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The length of time it has taken me to visit Goodman is a crime. I'm not sure what my punishment should be but surely just having deprived myself of such glorious comfort food for so long is punishment enough? On a rainy Friday evening I emerged ravenous from a cathartic karaoke session at nearby Karaoke Box (Nobody Does it Better by Carly Simon in case you're wondering) and was hunting for a late night supper and chanced on a free table at Goodman. I can't remember what it looked like inside partly because it fulfilled my two main criterion of a) not being rainy and b) serving hot food. That's usually a...
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Where better to take three women for dinner than a place that proudly serves pretty much nothing else but steak. This was my first experience of Goodman, having remained a loyal fan of Hawksmoor for the last few years. What tempted me to jump ship was Hawksmoor’s Air Street venture which felt too impersonal and big, almost like they’d buckled under the commercial pressure and finally taken that step from independent British steakhouse to a huge corporate beast. Given Goodman’s Mayfair location I was expecting it to be a real stuffy affair, but walking into the confidently masculine dining room, I was surprised by...
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Apparently, the staff at Goodman really know their steaks. They certainly seem to. As seems standard with these specialist steak places, we had the waitress come out with a board of uncooked steaks, explaining the characteristics of each. This has always seemed a little bit gimmicky to me, but it is a nice touch, even if they do seem to cut the display steaks a little more generously than the ones you order...
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It was a tough call to rank Hawksmoor and Goodman next to each other but the basis on which I did that was very tiny. I had my burger at Goodman for the same reasons I had the burger at Hawksmoor. I just thought that an excellent steakhouse must be able to serve fantastic burgers... And I wasn't wrong!...
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Ever wondered if there’s actually a difference in taste between grass-fed and corn-fed steak? My recent dinner date has – which is exactly why he booked us a table at steak emporium Goodman to conduct a little taste test experiment.He called ahead a week before & pre-ordered two 600g steaks of the same cut, both 40-day aged, one being British grass-fed and one being US corn-fed – this would enable as close to a true like-for-like comparison as possible. Goodman actually dry-age their meat on-site, in a temperature controlled, dehumidified environment. Tip: Should you desire a specific cut or specific...
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