Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

East India House, 109-117 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7JF

(4.1)
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Main Course £20
Food Spend £40
Hours of Operation:
Monday to Tuesday: 12:00 - 15:30 & 17:30 - 22:00
Wednesday to Saturday: 12:00 - 15:30 & 17:30 - 22:30
Sunday: 17:30 - 22:00

Went with friends for lunch. Very welcoming and attentive staff. The set menu had a good selection to choose from. Our drinks bill exceeded our food bill! Lovely atmosphere. Would go back again.

Gill Thomas 23 March 2014
From Crawley

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More about Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

A traditional steakhouse from one of Britain's top celebrity chefs, Marco Pierre White's Steak & Alehouse invites City and E1 diners to enjoy tantalising steak cuts and classic English cuisine.

From the stylish dining room to the contemporary cocktail bar, Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse is full of character. Quality steaks are the highlight of the menu, which also showcases mouth-watering grilled and roast meat dishes, fish mainboards and your favourite British puddings. A five-minute walk from Liverpool Street station, at the heart of the Square Mile, Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse is tucked away just off Bishopsgate and Spitalfields, making it an ideal rendezvous from the vibrant pace of the City.

With children over 5 years old welcome, this is a popular restaurant with families and local residents looking for a memorable dining experience in London. A desirable destination during the week for entertaining business clients, this restaurant also offers a private dining room that can seat up to 30 people. A smart casual dress code is operated. Single yellow line parking is available after 7pm (metered parking before). Please note that this restaurant is within the congestion charge zone.

Customer Reviews for Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

4.1

(based on 261 reviews)

82% of diners at this restaurant would recommend it to another person.
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Recommended for

  • dinner (163)
  • business (115)
  • romantic (108)
  • lunch (88)
  • luxury (73)
  • large parties (64)
  • entertainment (51)
  • value (48)
  • private dining (47)
  • trendy (36)
  • child friendly (29)
  • afternoon tea (20)
  • views (19)
  • breakfast (19)
  • al fresco (18)
(2)
9 April 2014 by Chris Smith from Glasgow
Service was not good
(4)
6 April 2014 by Chris Taylor from London
We went with four of us the food was exceptional however I think we got one of the new waiters who was hesitant.
(2)
3 April 2014 by Julia Salmon from London
Reasonable standard of food undermined by poor attitude of manager. Restaurant in need of repair to walls etc. Atmosphere poor, staff did not apear to enjoy work. Our waiter was splendid however is leaving after less than a month employed.
(3)
3 April 2014 by Sharon Phillips from Essex
The rump steak was the worst steak my mum had ever eaten; she couldn't cut it. Waiter explained that the fattier the cut, the grisslier! My House Cut steak was ok. Our starters and desserts and wine were delicious.
(2)
2 April 2014 by Ruth Kettle from Southampton
The experience was disappointing from the off. It was located in the most unlikely drab little street - I didn't mind this really, but there you have it. As to the experience as a whole, we felt that we had been mislead into thinking we were dining at a value price, but were in fact not at all. First, our table wasn't available as promptly as we might have hoped, so upon being cajoled by a persistently pushy barman, we felt obliged to splash out on a couple of Champagne cocktails. These cost a whopping £10.50, were extremely small and poorly presented and tasted sub-par (Champagne mixed with a little flavoured syrup that sat pitifully in the bottom of the glass). We also had a complimentary cocktail each, presented equally feebly and tasting like what I suspect it was - whisky mixed with ginger wine - voila! As for the food, it was rather plain, but nice. We paid £12 extra for two fillet steaks which were very nice and the pudding was nice too. The bill came to £104 including the gratuity and I was shocked! I was lured into a bargain meal and spent an arm and a leg because, as other customers had also fed back, 'Bookatable' do not take the money straight away when you book (which you forget about by the time you arrive at the restaurant) so you're stuck paying the discounted price on the evening. We felt disappointed, mislead and above all, put off cocktails for life! Suffice to say, we've learnt out lesson for the future!
(3)
1 April 2014 by Angela Le boeuf from London
The food was tasty but on the cold side - the staff were very attentive and friendly but the bill was exortionate bearing in mind we were on a deal - £60 a head when we only had 4 bottles of wine for a table of 7 & one and half sides each!!!
(5)
23 March 2014 by Darren Garner from London, United Kingdom
Fantastic meal .
(5)
23 March 2014 by Gill Thomas from Crawley
Went with friends for lunch. Very welcoming and attentive staff. The set menu had a good selection to choose from. Our drinks bill exceeded our food bill! Lovely atmosphere. Would go back again.
(4)
15 March 2014 by Michelle Guthrie from London
The food was delightful and was well worth the offer available on the night. I would have paid the full value as it was filling, well flavoured and overall a beautiful setting. Great to try something different to the norm.
(4)
13 March 2014 by Ron from London
Food and service very good

Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

East India House, 109-117 Middlesex Street, London, E1 7JF

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