In the heart of Mayfair between New Bond Street and Berkeley Square, Greig's Grill & Restaurant, was established by the highly acclaimed restaurateur Alistair Greig, who gained a reputation for serving the best steaks in London. Greig's hallmark dish was prime Scotch fillet steak, sourced from a family butcher, and cooked to order on a traditional coal grill.<br/><br/>Greig's Restaurant continues to uphold that tradition of top quality steaks and great British food, more than half a century later remaining a stronghold for lovers of prime steak everywhere. Combine this with elegant wood panelled dining rooms, an extensive wine list and first class service, and you have a dining experience to remember. Enjoy a lunch or dinner for two, or a corporate or private event in one of three private dining rooms.<br/><br/>Private parties can be accommodated for between 4 and 42 guests, and the staff are more than willing to help with the planning and organisation of your event.
£26 to £40
Bening starters, chose asparagus vinetrette which was fine.
Followed with a cook 8oz fillet steak, cooked rare as requested, good flavour, and nice texture.
Overall fine, nice waitress.more
This review was partially written in response to the 2-star vegetarian review above. This is a steak restaurant! If you have specific dietary needs (i.e., vegan, kosher, etc.) maybe call ahead? It does the restaurant a service as well as your dining partners.
I ate here last night, early (at 6PM). I had a perfectly cooked 12 ounce sirloin steak, which looked much larger on the plate. The...more
Love this place, hidden away in a mews left to the hordes that do know about it and a lot of local concierges are keeping it on the tourist trail for traditional english grill up nosh.
feel cozy inside, the dover sole is a must on any trip here.more
A lovely restaurant off Berkeley Square. Ambience is excellent and the Wine Room (there are 3 seperate dining rooms) is fully oak panelled and very cosy with an amazing chandelier, a great feature is a glass wall showing the wine cellar with 100's of wines nestling.
Menu is very British based but dishes were superb in taste and presentation. Wine menu is the size of a novel and the staff were...more
A friend of mine raved on about the steak they had at Greg's so I had to go as I love a good steak and was celebrating.
Well I was not dissapointed. I ordered the scotch fillet which apparently is the hallmark dish which is cooked on a traditional coal grill. It was amazing. I mean really good and so was everything else that came with it.
The service is really polite and helpful. Alround...more