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.
Just next to picadilly you will find a place that serves good food for the value and a good selection of wine and cocktails with outside eating in a relaxed environment.
Belonging to Gordon Ramsay's we had a couple of starters to share, after we had the famous beef Wellington (I can say was better than the last one I had at Savoy Grill). We finish with desserts and we were ready to go to sleep since we were so stuffed. Staff very attentive, definitely will comeback.
Being big fans of Chef Ramsay, I brought my girlfriend here for her birthday dinner. The drinks were good, the calamari delicious, and then there was the beef Wellington. I wouldn't even know where to begin describing it. It's one of the priciest items on the menu, but it was well worth it and mouth-watering. The meat was of amazing quality, and one could tell it was made perfectly by the texture and flavor of the meat, which was tender and practically melted when taking a bite. The portions were generous (at least for the items we ordered) and it was a great experience. The waiters we friendly and attentive, though I'm afraid perhaps a little out of sync, as we were asked if we needed anything by three different waiters in a span of very few minutes. Overall I'd recommend it to anyone, but be aware of the prices: quality is not cheap.
Very disappointed. Portions were tiny so in terms of value for money, not great but was all cooked well and tasted good. The entrance was confusing, which we also witnessed occur to about 15 different parties so not a one off. Staff welcoming and waitress was very nice.
My main issue with the whole experience was the pressure sell on alcohol. We’d ordered our drinks and food and then a lady who wasn’t our waitress waltzed over to us and questions if we’re having a good time, which we replied happily saying we were. She then decided to sarcastically say we can’t be, hinting at the fact that only half of us were drinking alcohol which really got under my skin. What if it was against my religion or if I was recovering alcoholic? And when only one person said they wanted a cocktail she gazed at us and said ‘oh that’s how it’s going to be then’.
I know you like to make money on the booze as that’s where your profit margins are their best and bonuses blah blah, just don’t ridicule or patronise people that don’t like alcohol or don’t fancy drinking it.
Tucked away neatly in London, Heddon Street Kitchen was an awesome experience! Didn’t have reservations but got seated right away on a somewhat busy Tuesday night. Service was brilliant, offered her best opinions of the menu and didn’t disappoint! Drinks were delicious and the choice of wines were fantastic. Food came out in a timely fashion and very appealing and nonetheless, utterly delicious! Gordon Ramsey must be so proud of his staff because the place was just incredible in every aspect! Whenever I’m back in London, I’ll make sure to stop by again!
Excellent food and service. With the 2 or 3 course menu which includes a beer or glass of wine, exceptional value for the high level of food. Will surely visit again.