Holder of eight Michelin stars, Gordon Ramsay has opened the 6th London branch of his popular Bread Street Kitchen in the ACME designed 'Pavilion' at 9 Endeavour Square in Stratford.

The Pavilion is a landmark building on the Square at the intersection of the Olympic Park, Stratford and the East Bank - the emerging East London cultural and education district.

The Pavilion is conceived as a folded public space, a ‘vertical piazza’. Stairs, balconies and amphitheatres invite exploration; a place to gather, relax and enjoy views of the East Bank and the Olympic Park from the rooftop. Bread Street Kitchen will take over 10,000 sq ft of the space and span all three levels, including 3,000 sq ft of the rooftop for a bar and al-fresco dining space with views across the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and East Bank Cultural quarter.

Andy Wenlock, chief executive of Gordon Ramsay Restaurants, said: “The bold vision for Stratford Cross is what initially attracted Gordon and I to the destination. Spending time within its energetic, creative neighbourhood and inclusive community, there is no doubt it is an ideal home for us. The jewel in Stratford Cross’ crown is certainly the Pavilion building, creating a striking location for a brand-new flagship Bread Street Kitchen & Bar.”