London’s most famous steak restaurant

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Most of people love steak (or meat). A lot of visitors come to London to try out steaks in London, to experience unique theme created by different restaurants. Here are some of London’s most famous steak restaurants:

 

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1. Hawksmoor Spitalfields: Since opening in 2006, Hawksmoor has attracted many people from all around the world. Their unique selling point is in supplying excellent produce cooked well, focusing on top-quality beef from renowned London butcher Ginger Pig and and an impressive list of breeds to suits all the needs.

Address: 157A Commercial St, London E1 6BJ
Steak price from £19.5 (Rump, 300g)

 

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2. Flat Iron: Perfect for people with limited budget, potion of steak as just 10quid each. With side of £2.5, you can have affordable but delicious meal. However, due to huge demand, they do not take any reservations- walk in only. There is a long queue in front of restaurant everyday, but definitely worth the wait.

Address: 17-18 Henrietta St, London WC2E 8QH
Steak price £10

 

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3. Barbecoa: Jamie Oliver’s another addition to his chains. Slow cooked, dry-aged meat along with amazing wine and dessert. With all sorts of different cooking equipment: robatas, Argentinian grills, wood-fired ovens, Texas pit smokers and a tandoor oven, you can enjoy different kind of meat from the world, cooked with variety of techniques.

Address: One New Change, 20 New Change Passage, London EC4M 9AG
Steak price from £24 (Rump, 8oz)

 

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4. Steak & Co: Nice steak plus a bit of fun to it! Carefully selected and prepared steak will be served to you on a sizzling hot steak stone, to cook to your personal perfection. The steaks are first caramelised on their chargrill to seal in the flavour then you can choose an infused butter, a salt or shake and a sauce as a final accompaniment: personalised steak for you.

Address: 79 St Martin’s Ln, London WC2N 4AA
Steak price from £15.25 (Rump, 8oz)

 

 

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