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London’s voguish ‘steakhouse & cocktails’ concept has landed in Angel with the launch of the Meat People – a carnivorous neighbourhood haunt that aims to satisfy the local appetite for red meat & sexy ‘retro’ libations. Occupying a Grade II-listed building that once housed a defunct branch of S&M Café, it touts grilled rib-eye, onglet & short ribs with chimichurri backed by a non-beefy supporting acts such as pan-fried sea bream with beetroot, broad beans & huancaina (a South American cheese sauce). Also expect a deliberately ‘quirky’ list of global wines.

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  1. Meat People might sound like yet another part of the burgeoning Meatliqour burger empire, but it’s actually, as far as I can tell, an independent meat-focussed restaurant. It’s located not far from the genteel sprawl of Islington’s Upper Street.

    Meat People has taken over the premises formerly occupied by a branch of the now-defunct S&M Cafe chain and has a similar decor. The place feels like a retro caff with plenty of zinc and formica surfaces and period signage. Service on both of my visits was friendly and efficient...
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