Flaming torches, a pounding soundtrack & a rather prosaic menu make Green Door seem like a tourist trap designed to snaffle unaware visitors stumbling out of Gloucester Road Tube station. Luckily, the quality of the meat keeps fans of its keep-it-simple approach coming back for more. Main courses are a confused bunch, ranging from chicken with couscous & linguine arrabbiata to Flintstone beef ribs ‘to eat with both hands’. Matters are more straightforward when it comes to signature dishes, which put steak in the spotlight: tournedos Rossini puts in an appearance, while rib-eye, fillet & sirloin come in a variety of sizes with a selection of sauces (an extra £15 lets you accessorise your steak with half a lobster). Prices are reasonable & the wine list is dependable – if unadventurous.
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