This June, chef Neil Rankin’s Temper restaurant will launch a new steak supper club featuring bottomless wine.
The City branch of the Temper group (which also has sites in Soho and Covent Garden) will launch its new steak supper club with unlimited wine from 24 June, when guests will be able to enjoy a hefty cut of rare-breed British rump steak, along with sides and 90 minutes of free-flowing wine.
The menu is available during two evening sittings (6.30pm and 8.30pm) every Monday through to Wednesday. Priced at £29 per person, the feast includes a 300g British rump steak cooked over flame with your choice of sauce to accompany it. Temper will also throw in a side of fries as well as bottomless house red, white, or rosé wine. If you prefer premium cuts, there is the option to upgrade to a porterhouse or sirloin for an additional cost.
Temper City is known for its in-house butchered steaks, and the restaurant follows a whole animal philosophy, which means waste is kept to a minimum. The restaurant also boasts its own dedicated butchery area on the mezzanine where chefs cut their own steaks to order from whole animals.
Rankin, who has appeared on Great British Menu, opened his debut restaurant Temper to critical acclaim back in 2016, and his debut soon spawned a spin off in the Square Mile, before the chef opened a third sibling site in Covent Garden in May of 2018.
Temper’s steak supper club with bottomless wine launches on Monday 24 June and is available Monday to Wednesday, priced at £29 per person including bottomless wine.
If you can’t get enough of all things bottomless, we’d recommend checking out this bottomless oyster and Champagne brunch at The Montagu Kitchen, which lasts for two hours.