Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

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

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

Absolutely first class service and food

Michael East 5 October 2014
From Rickmansworth

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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


(based on 292 reviews)

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20 October 2014 by Sally Day from London
We had an absolutely fantastic time from the moment we arrived. We celebrated my dear friends 30th birthday and all of us were looked after with so much care. Our glasses were always topped up, I was offered extra toast with my duck confit and the steak was cooked to perfection. The 'cherry on the top' was when they brought out my friends dessert, sang to her and had written Happy Birthday on her plate in delicious chocolate sauce.
I would highly recommend the restaurant for any occasion as you know you can guarantee great service & yummy food.
16 October 2014 by Scott Mackie from Woolwich
A wonderful venue where tables aren't packed in allowing room to breath and enjoy the wonderful food and pleasant atmosphere.
12 October 2014 by Tushar from London
great food, friendly staff, good service. Had the London Festival Restaurant Offer 2 courses for £20 but side dishes are an extra £4 each. So it's at least £30 a head without wine. Could only stay for 2 hours on a Friday night; understandable as it was busy, but they didn't rush us. Good choice of sauces for steak, but wish they had garlic butter.
10 October 2014 by Kate Baker from London
Excellent food and value. Attentive service. Peppercorn was divine, an perfect accompaniment with steak.
7 October 2014 by Michelle-anne Deane from City of London
Great deal, exellent food and service
5 October 2014 by Dorothy Brady from London
the staff were very attentive and listened to our requests.
There was a need to upgrade to a better steak, but we enjoyed the meal.
The cocktails on offer were very limited. A mojito would have been a nice addition to the list.
5 October 2014 by Michael East from Rickmansworth
Absolutely first class service and food
4 October 2014 by Olivier Salmon from London
So, I got and offer for 3 courses lunch + cocktail at a very reasonable price: £25 per person.
I decided to go with a good friend. And was expecting to not get out with a £50 bill ...
The service was impressive, but in a restaurant where you mainly serve steak, do you really need to have a Michelin star service?
The cocktail was delicious (I went for the passion jazz). As well as the starter (duck confit terrine).
The steak was cooked to perfection (rare) and melting in your mouth. I had to pay an extra £4 for the 12oz rump steak.
They have a good list of side orders, but again, at extra cost (£4). The triple cooked chips were not the best I had. The cabbage was lovely.
The desert, despite yummy was slightly disappointing. I'm pretty sure it said baked NY style cheesecake on the menu. There was no sign of it being baked ...
The bill came at £79 (there was a 12% service charge).
Overall, a great lunch experience.
2 October 2014 by Ben Lee from London
I was disappointed with the food quality considering I had high expectation of the banner Marco Piere White. I had the set menu and the food is just Ok. 6/10. I ordered the steak medium rare and it turns out to be medium. The presentation is boring and the restaurant was rather too warm for the night. The waiters were attentive.
2 October 2014 by Zivile Jakubkaite from London
Amazing food, great service

Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

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

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