This lively, meat-focused restaurant on Haymarket combines good quality produce with inventive recipes. Sample meats on the bone, steaks and seasonal specialities; while salads and other main course options are available for non meat-eaters. The drinks list includes a range of cocktails inspired by the restaurant owners’ New York home.
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Venue Details & Map
66 HaymarketLondonSW1Y 4RF
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
Found by accident when we were walking home and realized we were really hungry. Hanger steak, sautéed spinach and mashed potatoes were excellent. The steak was delicious and cooked to perfection. The area is boisterous but the setting was cm and quiet without being boring.more
First time to London and we were very hungry. The pulled pork sausage roll was simply amazing- a must try with tomato chutney! I had the hangar steak, creamed spinach and onion strings- all quite good. Hubby had the patty melt and he exclaimed it was the best he ever had! Service was attentive and fast-paced. All in all a very good experience.more
Got the bone-in ribeye for two, and there was plenty to share! They also have a really nice theatre menu if you're in a hurry.
The staff was stretched a little thin when we went, but they stayed positive amid the flurry of guests.
Bartender makes a mean Moscow Mule too.more
First, it is USDA. So, go ahead and drool.
I went out to dinner and drinks with a friend here last weekend. Staff was great. Had several of their cocktails, and they were top notch!
Went with the fillet with a side of the mashed potatoes. Fillet was perfect. Order the bacon vodka sauce...sounds crazy, but it is good!
Try the butterscotch dessert!
Worth the price...it's a tad expensive,...more
My London based friend asked where I wanted to go for dinner when I was over recently and told her to choose. Now she has lived in London for a couple decades and loves to go out and eat, so I was pretty sure that when she said, "I booked a reservation in the Chop Shop," I thought that we were going to eat in a garage among pieces of automobiles. How wrong I was - although that idea sounded...more