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The steak specialist that started as a pop up in Shoreditch has since opened Flatiron Beak Street, Denmark Street and Henrietta Street and now it's returned to where it all started. Flat Iron is known for its simple, lightly seasoned, quality steaks at a ludicrously cheap £10 a head and if that’s what you’re after, it’s here in spades. There’s also a new aspect to this restaurant in the shape of a great fire pit, where wood and charcoal burns beneath a rotating spit, used for slow-roasting whole foreribs and loins. It has a hand-cranked, 200-year-old clockwork mechanism but thankfully, the fashion for using impoverished children to turn the handle has died out with the centuries. As ever with this growing brand, there's a no-reservations policy in place so be prepared to queue for that meat fix.
The first of Flat Iron’s branches to open outside of Central London, the Flat Iron Shoreditch menu is just as concise as it’s City siblings, with its namesake Flat Iron steak taking the helm of the menu choices, served with your choice of sauces and sides. If you forgo the classic £10 steak that this restaurant is known for, then the burger with British blue cheese is just as appealing.
New to the Shoreditch restaurant is the on-site rotating spit which adds to the theatrics of the restaurant, giving diners an up-close view of what goes on in the kitchen. The addition of plug sockets by the tables and artisan coffee for just £1 throughout the day, also shows the restaurants workspace-friendly credentials.
As with all the Flat Iron sites, it is strictly no reservations so you may need to be prepared to queue for your evening meat-fix.
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