It's what they're calling "extreme aged beef". M Restaurants are challenging just how long you really should age beef for by putting 175-day aged USDA Prime Rib Eye on the menu. And they say that the effect of this long-term aging is that "the resulting flavour is unique - punchy, beefy and almost cheesy in taste."
So if you fancy some of that cheesy beef, it's on the menu from September at £17.50 for 100g (with a
We're big fans of Zelman meats, so it's very good news indeed that this week sees a second Zelman opening. This time, they've gone west, setting up shop on the Fifth Floor of Harvey Nichols (taking over the spot where Polpo used to be). It's billed as a residency, so we're not sure how long they'll be there, but you now have Zelman Meats AND Burger & Lobster next door to each other (they're both from the same
After bringing a BBQ supper club to a garden in Clapham, pop-up champion Jimmy Garcia is staying in the area, but heading back to his usual haunt, The Lodge, to create a surf and turf feasting menu. And feast really is the operative word - think five sumptuous courses, sand bucket cocktails, 10-pint beer
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Since originally popping up as a Shoreditch residency, Flat Iron have gone on to become very big indeed. Best known for their affordable steaks, they've been a big hit all over town. And now they're about to return to Shoreditch, but
For one month only, Soho steakhouse Mash is putting on a wagyu tasting plate allowing diners to try three different Wagyu meats – Kobe XO, Wagyu XO and Australian AACo Wagyu – for £80.
TasteWagyu starts Sunday 5 June 2016 and is available Sun - Thursday until 5 July 2016. It'll be served at lunch and dinner and you have to say you're looking to try it when booking.
Mashis at 77
24/5/16 - updated as the menu is now in all Hawksmoor restaurants.
Blimey - has it really been 10 years since Hawksmoor launched? Since then, they've undoubtedly become one of the biggest names in London restaurants (and beyond). And with a launch in
This historical hostelry is a must for anyone who likes their steak
We take a trip to Boyd's Grill and Wine Bar to see what's changed at this very British restaurant just off Trafalgar Square.
As anyone who likes a good steak dinner in London will know, such tastes can run to rather pricey meals. So it'll be interesting to see what Cafe Rouge's 32oz 35-day dry aged Charolais Cote Du Boeuf 'Bull's Head' sharing steak is going to be like, particularly if your usual budget doesn't stretch to Hawksmoor or Goodman.
The meat in question is British-bred Charolais pure breed steak. For £45 you'll get this, Parisian style frites, buttery spinach and a choice
Updated 18/7/18 with the new location
We're getting quite used to American steakhouses making their way to the UK but we've always known that we've had a very select few London places which are as good, and even better, than their American cousins. And now the tables are turning as the people who changed the London steak scene, Hawksmoor, are heading for the
Another street vendor is heading inside for December as STAKEhaus lands a month long residency at The Duke's Head. Best known for their steak and chips, they're taking the opportunity to add a festive flavour to their menu, including:
Updated 26/11/15 with soft launch details
We've been big fans of Flat Iron since its early days as a pop-up so news that they're expanding to a massive new Covent Garden restaurant before the end of the year fills us with good cheer.
The new restaurant on Henrietta Street is going to have room for 180 diners - three times as many as their other places on Beak St and Denmark St. And, as they have so much space to play with, they've got some new features
If a normal sized steak just isn't doing it for you - behold the Tomahawk special that's just gone on the menu at the new Meat and Shake in Ealing. It's part of their a new smokehouse menu and is 1700 grams of on-the-bone beef served with fries and sauce. The price of such meaty nirvana? £55 and you have to pre-order it 48 hours before.
4 other places to order a Tomahawk in London
From bread and wine to beef and beef - Kentish Town has a new restaurant on the way. Beef & Brew is taking over the former Pane Vino site on Kentish Town Road. And while its focus will be beef, this isn't a high end steakhouse, think more Flat Iron with an emphasis on cheaper cuts such as rump, onglet and the good old flat iron.
Head Chef and co-owner Jessica Simmons comes here via two of Angela Hartnett's restaurants - Murano and the Whitechapel Gallery
As expected, the people behind Hawksmoor launched Foxlow - and as before they're avoiding central areas of London, this time landing in Balham and Chiswick. They're buying both Sam's Brasserie and Harrison's from Sam Harrison and transforming them into the latest of the Foxlow empire.
Expect similar dishes to
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