“I tried Gordon Ramsay’s £16.50 fish and chips to see if it was worth the money.”

Journalist Phoebe Barton went into Gordon Ramsay’s new Liverpool restaurant to see if the fish and chips were worth the money or if she would “pay for the name above the door”.

The interior of Bread Street Kitchen & Bar in Liverpool.
The interior of Bread Street Kitchen & Bar in Liverpool.

Gordon Ramsay was repeatedly criticized by customers for the proud prices of his food.

If it’s not his roast that’s being called a “rip-off,” it’s the cost of his steak and fries that offends customers.

When Gordon Ramsay’s new restaurant Bread Street Kitchen & Bar opened, Liverpool echo Journalist Phoebe Barton was dying to put her taste buds — and Gordon — to the test.

The Liverpool restaurant offers a wide variety of starters, mains, desserts and drinks, many of which caught Phoebe’s eye.

Although tempted by steak, beef wellington, spinach and ricotta cannelloni, and the butter chicken curry, she finally settled on fish and chips.

The dish consisted of breaded fish, chunky fries, mushy peas, tartar sauce and Chip Shop curry sauce and cost £16.50 – which Phoebe says is “more expensive” than some of the other restaurants in town.

The Fish and Chips at Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar in Liverpool


Liverpool Echo/Phoebe Barton)

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“It can not be denied Brotstrasse kitchen & bar is a more expensive dining room compared to some other restaurants in town,” she said.

“I sometimes worry that you’re paying for the name above the door and not for the quality of the food, but that wasn’t the case at Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant.”

She continued, “When my fish and chips arrived I was amazed at how delicious the dish looked.

“The fish was a good size and the golden batter looked perfect.

“The three bowls of mushy peas, tartar sauce and curry sauce were a feast for the eyes – I couldn’t wait to dive in.

“My knife broke through the batter, revealing the brilliant white fish, which crumbled into pieces as the knife sliced ​​cleanly through it.”

And it tasted just as good as it looked.

“The taste was divine and the texture super smooth, which underscores how fresh the fish was,” she said.

“The mushy peas were soft but not runny like they can sometimes be and they seemed to have a slight hint of mint, which I thoroughly enjoyed.”

The condiments also got a thumbs up from Phoebe.

“The chip shop curry sauce at Bread Street Kitchen & Bar was absolutely delicious.

“It had a nice kick but wasn’t too spicy, and the sauce had a creamy texture that coated the chips well. I have to say it was the best curry sauce I’ve ever had.

“The tartar sauce was creamy, smooth, full of flavor and paired beautifully with the fish.”

Phoebe’s only criticism of the dish was the color of the fries.

While she admits they were “very tasty,” she said she usually likes chunky chips a little crunchier.

“I wouldn’t normally pay £16.50 for fish and chips but I have to say it was worth every penny. Each component was beautifully prepared and full of flavor.

“Having eaten fish and chips so many times over the years, I rarely feel like I’m eating the dish for the very first time, but this is how I felt when I ate Fish and Chips from Bread Street Kitchen & Bar.”

But the impression didn’t stop there.

Cranachan Monkey Shoulder Cheesecake from Bread Street Kitchen & Bar with raspberry sorbet.


Liverpool Echo/Phoebe Barton)

“Even though I was very full, I couldn’t resist checking out the dessert menu,” she said, and after a lovely waiter guided her through each item, she finally settled on the monkey shoulder cranachan cheesecake with raspberry sorbet (£7) . her recommendation.

Though she admitted she had no idea what to expect from the pudding, “Gordon Ramsay certainly didn’t disappoint.”

“It was super light and fluffy, and the flavor was amazing. The raspberry sorbet was soft and refreshing and paired perfectly with the flavors of the cheesecake. The raspberries were soft and full of flavor, and the crumb and chocolate sauce completed the dish.”

Overall, Phoebe “thoroughly enjoyed” her meal at Liverpool Bread Street Kitchen & Bar Restaurant and unlike many of Gordon’s customers, she agreed his prices were spot on “due to the delicious food, friendly staff and relaxed atmosphere”. were.

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