Sunday: 10:00 - 00:00Monday: 07:30 - 00:00Tuesday: 07:30 - 00:00Wednesday: 07:30 - 00:00Thursday: 07:30 - 00:00Friday: 07:30 - 01:00Saturday: 10:00 - 01:00
Nearest StationPiccadilly Circus
0207 592 1212
Gordon Ramsay's Heddon Street Kitchen is located just off Regent's Street, in the heart of the West End. Heddon Street Kitchen is a stylish space set over two 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.
Full disclosure: I'm a Gordon Ramsay fan. When my wife and I planned to stop in London as part of our honeymoon, I knew that we would have to eat at one of his restaurants. We booked the reservation seamlessly on the train from Paris. Everything about the experience was perfect. We were treated exceptionally by the Restaurant Manager, Claudio. His wine suggestions were spot on. Since we were there on a Sunday, we each ordered the Sunday Roast. My wife had the beef option and I had pork. Both meals were cooked beautifully. Definitely one of the best meals of our lives. Finally, the staff surprised us with a nice message and dessert in celebration of our honeymoon. Thank you Claudio and the team at Heddon Street Kitchen for helping to create great memories on our honeymoon.
There's alfresco dining and a nice space inside. It's in the lovely Heddon St mews and service is excellent. The food is pretty standard pub food, and perfectly fine, but it's overpriced. I can't help but feel I'm lining Gordon Ramsays pockets. £22+service for a bacon burger and I should get it cooked the way I like, not be told how I will have it. The mackerel starter was £9+service for two tiny slices and garnish, the salt and pepper squid is decent. Weirdly, pints are actually 3/4 pints yet cost significantly more than a normal London pint and small glasses of cheaper wine come in at over £8+service, which is expensive. In summary, overpaying for standard food and drinks isn't a great feeling, so I won't be heading back. One could do worse and tourists may find it's a decent space to check out this nice hidden street, but foodies, locals and well researched tourists can and will do better elsewhere in the Soho surrounds.
Celebrated my husband's birthday here. The food and customer service were amazing. Would highly recommend the lamb dish! So tender and tasty.
The 3 course promotion includes a beer, but when we asked the hostess(who welcomes you when you enter) if also the much more expensive beef Wellington includes a beer we felt like she judged us as cheep and started to explain in high voice so everyone could hear that it costs 40 pounds, each! Which she obviously assumed was too much for us. When we still ordered the Wellington she had to inform us again that she will charge us our beers. Anyhow, the beef Wellington was good but did not meet our high expectations, not as smooth as we thought. The waitress we had was nice though. Food/drinks get a 4, service 1, overall a 2.
My family and I had an amazing evevening at Heddon Street Kitchen. The staff where so friendly and couldn't do enough for us. The food itself was outstanding and we all loved it. We will definitely be back. Thank you so much for making a memorable family evening .