Studio Frantzén is the rooftop hotspot from a Swedish Michelin-starred chef that's rustling up some seriously succulent steaks. While you admire the city's beautiful skyline from above, get stuck into bites like bone-in ribeye with smoked bone marrow.
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 25th August 2023
Offering a delicious selection of juicy steaks, this unique King's Cross venue can sort you for everything from a simple sirloin to a mammoth sharing platter of delicious meats. And if you head down at lunchtime, you can sample their rare beef sandwich with caramelised onions, mustard, aioli and gravy bread.
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.
Ravenous for a ribeye? Boulevard Brasserie has exactly what you need. Whether you're craving a 16oz bone-in prime cut or succulent fillet, this venue has it all. As for the sides, get stuck into steamed broccoli, sauteed new potatoes and balsamic-glazed wild mushrooms.
Serving Argentinian steak from a riverside perch in Richmond is Gaucho. Head on over to settle down in their classic monochrome interiors, topped off with iconic cow print and leather detailing, to tuck into prime cuts. Not in the area? Check out the Covent Garden location.
If you're looking for a snazzy restaurant with an impressive menu to boot, you'll want to give Steak and Company Gloucester Road and Piccadilly Circus a visit. The Kensington spot is renowned for its premium cuts of beef, although it also whips up lip-smacking burgers, schnitzels and more.
Offering a quintessentially English experience as a contender for the best steakhouse in London, this gorgeous grill spot at The Rubens boasts plush, decadent interiors. The swish space thoroughly befits its menu of beautiful beef cuts and traditional British dishes.
When it comes to steak restaurants in Stratford and Covent Garden, you can't go wrong with a visit to STK. From succulent Wagyu beef sirloin to classic cuts, all perfectly cooked and paired with parmesan chips and truffle mac 'n' cheese, this restaurant won't let you leave hungry.
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.
A contemporary chophouse slap bang in the centre of the West End, Block Soho is an ideal spot for a dinner out. While there's also seafood up for grabs, the steaks are not to be missed - find a range of different cuts, roasted on coals and sprinkled in Himalayan salt.
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.
JW Steakhouse in London is a great spot if you're looking for a delicious dinner. The restaurant features only the tenderest hand-cut selections of dry-aged prime beef. Stick around for a few drinks at their bourbon bar afterwards too.
The Lampery in the City of London are ticking all sorts of boxes with gorgeous interiors, a hearty British menu and fruity cocktails. The sleek spot is open all-day, kicking things off with big breakfasts and ending your night with one of their excellent steaks.
Looking for Wagyu steak in London? M Restaurant on Threadneedle and Victoria Street are equally as luxurious as they are big. Boasting a variety of favourites from six different countries, ranging from South African biltong to everyone's favourite Japanese cattle, there's a little something for everyone.
28 Well Hung is the restaurant on Old Street that's boasting a killer menu of eats, with a whole section devoted to steaks. Think bavette, onglet, tri-tip, top blade and ribeye, all with tasty toppings and sides, with the option to add organic chips.
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.
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 a choice of hearty sides. Sink your teeth into these succulent cuts soaked in their eclectic array of seasoning sauces.