Gillray's Steakhouse and Bar brings a quintessentially English drinking experience to London's South Bank. Perched right in the shadow of Big Ben and the London Eye, the elegant restaurant is decked out with English Oak table tops, nine-metre Chesterfield sofas and stylish crystal chandeliers to create an all round sophisticated Thames-side ambience. Guests are spoiled for choice when it comes to selecting their tipple, as a drinks card featuring English beers, over 100 English gins, wines and spirits line up next to an impressive collection of cocktails listed in this beautiful bar.
Named after the satirical 18th Century caricaturist James Gillray, this stylish eatery also produces its own unique and inspired gin and Sloe Gin combinations, concocted in-house by the expert bar team. Gillray's diverse drinks list is partnered by an equally exquisite choice of food, with dishes prepared using high quality ingredients sourced from English farms. Specialising in steak, they offer a great range of Aberdeen Angus selections, all sourced from the UK and aged for 35 days.
The venue's stylish surroundings - both inside and out - reflect the quality of food and drink on the menu to create an all-round restaurant ideal for all manner of events no matter how large or small.
Access via the main front entrance on Westminster Bridge Road or the Southbank entrance located close to the London Eye on the Queen's Walk with the stairs just above Shrek.
|Pint of Lager||£6.50|
|Pint of Real Ale||£6.50|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£6.50|
|Bottle of Cider (568ml)||£7.50|
|Bottle of House Wine||£32.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£72.00|
A word from the chef:
“We are passionate about our locally sourced ingredients from Billingsgate Fish to 35 Day Dry aged Beef from O'Sheas on Maltby Street. Enjoy our Gillray's specialities to include Devonshire Crab Cakes, Grilled Prawns, 9 different cuts of Steak Bone in or Out and the Sherry Trifle is to die for. Eat all at your peril!
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