The steaks are high

Wansteadium reader Ego generously supplies the much-awaited report on the Queen’s British Steakhouse and Grill, writing:

Arriving a little under dressed and definitely punk completely failed to faze our head waiter. He seated us under a reproduction of the ‘God Save The Queen’ album cover, thus turning us into a feature of the very British theme.

The food can’t be recommended highly enough. Meat all sourced from the same farm in Yorkshire and brought to the table on a platter (with waiter’s patter) for your selection. Returning cooked just right, cutting like butter and certainly the best tasting I’ve had in recent memory. Buying British isn’t taken to silly extremes though, the wine list is international and covers all tastes.

The American Brat Pack background music didn’t work for me personally but that’s subjective and crooners are, at least, inoffensive. My own real disappointment was that the coffee did not meet the standard of the rest of the meal.

Slightly insipid coffee can be forgiven when the staff are as charming and the food such good value. The experience overall is well worth repeating.

3 thoughts on “The steaks are high”

  1. Lovely 50 day hung steak, good halibut steak. Very poor red and white wine. Probably won’t go back because of the wine.

  2. I have googles and searched for 30 minutes to find a phone number to make a booking. Does this new restaurant want trade? they don’t even have a number on their holding website page!!

  3. I’ve had two different experience at Queens Steakhouse. The first better than the second. It has some promise but needs to get some of the basics right. A Wine List without any indication of which country the wine comes from isn’t on. Neither are tables so close together that staff are constantly apologising for pushing you as they attempt to get to a neighbouring table. So needs some work to match the first class ingedients they use.

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