The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land.” – G.K. Chesterton

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Revisit: Brunch @ Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, Hong Kong

Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen is one of our favourite brunch eats in town, so much so that we don't even mind climbing up the stairs with the stroller to get to the restaurant. We like the comfortable setting, the great friendly service and the delicious food. The kids were given a small colouring book with crayons, giving the adults a short moment of peace to decide what to order. Kids get to eat free - a three-course meal from the kids menu - for every main dish ordered, which is pretty good value for families.

First course on kids menu was a choice between salad or the soup-of-the-day. The 7-year-old declared he wanted neither, so I chose soup for the 2-year-old. The Carrot Soup was yummy:

There were two or three choices for main course on the kids menu, and of course the boy chose Fish and Chips (which came with crushed peas, but he had none of that). Very good for fish and chips: crunchy batter, fresh fish fillet, crispy chips:

Hubby ordered his usual Full English Breakfast, with scrambled eggs. Choice of tea, coffee or orange juice is included (hubby chose his usual cappuccino), and everything was good as usual:

Traditional shepherd's pie with braised lamb, potato puree, brioche garlic crumbs - hearty, homey and rustic, and a delicious way for a pregnant mother to get haem iron:

Ice Cream was dessert on the kids menu, and the boy chose his two favourite flavours - chocolate and vanilla:

Our visit was just after the new year, so the festive Christmas pudding was on offer on the dessert menu. This was a boozy one with brandy custard, so the kids had none, and the adults enjoyed it all:

Once again, Bread Street Kitchen didn't disappoint, and we will be back again.

Bread Street Kitchen & Bar
Mezzanine Level, LKF Hotel
33 Wyndham Street
Central, Hong Kong
Tel. +852 2230 1800

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