A spin-off from the Fulham Road original, Sophie's is an accomplished Covent Garden fixture in its own right, pulling in the crowds with its terrific 28-day-aged steaks. Although there are no bookings, the cavernous, high-ceilinged dining room easily accommodates theatre-goers and carnivorous local workers who appreciate its laid-back Manhattan-loft vibe, exposed brick and red banquettes, with sultry illumination ‘creating a devilled glow'. Thankfully, there's nothing fiendish about the menu – a straightforward selection of generous US and British favourites (prawn cocktail, ‘colossal' BBQ ribs, Angus burgers), plus those ‘wicked, wonderful' charred steaks with standard-issue béarnaise, crisp hand-cut chips and perhaps thick onion rings, washed down with a hearty red from the short ‘bullish' list. The theatre menu offers two/three courses for £12.95/15.95, while kids eat free from the weekend brunch menu on Sundays.
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