Scrumptious Steak, London

Cut at 45 Park Lane

Damien Hirst’s Diamond Dust Psalm Series hangs majestically on the walls of the stylish gold toned Cut at 45 Park Lane. This classic American steak restaurant is elegant and sleek, with its red leather banquettes, marbled flooring and sparkling light fittings.  Being the only european venture from renowned chef to the stars, Wolfgang Puck, Cut is the place to come for spectacular steak and a glamour filled evening.









Tramshed, Shoreditch

Tramshed is huge, big enough for any BFG and Damien Hirst’s vitrine of a cow with a chicken on its back, which stands centre stage in this exciting restaurant. The space, a former tramway generating station built in 1905 is stunning, with long hanging lamps, tiled walls and comfy leather banquettes. There are a wide variety of steak cuts on offer and all their beef is matured for 28 days in a Himalayan Salt Chamber. Tramshed, is a great place to come for speciality cuts and jaw dropping art.








                                                                                                                Casa Malevo, W2

Casa Malevo will instantly make you feel at home, with its bare brick walls and mismatched frames filled with nostalgic Argentinian prints. This Argentine restaurant provides dinners with an argentinian culinary experience, with a menu inspired by true and honest argentine home cooking and a wine list made up solely of wines from Argentina. The steaks here are superb, with a wide rage of cuts and sizes to order.





                                                                                    Lurra, Marylebone

In the open kitchen at Lurra, traditional Basque erretegias, wood and charcoal grills, blaze eagerly awaiting ‘old cow’ steak, such as the 14 year Rubia Gallega “Galician Blond”  a cut of meat that comes from Cows of Northern Spain, slaughtered at 14 years of age after years of happy grazing and gaining the right amount of weight.This is a place of elegance and care, with its carved wooden seating, marble tabletops and vast glass wall that overlooks a beautiful courtyard. Lurra means “land’ in Basque, an apt name for a restaurant that creates with precision and patience. The perfect place for authentic cuisine and well sourced produce.





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