When it comes to top-notch steak in London, you can't go wrong with a visit to STK. From succulent wagyu beer sirloin to classic cuts all perfectly cooked and paired with parmesan chips and truffle mac and cheese, you won't leave hungry.
Best Steak Restaurants 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. From Shoreditch to Central London, check out recommendations for London's best steak restaurants below.
Using premium Ashdale steak, Kitty Hawk's is an award-winning restaurant that is serious about there meaty offerings. Located near Liverpool Street, the restaurant has a an intimate and stylish eating area, while upstairs the bar serves fancy cocktails.
The Lampery in the City of London are ticking all sorts of boxes with a sumptuous interiors scheme, hearty British menu and fruity cocktails. The spot is open all-day, kicking things off with big breakfasts and ending your night with one of their excellent steaks.
Offering a delicious selection of juicy steaks, this unique King's Cross restaurant 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.
M Restaurant offers only the finest cuts of prime steak to their guests. Hailing from six different countries, their cuts gain the unique flavours of South Africa, USA, Italy, France, Australia and Argentina, with exotic cuts from biltong to Blackmore Wagyu steak. And you can eat all this in a lavish yet contemporary restaurant setting.
M Restaurant is equally as luxurious as it is big, and they just happen to have everyone's favourite dish as their signature: steak. The have a variety of cuts from six different countries, ranging from South African Rib Eye to Grade 10+/A5 Japanese pure kobe fillet steak.
The first-floor dining room of Three Cranes is elegantly decorated with antique furniture and contemporary art. Specialising in all things grilled, menu highlights here include the lamb chops served with bone marrow or Roquefort butter or the 8oz Onglet steak.
Located in Bloomsbury, Oxford Street, Canary Wharf and Kensington, Scoff & Banter is a charming central London spot for drinking and dining. Stop by for one of their steaks, which comes with vine tomatoes and peppercorn sauce.
Like your steak to be flame grilled? It doesn't get as good as this. Head to temper (a notorious Soho steak restaurant) for juicy meats cooked over a fire pit and served in a unique, intimate setting that's perfectly tucked away from one of the city's busiest spots.
Moments from Leadenhall Market, The Factory House is a swish wine bar and steak restaurant in the city of London. Located in a transformed basement, the venue has a choice of delicious steaks, all cooked on a josper grill.
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 in London 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.
The clue's in the title with this restaurant, that boasts locations across the capital, from Bloomsbury to Heathrow. Stop by the eclectically decorated spaces for a slap-up dinner of steak, lobster and fruity cocktails.
An independent steakhouse in the heart of Holborn, The Bountiful Cow is a must-visit for any hungry carnivore. Spend an evening chowing down on premium cuts, fresh from the grill or head here on the weekend for a boozy brunch complete with bottomless fizz.
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.
Offering a quintessentially English steak-eating experience, this gorgeous grill restaurant at The Rubens boasts plush, decadent interiors that thoroughly befits its menu of beautiful beef cuts and traditional British dishes.
Get your steak fix with porterhouse cuts, delicious fillets and premium wagyu as Mercer Roof Terrace brings you a dreamy spread of classic dishes in the heart of the City. Matched with stunning views, this is one for your next dinner date.
With a BBQ grill in-house this gorgeous Battersea restaurant (from the owners of The Shed in Notting Hill and Rabbit in Chelsea) throws out a stunning fillet steak that comes served with truffle duxelles for a rustic but decadent take on a carnivorous classic.
Slick Shoreditch spot Sagardi is whipping up some of the best steaks in London. The Curtain Road restaurant specialises in Basque cuisine and can sort hungry carnivores out with a range of charcoal-grilled delights and signature side plates.
Head down the Old Brompton Road towards Earl's Court and you'll find this fun family-run eatery serving up some of the finest plates in the area. From juicy steaks and sumptuous starters, to a delicous dessert selection, it's a must-visit if you're looking for somewhere with real character.
Offering a carnivore's dream, this gorgeous restaurant within the Savoy Hotel serves up all manner of juicy steaks and grill plates. From a shorthorn rib-eye and Hereford sirloin to a decadent Chateaubriand to share and a marinated spatchcock chicken from the charcoal oven, it's got some of the finest cuts in the business.
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.
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.
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.