and really reminded me of hearty British dining. Daniel opted for steak and chips, as I mentioned earlier he is a total fusspot. However, he was extremely impressed with his meal and especially loved the triple cooked chips, which again were cooked to perfection. Whilst we were devouring our main meals, of course we had to keep the cocktails flowing. It was thirsty work eating so much delicious food. Firstly, we opted for Gordon ramsay’s signature G&T cocktail, which was divine. It literally was the best gin cocktail I have ever tried! We finished up with Love Potion no9 and Grey Goose Le Fizz, which both went down very well. 
To finish off, I opted for the Rose & Raspberry Eton Mess whilst Daniel went for Baked Alaska, which is new to the menu! My Eton Mess was really lovely and full of flavor. It was a great way to end a truly delicious meal. Daniel also really enjoyed his baked Alaska and it was interesting to learn that the meringue stops the ice cream from melting when it’s being baked! Cool fact.

Overall, both myself and Daniel had a great foodie experience at Bread Street Kitchen and the service was also fantastic, especially from Tian and the restaurant manager (who’s name I sadly didn’t manage to get) - We are looking to book back up to visit the Atlantis Palm for the third time and if we do, then Bread Street Kitchen will be on the cards. 

I hope you enjoyed this review lovelies and I would love to hear from you in the comments section below. PS Sorry for the lighting! it was VERY Yellow =]

Lots of Love 

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