Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse

Restaurants , Steakhouse Moorgate
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One of two London steakhouses owned by Marco Pierre White, this restaurant and bar just down from Liverpool Street station concentrates on quality meats and classic dishes from across Europe. Steaks are sourced from Aubrey Allen.

Dishes range from beef carpaccio, potted confit duck and chicken liver parfait to tuna a la Sicilienne, supreme of corn-fed chicken and confit duck in a butter bean and Toulouse sausage cassoulet. Steaks cuts include tail-on ribeyes, rump, fillet, sirloin and a 24oz Boston chop served on the bone. 


Venue name: Marco Pierre White Steak & Alehouse
Address: 109-117 Middlesex Street
E1 7JF
Opening hours: Lunch served 12pm-3pm Sun-Fri: 12pm-5.15pm, Sat: dinner served 5.30pm-10.30pm; Mon-Sat 5.30pm-10pm
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4.4 / 5

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Kirsty E

This restaurant never fails to deliver what it is meant to.. Delicious, meaty steaks. Probably my favourite steak house in London, although that is not the only scrumptious item on the menu. The fish and chicken dishes are always excellent too and my personal favourite dish is the Cornish crab starter. Absolutely divine! The set menu is actually a very good deal, although you do have to pay a supplement for a steak. Still worth the money though and a really nice treat for a special occasion. Make sure you leave room for dessert, the creme brulee is sublime!

Vieve W

Went here for dinner with friends in the run up to Christmas. We opted for the 3 course menu for £25 excluding drinks and sides. For starters, I went for the whiskey kipper pâté, whilst others went for the gravadlax, a smoked salmon dish. Both equally tasty (and fishy!). For mains we all chose the 10oz ribeye, an additional £7 supplement and triple cooked chips (£4 supplement). For dessert I had the lemon tart. The steak was absolutely delicious and whilst whilst there are of course better Steakhouses out there, for £25, 3 course set menu, it's not a bad price. Two criticisms I do have are: firstly, the fact that the restaurant itself is quite small and feels quite cluttered if full. And secondly, the lemon tart was far too sweet neither myself or others could finish more than half, I wouldn't recommend it at all. Overall, a good night, nice cocktails, good steak and reasonably priced, as far as a steakhouse set menu goes.

Charly Lester
Staff Writer

Great food, lovely service but the atmosphere could be improved.  Seemed to be full of lots of couples on offers deals, and the layout didn't feel overly high end.

Kim Fleming

I went on a night out with my best friend as a treat after a lovely day of spa and a couple of cocktails, it was a great end to the day, our steaks where fab and we left happy, full and merry.


Staff party was superb - everyone commented on how good the food and service were.  We really don't think that the steaks could have been any better.

India W

Last night was my third visit and this time we went for the A la Carte menu, the food was delicious, the service excellent as is the ambience. For what it is, it's very good value. I will be back soon!