Set in a sensitively restored 18th-century warehouse, New Street Grill is a modern British steakhouse and grill. Surrounded by the bustle of London's commercial district, a bright, crisp dining room features expanses of marble and glossy white tiling. A menu of trusty British favourites is made using the finest seasonal produce, with specialities including native lobster cocktail, or succulent rib eye steak served sizzling from the josper grill.<br/><br/>The New Street wine list focuses on the very best bottles from Bordeaux, Burgundy and the New World.
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This is such a great option for weekend brunch. I brought a group of around 16 for my birthday (my third visit here) and they accommodated us smoothly with worry free service. We were seat hopping a bit and no one batted an eyelid or stressed out.
Highlights from the set menu were the fishcake and the steak - I'd recommend they add another vegetarian option, but I didn't ask when I made the...more
This restaurant is definitely not one to be missed. It is a formal restaurant in the city that caters for all meat lovers! The steaks are incredible, and the staff are very very good. They have a fantastic set menu for £23.50 and the steak is to die for!
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We tried this restaurant out on an Evening Standard deal. The reception service was badly managed. I arrived first and went and sat at our table, and my friend arrived after me but was told I had not arrived yet, and to wait in the bar! After that mix up, the service was a little slow at first, but then once under way, the service was friendly and helpful.
We both chose the slow cooked...more
From my experience, usually when a restaurant provides a fixed menu for company dinners, the quality is not necessarily the best. This one was what I felt below average--my halibut was much smaller than the mediocre steaks (as my team members mentioned) and the waiter incorrectly described how the crab was prepared on my dish (unsettling mystery dark orange crab puree as opposed to crab being...more
We came here for a Sunday roast and we both opted for the 2 course menu for £23.95 each. We quickly spotted the unlimited prosecco for £10 each, so we decided to go for that too! It is nice to be able to have a lazy lunch while sipping on prosecco throughout.
Everyone we met there was friendly and enthusiastic to help. We had a warm welcome at the entrance, although for a second I thought...more