We’ve featured our top 5 steakhouses in London for you to experience, whether you’re a local or visiting.


The award winning restaurant takes the top spot this month, primarily for using ingredients of the highest quality including British grass-fed, dry aged beef. Described as “Flawless” by Giles Coren of The Times, we can’t think of a better word to sum this place up. 

Location: Spitalfields & five others across London
Nearest Tube: Liverpool Street & five others across London

Flat Iron

Here they work with their own herd of rare and traditional breed cattle on the Flat Iron Farm in North Yorkshire as well as a network of small specialist farmers and butchers to source truly exceptional beef. That, and the dripping cooked chips, secured second on the list for Flat Iron.

Flat IronLocation: Covent Garden
Nearest Tube: Covent Garden


Here they have an impressive range of beef from around the world. Japanese Waygu, corn-fed American – you name it, they have it. As they’re a Modern American Steakhouse you can add a side Mac & cheese to your Kobe Waygu prime cut…

Mash Brewer Street
Location: Soho
Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus


“Great steak, great wine, great people. That’s everything covered” With a line like that, it’s easy to see why Goodman made our list this month. They dry-age their beef on-site, which in London is quite an achievement based on space alone! They also use charcoal ovens to give a great smoky flavor.

Location: Mayfair & two others across London
Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus & two others across London


This Argentinian steakhouse has been around for quite some time now and has expanded, meaning they have a total of 12 restaurants in the capital, 3 in other UK cities and 3 overseas. If you’re not a beef connoisseur this is the place to go, the staff are full of advice on which option to go for & with delicious, high quality Argentinian beef you won’t go wrong. 

GauchoLocation: Across London, including Piccadilly
Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus & 11 others across London