Steak and Ale in Manchester
There's nothing quite as luscious and satisfying as a big, fat, juicy steak. We've scoured the city for speciality steak houses and restaurants to bring you the scrummiest and most mouth wateringly good meat feasts. If that wasn't enough to entice you, we've teamed them up with fabulous beers and ales to wet your whistle.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
With steaks starting at a whopping £30, you know you're getting the best quality cuts and expert cooking skills. Choose from ribeye, sirloin or fillet steak and tuck in to a sumptuous side of buttered mash, or go for a hearty jacket potato or chips. Simple and understated, the emphasis here is purely on quality. The ales are selected for being the Best of British pickings; Camden Town Gentleman's Wit started off as an experimental ale but was so popular it became a fabulous brand!
Beef and Pudding is a brand new venture that celebrates all things meaty and British. Their flattened rump steak comes with a choice of dry rub to really make your mouth water. Brave steak lovers will opt for the Manchester Meet: with a minimum weight of half a stone, this epic meal requires two hours notice prior to cooking and easily feeds four people. The drinks menu is mainly wine and cocktail orientated, but waltz over to the bar to see their fab collection of delicious and local beers and ales on tap.
Black Angus New York strip steaks are the cut of choice at this plush venue. Classic rump steak frites will set you back £20, with sauces and butters costing an additional £1.50. As part of the Malmaison hotel group, quality and great service are at the forefront of dining in this restaurant. The focus at the bar is predominantly wine and champagne orientated, but give the guys a little nudge and they'll break out all their knowledge of the beers and ales they have in stock.
Let there be meat! That's what the Good Book says according to these crazy carnivores. Burgers, barbeque plates and ribs fill this menu to the brim with juicy meat, but what we're most enamored with is their 12oz ribeye steak. Served with two regular or one Divine Side (we'd go for the sweet potato fries), this giant feast will set you back £22.95. Beers and lagers are available bottled or on tap, with the strongest being the 7.1% IPA Snake Dog.