Steak and Co

3-5 Charing Cross Rd

Steak and Co

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Steak and Co is a chain of steak restaurants that serve their steaks on a hot stone. You can bake your steak as desired on this very hot hot stone. Very nice and especially a lot of fun to do. The quality of the steaks is good, definitely recommended. Downside is that it is very noisy and that they almost ask you to leave when you have finished your meal and are still enjoying your cup of coffee, because they want to sell the table another time.

Our visit was to the restaurant on the corner of Charing Cross Road and Irving Street.

Our Visit

Date of visit:
18-01-2020
Rating:
3/5

How to get there

Leicester Square
St. Martin’s Street, Panton Street, William IV Street
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