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
I expected so much more when I walked in here, but the service and lack of vegetarian options just really knocked down teh stars.
Rundown of what I had:
* Scottish Smoked Salmon - Delicious! I saw someone mention soggy toast in their notes, but mine was just right. This was actually on par with the lobster I had, if not better.
* Grilled full lobster - I had really high hopes for this, but...more
I'm assuming that this restaurant must have changed owners or management since the previous two reviews were written, because this is one of the worst dining experiences I've ever had--and as I travel for work quite a bit I have eaten out a lot in London and many other cities around the world.
I was expecting an upscale restaurant with a traditional feel. The only remotely positive thing I...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