Feeling Patriotic? It’s British Beef week. To fill you with delicious patriotism, we’ve found five London steakhouses serving the best British beef.
Located in Shoreditch, the Jones Family Project is a modern steakhouse serving arguably the tastiest steak in London
The secret behind the taste? Carefully sourced beef from the rare breed British Longhorn cow and a magician behind the Josper oven. Price guide: £££
Hawksmoor has set the benchmark for London steak houses since 2006. Its steakhouses serve consistently good beef from rare-breed British cows in a relaxed setting.
Hawkmoor’s newest restaurant, a stone’s through from the famous Borough market, combines well sourced beef with excellent grilling and outstanding service. Price guide: ££££
Blacklock is more chophouse than steakhouse, but serves brilliant and reasonably priced beef.
The cocktails, priced at £5, are stupidly good and the Sunday roast is the best in town. Price guide: ££
Serving British beef from Yorkshire (alongside USDA beef) Goodman is an established steakhouse with excellent beef. It has a slightly more formal feel to it than Hawksmoor, but it’s still pretty good, man. Price guide: ££££
Flat Iron has a simple proposition: a steak and only one kind of steak (for £11). The quality, taste, cooking and service makes Flat Iron the best value steak in London.
Visiting the Covent Garden restaurant will also get you a sweet surprise; a free salted caramel ice cream. Though, with a walk-in only policy and a wait time of up to two hours, you can claim you’ve earned it. Price guide: £