High on testosterone and low on subtlety, The Grill on The Market seduces carnivores from the Square Mile with its sizzling selection of Longhorn and Aberdeen Angus steaks. Rumps, rib-eyes and sirloins are the obvious ports of call for famished City suits, but rock oysters, Dover sole and lobsters are also represented on the lengthy menu. Those with a bulging wallet and an empty stomach might opt for a Wagyu fillet (‘the daddy of all steaks’ taken from a cow that has been reared on beer and massaged from birth), matched with something beefy from the predictably ample selection of Old and New World reds. Saturday brunch includes unlimited bubbly – provided three or more punters are gathered together (online bookings only). The interior of the dining room drips boudoir excess with its over-the-top chandeliers, ornate mirrors and dusky lighting.
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