13/8/18 - updated with the opening date
What: Flat Iron
In a nutshell: Great value steak in King's Cross
Summing it all up: Flat Iron have an avid following around town, with their signature flat iron steaks being one of the best deals in town. This sees them opening in King's Cross.
East London has a hot new steakhouse where the steaks don't cost a fortune and the beer is on point - we check out the new Beef & Brew in De Beauvoir.
Popular neighbourhood steakhouse Beef & Brew are on the move - taking their well-priced steaks and wide range of beers to Haggerston.
Belgravia gets a cracking new neighbourhood restaurant with a lovely terrace to boot
If you enjoy an interactive dining experience this new steak and sushi spot delivers main courses to you ready to cook over a hot stone.
If you live, work or are just generally passing through Soho, take note that the new Sophie's on Great Windmill Street will be opening a kiosk next to their restaurant which will be serving up steak sarnies every lunchtime.
The Pit Roast Steak Sandwiches cost £8 and will feature five hour pit roasted prime rib of beef from Philip Warren butchers served with fresh garden leaves and Sophie’s signature horseradish and charcoal crème on Arapina sourdough
Popular steak chain Flat Iron are opening their sixth steakhouse. The Tooley Street restaurant will have a indoor garden theme.
The original Hawksmoor has been around for over a decade, so it was time for a revamp. We head down to see what's changed and what's new on the menu.
The former head chef of Brindisa and the founder of Portena in Borough Market have joined forces to open an Argentinean parilla restaurant with all manner of grilled meat on the menu.
The steak emporium's Knightsbridge home
From next weekend, Lutyens Grill at The Ned will be throwing open its doors to the public. For the past year, this old-school steak restaurant has been the only spot on The Ned's ground floor which was open just to club members and hotel guests. But no more.
The space itself was the Bank Manager's office back when The Ned was the Midland Bank headquarters. As you might expect it's all gorgeous wood panelling with a lovely parquet floor and the lighting was
They've already had big success in Soho with another offshoot in Harvey Nichols. Now the next main Zelman Meats is coming to the City - expect lots of cuts of meats and some rotisserie chicken too.
It’s been 15 years since Sophie Bathgate and Rupert Power set up their Chelsea steakhouse inspired by the steakhouses of New York. Now they’ve moved to Soho’s iconic Moulin Cinema for a huge new project.
Brighton's The Coal Shed makes the trip up to London. We take a look to see how it survived the trip.
Fans of Macellaio RC’s other branches can now head to their new Battersea base, where beef will be butchered and dry-aged aged on site. The new branch will be of particular interest to wine fans too, given the impressive collection of unique bottles of regional Italian vino on offer.
Page 3 of 5