Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse is a traditional steakhouse in the heart of the Square Mile, serving a mouth-watering choice of steak cuts and a range of timeless English dishes.
Its discreet entrance, just off bustling Bishopsgate, leads you into an archetypal steakhouse dining room, complete with a stylish cocktail bar. As well as the finest quality steaks, the menu features grilled and roast meats, fish mainboards and classic English puddings.
Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse is popular during the week with the City for client entertaining and boasts a private dining room that seats up to 30 guests. At the weekend, local residents and discerning steak lovers enjoy great food at this hip location just off Spitalfields. (Updated 15/10/2013)
Customer Reviews for Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse
“I can't praise the food enough all top quality produce, we had crab and potted shrimps for starters, calves liver that absolutely melts in the mouth, and ribeye steak for mains, then eton mess and sticky toffee pudding for dessert, everything i would give ten out of ten for, the champagne cocktails were lovely the bellini and the strawberry fizz can't decide which i liked best, service was great and no stuck up or poncy staff just down to earth doing an excellent job, plus they remembered who ordered what, def return bring the whole family, well done.”
— lily clifford, [ Unknown ]
(16 May 2011)
“This place is great. They're clearing aiming for a classic bistro look and, frankly, they've nailed it. It's classy and unpretentious, and the slightly ambitious dress code listed on the website doesn't actually seem to translate into any expectations on the door, which is good news if you're naturally scruffy.
The food is excellent and the portions large. They focus on their steaks, which are very good, but from what we could see just about everything looks great. Service was also very good despite how obviously busy everyone was. Overall a very good experience, though you may find it helpful to ignore the artfully-taken shots of the main man himself adorning every horizontal surface.”
— Matt, London
(21 Aug 2010)