We normally avoid chains, but the big sign advertising £10 off the price for steaks on Mondays and Tuesdays, grabbed our attention, so we gave it a shot.
The friendly waiter led us to our table. We enjoyed the warm atmosphere which combines rustic wood elements with modern glass, steel, and a lot of light. Nothing too special, but very pleasant.
Ms B opted for a cheese burger (£11.50), I went for the flat iron steak and chips (£15 instead of £25). Feeling a bit naughty, we also made use of the 2-for-1 cocktail deal and ordered two ‘gin gin mules’ (£9.50 instead of £19 total).
The burger was very juicy and just right. Not among the best we’ve had, but certainly solid work there from the guys in the kitchen. The steak was delicious too. The City is an expensive place, so it wouldn’t be fair to call £25 for a relatively small steak expensive. However, I was rather pleased that I had only paid £15 for it. We’ll come back. 3.75 out of 5 in our book.
Looking for more restaurant reviews? Try our posts about Apulia, near Smithfield Market, the Yellow House, Bermondsey, or – a bit further away – Ekeberg Restaurant, Oslo, Gruvelageret near the North Pole (well, Spitsbergen that is), Les Papilles, Paris, or Uma in Barcelona.