Bread Street Kitchen Comes to Singapore

  • Tufted banquettes, industrial-chic chandeliers, and a predominately black color palette are themes throughout.

    Tufted banquettes, industrial-chic chandeliers, and a predominately black color palette are themes throughout.

  • Wilson Associates’ Blueplate Studios designed the two-story restaurant to reflect that of the East London flagship.

    Wilson Associates’ Blueplate Studios designed the two-story restaurant to reflect that of the East London flagship.

  • Pistachio-crusted cannoli comes with dark chocolate morello cherries.

    Pistachio-crusted cannoli comes with dark chocolate morello cherries.

  • Bread Street's signature potted salt beef brisket is served with grain mustard, piccalilli, and caraway crackers.

    Bread Street's signature potted salt beef brisket is served with grain mustard, piccalilli, and caraway crackers.

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In the culinary Hollwood that is Marina Bay Sands, an outpost of Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen has opened as the complex’s ninth celebrity-chef restaurant and fourth location of the famed London brasserie. It’s styled with the same well-mannered informality as the original Bread Street—black-and-white tiled floors, staff in gingham button-downs, a glossy black bar, a small wine cellar—and from 11 a.m. onward, a smart crowd pours in for meals little changed from those served in London’s Bread Street, with signatures such as potted salt-beef brisket (pictured above) and crisp-skinned pork belly with apple chutney. The view, however, is distinctly Singaporean, with the restaurant’s all-glass facade staring straight out over Marina Bay (65/6688-5665; Bread Street Kitchen). —Gabrielle Lipton

This article originally appeared in the August/September print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Singapore’s British Invasion”)

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