Liked the location in Mayfair, one of my fave parts of London. Very dark and masculine interior with cow hide covered seats and walls which I wasn't keen on, but I suppose at least the whole cow had been used, not just the steaks! We came here because my husband loves steak and it was his treat, but I ordered the monkfish as not a fan. However, did try a bit of his steak and it was really tasty, tender and juicy. As was my monkfish. Not sure it was worth £25 though, and that was without any sides. The complimentary bread platter was just scrummy though. Service very efficient and I tried not to flinch as the waiter brought out a great big board of raw meat and explained the different cuts. Not impressed with the table we were allocated as right next to the kitchen and while it was interesting watching the chef grill away, bit was very warm and even when I had to start fanning myself with a napkin, no attempt was made to ask if we were okay. This made the meal a bit of an ordeal for me and I had to drink water rather than alcohol to keep from dehydrating. My husband was really impressed though and would go again.
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