Time Out Eating & Drinking Awards 2012: Best new meat restaurant

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Best New Meat Restaurant: celebrating the new-style steak, grill and barbecue joints

Back to basics: beef, chicken, roasts, barbecues. It’s been a great year for the meat-lover, whether your taste is pink or charred, smoked or pulled. Here’s our pick of the top four that really cut the mustard.


Best new meat restaurant

  • WINNER: Tramshed

    Restaurants
    32 Rivington St, EC2A 3LX, (020 7749 0478)

    Mark Hix’s latest meat-centric venture serves chicken or steak. To be precise: roast chicken for one or to share, steak, chicken salad or steak salad. (A few ‘bar snax’ break out beyond these restrictions; think ox cheek croquettes or radishes with celery salt.) The birds are top-quality, while the beef is aged in a ‘Himalayan salt chamber’ which results in a fabulously sweet and tender steak. All this meat is meted out in a former industrial building in Shoreditch by some of the friendliest staff we’ve encountered in London.
    Around £70 for two. br>
    Read Tramshed review

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  • RUNNER UP: Duke’s Brew & Que

    Restaurants
    33 Downham Rd, N1 5AA

    Having imported some serious smoking equipment and brewing kit, this backwater Islington boozer offers up an authentic taste of the Deep South, including the classic combo of ribs ’n’ beer.
    Around £50 for two. br>
    Read Duke’s Brew & Que review

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  • RUNNER UP: Meat Liquor

    Restaurants
    74 Welbeck St, W1G 0BA

    Having imported some serious smoking equipment and brewing kit, this backwater Islington boozer offers up an authentic taste of the Deep South, including the classic combo of ribs ’n’ beer.
    Around £50 for two. br>
    Read Meat Liquor review

  • RUNNER UP: Pitt Cue Co

    Restaurants
    1 Newburgh St, W1F 7RB

    This tiny Soho basement diner serves meaty ribs that are unparalleled: a flavour-packed dry rub and a long, long smoking renders them dark, sweet and intense, bringing to mind steamy nights in those Southern states where barbecue is a way of life.
    Around £100 for two. br>
    Read Pitt Cue Co review

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Rich

£50 for 2 at MeatLiquor? £100 at Pitt Cue?! What are you ordering?