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Gordon Ramsay Group to open Bread Street Kitchen in Dubai

08 June 2015 by
Gordon Ramsay Group to open Bread Street Kitchen in Dubai

Gordon Ramsay Group is to take Bread Street Kitchen to Dubai this autumn in a partnership with Atlantis, the Palm.

It will be the fourth location for the concept, which serves a casual European menu, following openings in London, Hong Kong and Singapore.

Atlantis, the Palm opened in 2008 and is billed as one of Dubai's top culinary destinations. Its 23 restaurants include Nobu Dubai and Giorgio Locatelli's Ronda Locatelli as well as underwater-themed restaurant Ossiano, winner of Time Out Dubai's Best Seafood Restaurant for three consecutive years.

Serge Zaalof, president and managing director at Atlantis, the Palm, hinted that there could be more deals with Ramsay: "Working with Gordon Ramsay to bring this restaurant to Dubai is only the beginning of our partnership," he said.

In a statement, Ramsay said: "The expertise of the team at Atlantis make them ideal partners and I'll be working closely with them to deliver a first-class dining experience that reflects the ethos of the original Bread Street Kitchen in London."


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