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If you ignore the cheesy subtitle (‘where beauty meats the beast’) and exuberant, blokey styling, the good news is that Steak delivers exactly what it promises. With high ceilings and hard wooden
surfaces it’s not tête-à-tête territory, but chef Jason Wright has a good pedigree in and around the city (Dakota Hotel, Ondine) and knows where to source quality beef. Weekend brunch and
pre-theatre deals are worth noting, but the focus is on a beefy carte – sirloin, fillet, rump, rib-eye and T-bone with assorted sauces, although pricing most cuts per 100g seems rather contrived.
Meanwhile, chateaubriand, beef Wellington, côte de boeuf and larger T-bones can be carved at your table, while other options include lamb, pork and wolf fish. Order oxtail soup (with a puff pastry
lid) to start, and round off with a popcorn sundae.
We recently ventured down to Steak for their lunchtime option, which seemed reasonably priced at £9.95 for two courses, with the ‘option’ of a glass of wine for an additional £3.50.This was our first time here, we’d been meaning to come down for some time to try out their big juicy steaks but instead settled for a light lunch – if this went well we’d plan a return visit to work up some meat sweats at a later date.It’s a lovely restaurant, much bigger than imagined and what one in the trade would describe as swanky...
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