As the nights are getting longer, eating out, and staying out late is again becoming all the more desirable. When you’ve tried all the latest new food trends of the season there’s always the comforting pull of sinking your teeth into a prime rib steak, washed down with a great bottle red. Luckily London has some of the best steakhouses in the world.
10-13 Grosvenor Square , Mayfair, London , W1K 6JP
020 7495 2211
Inspired by a modern townhouse kitchen, Maze Grill, combines contemporary design with a warm and relaxed atmosphere making it a more laid back affair than its Michelin-starred sister, Maze.Inspired by New York steakhouses, you can enjoy a prime rib steaks meats cooked over coals, including the 10oz Aberdeen Angus grass fed prime rib that is aged for 28 days or the Creekstone prime USDA. corn fed and aged 35 days 12ox prime rib. Other signature dishes include the premium wagyu, Wagyu ‘9th grade’ Gold style Rib eye steak served with creamy horseradish, blue cheese or red wine sauces.
1 Bell Inn Yard,
London EC3V 0BL
020 7626 5180
Goucho has built a loyal following by serving the finest Argentinian steaks in London. Aptly housed in what were once the gold holding vaults of the bank of England, Gaucho City draws in the city buzz from across London’s square mile. Rigorous attention is paid to obtain the finest quality ingredients at source and in creating the true essence of Argentine life through food, wine, culture and most importantly the passion of the people. The prime rib Bife Ancho can be enjoyed in 225g, 300g, or 400g for real steak fans.
386 Kings Road, Chelsea, London , SW3 5UZ
020 7351 9997
Kings Road Steakhouse and Grill
Marco Pierre’s traditional steakhouse and grill in the heart of Chelsea serves a mouth watering 10oz Ribeye as well as a range of classic steak cuts. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, the Kings Road Steakhouse and Grill’s glamorous interior is always buzzing, as locals, tourists and celebrities enjoy the finest quality steaks, roast meats and fish main boards in the area. Steaks are sourced from selected Scottish farms with special cuts appearing on a regular basis also from Scotland and further abroad.
1 Pont Street Belgravia, London UK, SW1X 9EJ
020 7201 0710
The first The Palm restaurant opened in New York in 1926 and as expected the London branch has scored high on the ‘best steakhouse’ lists since its opening in 2009. Still owned and operated by members of the Bozzi and Ganzi families, the menu proudly reflects the best of their Italian-American heritage using the finest ingredients available and using them to create simple dishes. For prime rib lovers there’s the aged USDA prime 24 ounce.
29-31 Wellington Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 7DB
020 7836 8836
Situated on the vibrant 'Chelsea Beach' strip close to King’s Road, Sophie’s Steakhouse buzzes with Chelsea locals, professionals, and families. The bright, rustic interior appeals to diners throughout the day while the busy cocktail bar pulls in crowds at night. There’s a huge selection of prime rib steak from the 10oz rib eye, the 16oz sirloin on the bone, the 20oz Chateaubriand and even a 28oz Porterhouse for serious steak fans.