NewStreetGrill
Cuisine: Steak
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Address: 16A New Street, London EC2M 4TR

Website: Visit restaurant website

Telephone: +44 20 3503 0785

Built by the East India Company in the 18th century, restaurateurs D&D London have transformed the Old Bengal Warehouse into four separate venues: seafood restaurant Fish Market, the New Street Wine Shop, adjacent cocktail den Old Bengal Bar, and steakhouse New Street Grill.

Latest reviews of New Street Grill

andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

24 October 2012

A sirloin of West Country Black Angus is a stunning piece of meat (the best I’ve had since Goodman opened) that’s cooked bang on medium rare and comes with exemplary béarnaise. A tender, pink-roasted rump of Colne Valley lamb is served with a tiny pan of jus, boasting the gloss and depth of flavour only achieved with patience and skill…

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Annie Lund, Time Out

12 September 2012

The ‘Kansas ranch, premium reserve black angus, corn fed, 40 day aged, USDA certified, 350g, Rib eye steak’, to which you can add a casual half lobster, lived up to its pedigree promise thanks to some well-handled treatment on the Josper grill…

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What the Critics say

andy_lynes

Andy Lynes, Metro

24 October 2012

A sirloin of West Country Black Angus is a stunning piece of meat (the best I’ve had since Goodman opened) that’s cooked bang on medium rare and comes with exemplary béarnaise. A tender, pink-roasted rump of Colne Valley lamb is served with a tiny pan of jus, boasting the gloss and depth of flavour only achieved with patience and skill…

Read full review »
Time_Out

Annie Lund, Time Out

12 September 2012

The ‘Kansas ranch, premium reserve black angus, corn fed, 40 day aged, USDA certified, 350g, Rib eye steak’, to which you can add a casual half lobster, lived up to its pedigree promise thanks to some well-handled treatment on the Josper grill…

Read full review »