Ramsay revamps BSK menu
27th February, 2017 by Lucy Jenkins
Gordon Ramsay is back in Hong Kong to launch his new menu at Bread Street Kitchen in Lan Kwai Fong.
The famously fiery chef, Gordon Ramsay is only in town until 1 March for the launch of his new seasonal menu at Bread Street Kitchen in Lan Kwai Fong, along with head chef, Gareth Packham.
The new menu will include Ramsay’s classic British dishes such as steamed steak and onion pudding with shallot sauce, braised shank of lamb with champ mashed potato and gremolata and pan-fried scallops with pickled jacama and ginger dressing.
Desserts will also be Ramsay’s ever-popular Eton mess and sticky toffee pudding.
Bread Street Kitchen opened in 2014 with Ramsay’s second Hong Kong venture London House opening in 2015 in Tsim Sha Tsui. Since then, Ramsay has also opened Bread Street Kitchen in Singapore and Dubai.
In an interview with the SCMP, Ramsay described Hong Kong as becoming “the jewel in the crown” of his restaurant network and said he also hoped to open further restaurants in the city in the next few years.
He also famously took a swipe at fellow Brit chef Jamie Oliver for not turning up to the launch of his Jamie’s Italian restaurant in Hong Kong which also opened in 2014.
“Two British chefs, Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay, rubbing shoulders together in Hong Kong,” he is reported to have said to CNBC.
“At least I’m here, I came to my opening, right? If you’re going to open a restaurant in Hong Kong at least turn up.”