Situated between High Holborn and Red Lion Square, The Bountiful Cow is a public house dedicated to serving the finest steaks and burgers at affordable prices.<br/><br/>Converted from a 1960s pub by Head Cook Roxy Beaujolais, cookbook author and BBC television presenter, this warm and stylish gastro pub retains a traditional feel throughout, making The Bountiful Cow an enticing destination for any carnivore.
Alongside the exceptionally large Bountyburgers, steaks are the focus of The Bountiful Cow's menu. Aged in-house for many weeks to ensure tenderness and flavour, steak sandwiches, sirloin, rib-eye, fillet and T-bone cuts of beef are cooked to order by the grill chefs, and can be served with a choice of sauces or a la Capricorn (with melted goat's cheese).
The Bountiful Cow also stocks a selection of cask-conditioned ales and excellent wines to accompany your hearty meal.
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The Bountiful Cow
51 Eagle StreetHolbornLondonWC1R 4AP
- Public transport:
- Holborn, Underground
I've just eaten a steak with mushed potatos. Very very good. A good food, a good service and nice weitresses. I'll probably come back in this place before I'll go away ...it's so comfortable!more
The beginning of my odyssey to find a good steak in London started at the Bountiful Cow. Given the name and the menu you would think that this would be a great place to get a great steak. Alas there is more than a name that makes a good steak house, you actually have to serve good steaks.
The night started with us getting seated downstairs. Charming ambience, kind of small nooks and crannies...more
A very cozy restaurant (downstairs), with an amazing choice of starters, main courses and desserts. The ordered food (Steak Tartar and a lamb steak) was absolutely delicious and we enjoyed every bit.
We will definitely return to test the starters and other main courses.more
Went here for steaks after work with my husband, and it was great. Steak was cooked exactly how I asked (rare), the chips were lovely, and the wine was really good to boot. The house merlot was the perfect partner for our food. I had my steak with goat cheese, and it was beautiful.
The space itself was also very nice - the pub is upstairs and food is served in a spacious dining area...more
This pub has quite a nice atmosphere for a more modern pub. Shame that they had a few taps but all with the same beer on them. Could do a lot worse than Adnams Southwold mind! Good beer, well served.
They are big on their steaks. It is a gastropub for sure.
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