Bread Street Kitchen And Bar Launch Fin-Tastic Specials This National Fish & Chip Week

Renowned for serving British comfort food at its best, Bread Street Kitchen is commemorating the classic British seaside dish this June


For a whole week, from the 4th to 10th June, Dubai’s leading British restaurant, Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, will celebrate the classic British seaside dish for National Fish & Chip Week. In commemoration of the traditional British dish of fried fish in batter, Bread Street Kitchen will be serving five variations starting from AED 95.

Special dishes for the week will include curry batter cod & chips with mushy peas and curry sauce (AED 130) and crumbed scampi & chips with mushy peas and cocktail sauce (AED 130). Diners can also enjoy battered lobster tail with mushy peas and cocktail sauce (AED 130), as well as smoked haddock fish (AED 130) and vegetarian fish & chips with mushy peas (AED 95).

Bread Street Kitchen will also be featuring a range of Fish & Chips specials, as well as scampi and soft-shell crab sliders at the restaurants award-winning Family lunch on Friday 5th June. A signature cocktail, ‘Bee Beer’ (AED 75), will also be on offer, featuring brandy and organic honey, the perfect pairing with a plate of Fish & Chips.

So, what’s with the British obsession with Fish & Chips? Here are 10 facts that we bet you didn’t know about Blighty’s favourite dish:

  1. The dish is a well-established staple of the British diet, once considered so important that Winston Churchill wouldn’t ration the dish during WWII due to fears of triggering widespread discontent.
  2. Fish and chips were first served together as a dish around 1860 – although their origin is contested. In London, the Malin family claims to be first, as do the Lee family in Manchester
  3. Fish and chips were served in newspaper until the 1980s
  4. British consumers eat some 382 million portions of fish and chips every year. That’s six servings for every man, woman and child
  5. Annual spend on fish and chips in the UK is in the region of a staggering £1.2 billion
  6. There are currently approximately 10,500 specialist fish and chip shops in the UK
  7. There is a long tradition of funny chip shop names – our favourites are The Cod’s Scallops and mobile fish and chip shop Star Chip Enterprise
  8. The word batter comes from the French word battre, which means to beat – in reference to whisking the flour and water together
  9. Brits use at least 26 different words for fish and chips
  10. A survey of 1,000 adults shows ‘chip shop chips’ are the nation’s favourite chips, with nearly half of all respondents putting them first.
  • Date: June 4th -10th June 202.
  • Friday Brunch 12:30-4 pm.
  • Saturday 12pm-4pm.
  • Dinner: Saturday to Wednesday 6 pm to 10.30 pm.
  • Thursday and Friday 6 pm to 11 pm.
  • Children of all ages are welcome.

To find out more about Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar or to make a reservations log onto www.atlantis.com/dubai/restaurants/gordon-ramsay-bread-street-kitchen or call + 971 4 426 0800. Alternatively, check us out on social media @breadstreetkitchendubai

About Bread Street Kitchen Dubai

Gordon Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen & Bar champions contemporary British dishes with influences from Europe and beyond. Inspired by the original Bread Street Kitchen in London, the relaxed warehouse setting is a favourite destination for families and friends, featuring outdoor dining, an ice-cream bar, and a lively Friday brunch. Under the guidance of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and helmed by award-winning Chef de Cuisine Cesar Bartolini, the menu consists of a selection of British classics and Gordon signatures, including fish and chips in a craft-beer batter, the legendary beef wellington, and indulgent puddings that will transport you back to your childhood. At the bar, there's a broad range of wines, beers, and cocktails from which to choose, including Bread Street's signature gin and tonics. Almost as popular as the bar is the Bread Street Kitchen Ice Cream Counter, which serves homemade scoops of velvety gelato including the legendary Bread and Butter Pudding softie.

About Atlantis, The Palm, Dubai

Atlantis, The Palm is the first entertainment resort destination in the region and located at the centre of the crescent of The Palm in Dubai. Opened in September 2008, the unique ocean-themed resort features a variety of marine and entertainment attractions, as well as 17 hectares of waterpark amusement at Atlantis Aquaventure, all within a 46-hectare site. It is home to one of the largest open-air marine habitats in the world, with more than 65,000 marine animals in lagoons and displays including The Lost Chambers Aquarium, a maze of underwater corridors and passageways providing a journey through ancient Atlantis. Atlantis Aquaventure waterpark features 18 million litres of fresh water used to power thrilling waterslides, a 2.3-kilometre river ride with tidal waves and pools, water rapids and white-water chargers. Dolphin Bay, the unparalleled dolphin conservation and education habitat, and Sea Lion Point were created to provide guests a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn more about one of nature’s most friendly mammals. The resort boasts an impressive collection of luxury boutiques and shops as well as extensive meeting and convention facilities. Atlantis, The Palm is also known as the culinary destination in the region where guests can take their pick from a collection of 29 world-renowned restaurants including Bread Street Kitchen & Bar, Hakkasan, Nobu, Ronda Locatelli, Seafire Steakhouse & Bar, and award-winning underwater restaurant, Ossiano. The nightlife scene at Atlantis is lively, too, with the fun-filled Wavehouse offering something for everyone, and WHITE Beach & Restaurant the perfect place to unwind with a drink as the sun slips into the Arabian Sea.