‘Great steaks and lovely waitresses' are the main selling points at this branch of the Davy's group close to London's financial epicentre. There's nothing too fussy here, with comfy chairs and dark wood panelling setting the mood for a menu dominated by 28-day-aged, grass-fed beef from elite supplier Donald Russell. Classic cuts steal the show and sharing options such as bone-in rib or chateaubriand are ‘cooked just right' – although there are plenty of alternatives for those who prefer fish and fowl (try the dressed crab with lemon mayonnaise, grilled Loch Duart salmon fillet with spiced lentils or chicken fricassee with peas, baby onions, bacon and tarragon). British farmhouse cheeses with apple chutney provide a flag-waving finale; otherwise, patriotic puds such as Bakewell tart or rhubarb fool with yoghurt should keep the City boys and commuters happy. Breakfast is also a good call.
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