Goodman was one of the restaurants leading the charge to transform London steakhouses into restaurants that could rival their American counterparts. Expect a damned good steak and much more at this City outpost.
"It looked like one vast steak, but the differences were all in the taste – the sweet, buttery delights of the corn-fed American meat contrasted instantly with the soft, smoky earthiness of the Irish stuff, for instance." READ REVIEW
Richard Vines Bloomberg
Reviewed on August 23, 2010
"Great steaks, cooked well and served with a smile is a more difficult formula than it sounds. Goodman makes it look easy." READ REVIEW