You may remember that Flat Iron opened up a restaurant with a big focus on wines by the magnum and serving up bavette steaks only last year (in a team-up with Winemakers). Well, things have changed a little and the restaurant is about to re-open as a standard permanent Flat Iron this week (Called Flat
Good news for the many, MANY fans of Blacklock. The chops purveyors are expanding their group again.
They've set their sights on Covent Garden for their fourth restaurant. According to industry website Big Hospitality, Henrietta Street is
The Gaucho group is back from administration woes with a new CEO and a new concept, starting with a reinvention of its Charlotte Street site.
The next restaurant from steak masters Flat Iron is something of a departure. They'll be concentrating on bavette steak - and pairing that with a huge range of wines by the magnum.
If you're a fan of Flat Iron's steak great value steak, then you'll be very pleased to hear they're opening a new branch in Spitalfields - which will be very handy for city-folk.
17/06/19 - updated with opening date
Sometimes restaurants take a little while to get from concept to actually coming to life and this is a good example. Exactly one year to the day since we talked about Internet sensation/meme Salt Bae opening a London restaurant, we finally have some real details.
As it's been a while, here's a little catch up on "who in the hell is Salt Bae?" We refer you to the video that originally went flipping mental
The spot under Hungerford Bridge is a prime one for London foodies to keep an eye on. After all, this is where both Pitt Cue and Bleecker have plied their trade in the early days. Now there's a new trader in town. Truffle have opened a summer long residency under the bridge in a shipping container. They'll be serving up a range of burgers (meat and veggie) all with their hit of truffle along with steak and a range of sides.
On the South Bank Menu
From steak powerhouses like Hawksmoor and Goodman to "steak for a tenner" spots like Flat Iron, there's a huge choice of steakhouses in London. So we've picked some of the restaurants that we think are serving up some of the best steak in town.
The Guinea Grill has been serving up excellent steaks since the 1950s and their reputation is only getting greater. We pop down to put those steaks to the test.
Keeping it simple at Borough Market this spring are The Beefsteaks. After a couple of successful guests spots the street traders, who describe themselves as "an 18th Century exclusive London steak club reimagined as inclusive 21st Century street food", have been given a space of their own for the next two months.
They'll be taking over the old Exotic Meat Company space next to Brindisa until the end of April. To begin with they'll start by serving
If you're in Camden hankering after a burger or steak sarnie then this ethical, sustainable spot in Stables Market could be just the thing for you.
The replacement for the Met Bar features an array of top food and drink names at Gridiron. We head over to take a look.
The people behind Burger and Lobster are back with another money-saving deal. This time try the very luxe black cod and wagyu beef at affordable prices. We head down to try them for ourselves.
They've done Burger and Lobster, and with Beast steak and king crab and now the people behind those places and Goodman are bringing something new. This time it's Black Cod and Wagyu.
It'll be taking over the main Zelman Meats bar in St Anne's Court, where their head chef Olly Bird is preparing black cod cooked in miso and 200g Wagyu steaks. It's carrying
Expect chops,steaks and that amazing cheesecake at Blacklock's new Shoreditch opening, but the big news here is that there'll be a dedicated bar area that they're teaming up with top NYC bar owners on.
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