At Bread Street Brasserie we seek to tell our story through the food we serve.
We choose to work with the best in the industry and want to share our love for good food with you by creating a tantalising experience that you won’t forget. We select fresh seasonal produce and pair it with wine and ales sourced locally.
Our mission is to deliver great food made with the finest ingredients, served by a team that takes pride in and love what they do, creating an unforgettable experience for every guest.
A culinary experience of the highest quality
Serving seasonal fresh food
Artistic menus, imaginatively presented
Ensuring our team is knowledgeable and able to share this knowledge with you
RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN
We source all our steaks and meats from the Buffalo Farm in Kirkcaldy, Scotland's largest Buffalo Farm and Butchery. The team there are passionate about their animals and the way they are treated and fed. With traditional farming methods and as little intervention as is best for the animals, Buffalo Farm follows many organic farming principles. All of their Water Buffalo, Aberdeen Angus and lamb are fed a grass based diet with only a minimal amount of natural cereals in the winter months. To find out more, have a look at Buffalo Farm's website.
A LITTLE HISTORY
With a modern take on fabrics, fixtures and fittings, relating to our past as St. Cuthbert’s Co-operative, there is a real sense of romantic homage. Our open plan floor, transparent entrance and large windows mirror the honest and approachable accessibility of genuine service.
We reopened in March 2014 after a refurbishment during which we aimed to honour and enhance the original features of our A listed building which is locally known as ‘The Point’ and often compared to the Flat Iron building in New York with the green dome and golden statue on the top.
The chandeliers in the restaurant are the original light fittings designed by the building’s architect Andrew Doolan back in 1996. Throughout Bread Street Brasserie and the hotel, you will find a diamond shape theme which was inspired by the original tiles that were present when the building functioned as St. Cuthbert’s Co-operative from 1892 until the early ‘90s.