Best Steak Restaurants In London

Our capital is awash with some truly remarkable steakhouses. These venues specialise in the finest cuts of meat, offering meticulously prepared selections to ensure your experience is the best possible. So why not peruse our guide, and who knows? Maybe you'll find the your new favourite. From Shoreditch to Central, check out these recommendations for steak restaurants in London.

Last updated on 18th May 2022




Located in Bloomsbury, Oxford Street, Canary Wharf and Kensington, Scoff & Banter is a charming central London venue for drinking and dining. Stop by for one of their steaks, which comes with vine tomatoes and peppercorn sauce.

Walkers of Whitehall

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Walkers at Whitehall is one of the best steak places in London, perfectly combining amazing food whipped up using the freshest ingredients with a casual, laidback environment. Be sure to try the bavette cut served with chimichurri. 

The clue's in the title with this restaurant, which boasts locations across the capital, including Bloomsbury and Heathrow. Stop by the eclectically decorated spaces of Steak and Lobster London for a slap-up dinner of meat, seafood and fruity cocktails.

Three Cranes

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The first-floor dining room of Three Cranes is elegantly decorated with antique furniture and contemporary art. Specialising in all things grilled, the menu highlights here include the lamb chops served with bone marrow or Roquefort butter, alongside the 8oz onglet steak.

If you're looking for a romantic steak restaurant in London, none compare to Savoy Grill. Offering a carnivore's dream, this gorgeous eatery within the famous hotel serves up all manner of juicy cuts and grill plates. From a shorthorn rib-eye and Hereford sirloin to a decadent chateaubriand to share, it's got some of the finest in the business.

With a BBQ grill in-house, this gorgeous Battersea spot is one of the best burger and steak restaurants in London. It throws out a stunning fillet, which comes served with truffle duxelles for a rustic, but decadent, take on a carnivorous classic, alongside classic juicy beef patties smothered in aioli and slapped between two buns.