Best Places To Get Steak in London
London is awash with some truly remarkable steakhouses. These venues specialise in the finest cuts of meat, offering meticulously prepared and simple charcoal selections to ensure your experience is the finest possible. So why not peruse our selections, and who knows? Maybe you'll find the your new favourite place to grab a juicy steak in London.
Last updated on 11th August 2016
As its name suggests; this renowned restaurant in Angel is a great place to enjoy mouth-watering steaks. An offering from the well-respected Marco Pierre White, guests of the restaurant enjoy classic-cum-modern dishes, a sophisticated interior, and an impressive drinks menu.
With an open kitchen as the focal point of the DSTRKT dining space, you can see their charcoal grill in action where prime cuts of Scottish meats sear on the heat. Choose from rump, rib eye or beef fillet steaks for a tender taste of some of the best steak in London. With an in-house DJ and bar, there's plenty to be getting on with when you go for dinner at DSTRKT.
Get your juicy tender meats at this glitzy 1930's inspired restaurant bar and settle those awkward stomach rumbles. Cooking with only the best USDA prime beef, corn-fed for a sweeter, better taste, this steak is premium quality. Served with a choice of sides and sauces, get your T-bones, sirloins or rib-eyes in stylish surrounds.
Smollensky's is smokin' hot when it comes to its steaks, serving up a "beefiful" banquet from fillet and sirloin to rib-eye and rump, all finished off with field mushroom, grilled tomato and mash, fries or salad. Sink your teeth into these succulent cuts soaked in their eclectic array of seasoning sauces, and why not try the Surf and Turf stonker, which combines the lip-smacking steak slice with a tasty tiger prawn topping.
"Steak?" We hear you ask. Do not fret. London certainly showcases steaks galore, whether you're sniffing out rump and ribeye or fillet and flank. The City's Bottlescrue restaurant bar in St. Paul's is a real urban gem for this mighty meat favourite, and complemented by the bar's elegant atmosphere and exceptional wine-list, you are sure to find a super succulent steak experience.
Head on over to Hackney for a top taste of steak in London as not only do Shane's provide a true taste of New Zealand in their casual restaurant, there's wood pigeon, venison and more for those hardy meat eaters among you.
Based in a former industrial launderette, Wringer & Mangle is a London Fields favourite that offers both an artistic edge and bags of east end charm. Head chef Oisin Coyle creates a well-balanced menu to spoil you for choice, including a 10oz Ribeye steak. Dig in.
Renowned for hosting some of the best mixologists in the capital, Steam and Rye is equally a fantastic restaurant offering some truly remarkable steak options. Focusing on grilled food, they serve a delicious array of USDA grain-fed beef from Greater Omaha, meaning quality is of the highest importance.
using only the freshest ingredients and based on a stone's throw away from the city's vibrant Trafalgar Square, Walkers at Whitehall is a restaurant that perfectly combines amazing food in a casual, laid-back environment. Their team of experienced chefs have tweaked and twisted a number of traditional recipes, wonderfully combining a range of different flavours. Be sure to try the bavette steak served with chimichirra. You are guaranteed to leave with a huge smile etched onto your face.
Plucked straight from the ‘go hard or go home’ school of steak consumption, don’t go into battle with the Beef Malagasy half-heartedly. This 200gr fillet steak comes smothered in gratinated Malagasy butter, sauteed mushrooms and roasted vine tomatoes, and it’s cooked via the Chinese wood-fired ovens for that tropical, smoky finish.
A fine establishment in the heart of London's South Bank, Gillray's Steakhouse and Bar is a quintessentially English drinking and dining experience. Specialising in grilled cuisine, expect some of the best steaks you can find in the area with a commitment to using only the freshest and best sourced produce in the UK.
With a spectacular vantage point overlooking the entire gaming floor, it'd be easy to forget that you can also get your hands on among the best steaks in London at the Hippodrome. Each USDA prime cut is tender and juicy in all the right places, bursting with flavour and aged for a 28-day period. Steaks come in all shapes and sizes, and butters, sauces and sides are available.
Inspired by the dive bars of the Deep South, Blues Kitchen Camden is an authentic American drinking and dining experience. An incredibly unique venue, expect some succulent grilled cuisine accompanied by a fine array of drinks to wash it all down with. Pushing the American diner concept to its limit, it's definitely worth visiting.
Paradise by way of Kensal Rise is a restaurant and bar, that serves up some fine British Cuisine, but none finer in our opinion, than their scrumptiously meaty, Sirloin Steak with Béarnaise sauce, Mushroom & Handcut chips. Wash it down with a cold beer or a glass of red from their extensive wine list and you are on to winner!
An elegant drinking and dining experience in the iconic Strand, Smollensky's is the perfect place for some of the best grills and steaks in London. Chic and modern, it will impress even the most discerning of customers, and popular amongst pre-theatre goers. With an impressive range of drinks as well, you definitely need to check it out.
Bursting full of character, Meat People in Angle is a cosy bar and restaurant, serving only the finest cuts of meat and most flavoursome cocktails. Their talented team of mixologist use an arsenal of spices, fruits and spirits to produce an array of cocktails that tease the taste buds between sips. But the real treat is the food menu. From succulent Filet Steak served with potato, portobello mushrooms and ox cheek gravy to spiced swordfish, you'll definitely find something that tickles your fancy here.
Absolutely worth a visit by its own right, the steak at Beaufort House takes the bar and raises it even further. Their Rib Eye Steak comes in good company - its joined by wild mushrooms, lettuce, fries and a delicious peppercorn sauce – and there is a fantastic spread of cocktails, wines and champagnes to team with your dinner too. A refined restaurant with a home-from-home atmosphere.
Marco Grill's Steak Club does exactly what it says on the tin, showcasing some of London's finest steak cuts from sassy sharing bites that will satisfy the hungry heavy to succulent sirloins, flavoursome flanks and scrumptious ribeyes. Wolf down this wondrous weighty feast sourced from award-winning butcher's Donald Russell.
A modern steakhouse combined with a classy lounge, STK Restaurant and Bar offers a very special drinking and dining experience. Offering some fine steak selections, they also provide a very good drinks selection to accompany your meal, making your experience as enjoyable as possible.
Unlike your usual American-style bistros, this steakhouse in Fulham features a fine flair of elegant 1920s-ness from its opulent Art Deco patterns to its oversized, glittery pillar. Choosing from a momentous steak menu, relish a succulent sirloin or devour delectable sharing cuts with buds all within a sharp ambience reminiscent of the glorious Great Gatsby days.
There's nowhere better to indulge in steak than in a swanky restaurant that oozes classic style with an air of a gentleman's smoking room. Dealing in prime cuts of meat only, Oxbo Bankside is a top restaurant in eat steak in London where you can choose from their Casterbridge Rib Eye, Sirloin of Gloucestershire Beef, Fillet of Scottish Aberdeen Angus Beef or the Bulls Head steak for two.
From the same people who brought you the incredible Hawksmoor chain, comes their latest project Foxlow. Serving British inspired delicacies, the restaurant has been causing quite a stir by experimenting with lesser known cuts of meat like the deckle, the top part of the ribeye whilst still using the best ingredients and meats that are produced ethically and organically.
A fantastic steakhouse and basement bar in the depths of Soho, Flat Iron is the place to be. Offering great quality flat iron cuts of steak upstairs (for only £10 by the way) and an amazing cocktail experience downstairs in the bar, Flat Iron is a truly special Soho venue.
Offering informal British cuisine all throughout the day, the Ten Room at Café Royal reflects the grand and opulent feel of hotel without the pretension. A modern twist on British classics, expect some especially exquisite food and a range of mouth-watering steaks that'll impress any enthusiast.
Eastway Bar's pride and joy is their 'Meats from the Grill' section, a whole host of succulent steaks and grills to choose from, no wonder it's so regularly revered. A fantastic dining experience that would delight all, it comes highly recommended from an array of customers.
Imitating the best New York steakhouses, Goodman Mayfair is a meat lover's paradise. A meat-heavy menu is on offer, with a wide and varied steak selection to choose from the UK and as far as Nebraka, it definitely sounds good on paper. They dry their meat on-site, eventually putting it through a long and careful process to ensure that once it arrives at the diners plate, it is of the highest quality.
The guys behind Green Door Steakhouse definitely know their meat. The restaurant offers some of the most tender and delicious steak in London. Specially choosing the Argentinian Angus, it's shipped directly to the restaurant which demonstrates quite a dedication that's pretty hard to match.
It is no secret that a good steak isn't hard to find in London. With a city bustling with smokehouses, Reform Social & Grill stands out amongst this list. The gentlemen's club inspired restaurant sure knows how to do steak well. The menu ranges from rib eye, to butchers, to short-rib. With enough steak variety to go around, Reform Social & Grill will keep steak lovers coming back for more.