Moo Steakhouse is an Argentinian steakhouse and wine bar on Wardour Street in London inspired by ‘quincho’ culture, a term that refers to a charcoal grill and the concept of family and friends coming together over food cooked over coals. To that point, Moo Steakhouse aims to craft simple dishes using the best, high-quality ingredients that pay homage to authentic Argentinian cuisine.
All its rare breed beef is sourced from ethically-raised, grass-fed Black Angus Cattle in the Argentinian Pampas and the menu is focused around four prime cuts of steak: ribeye, entrana, sirloin and fillet. All steaks are cooked on the charcoal or josper grill and can be ordered by weight (200g, 300g or 400g). Simply choose your cut and preferred sauce, including chimichurri, peppercorn and bearnaise, as well as a selection of sides such as triple cooked chips and charcoal grill roasted peppers.
You’ll also discover a selection of starters and main courses on the menu, most of which are based around meat or fish. Kick off with cheesy beef croquettes served with sriracha, aioli and sweet chilli sauce, and if you don’t fancy steak, you can always order classic dishes like a homemade burger (beef, chicken or veggie), fish of the day or a chicken Caesar salad. For dessert, check out the Argentinian classic flan casero which is a traditional crème caramel served with dulce de leche.
The drinks menu is geared towards red wine (what else?) and includes a range of guzzlers and premium wines, although whites, roses and sparkling wines are also on the menu if you’re not a fan of red. There is also a selection of cocktails, gins, beers and soft drinks, which you can enjoy at the blue-tiled bar before dinner, if you like. The 60-cover restaurant offers comfortable seating and a cosy aesthetic, along with hanging pot plants and exposed bulb chandeliers.