Gordon Ramsay has confirmed that Bread Street Kitchen, his new restaurant and bar in the One New Change development in London, will open this September, despite rumours circulating that the chef was struggling to raise funding for the venture. The chef’s company said that the site will offer “an informal approach to dining”, with unique features including a raw bar, a wood-burning oven and dishes served up from the open kitchen. The unit will also include reclaimed furniture, vintage armchairs and leather banquettes alongside “striking” lighting displays, an exposed lift shaft and viewing platforms through the centre of the restaurant. A wine balcony will stretch along the wall above the kitchen holding close to 2,000 bottles of wine. A spokesperson for Gordon Ramsay Holdings said: "Bread Street Kitchen will be home to a relaxed dining experience set in a large warehouse-style room, which draws inspiration from the East London aesthetic that surrounds it." The restaurant will join Jamie Oliver's BBQ concept Barbecoa at the development.