Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar
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Gillray’s occupies a large site inside the London Marriott Hotel County Hall, facing the London Eye and Houses of Parliament. Get the right seat and you'll be treated to some spectacular views of both, and down the Thames. It takes its name from the eighteenth-century satirist James Gillray, and features some of his works on the walls (though wisely they've omitted 'The Gout', his grotesque take on good-living).
It's mostly about steak here, with T-bones, rib-eyes, fillets and sirloins alongside an imposing-looking 'bull's head' – a butterflied prime-rib weighing in at a kilo. Pork T-bones, Barnsley chops, loins of veal and BBQ spare ribs are also on the grill, plus there are burgers, slow-cooked lamb rump and seared cod with confit celeriac, broad beans and a sorrel and razor clams sauce, too.
Afternoon tea also features, ranging from the traditional to a 'gentleman's' version with unlimited ale.
London Marriott County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
|Transport:||Tube: Westminster tube or Waterloo tube/rail|
|Price:||Meal for two with drinks and service: around £110|
|Opening hours:||Open 6.30am-10.30pm Mon-Fri; 7am-10.30pm Sat, Sun. The bar is open until midnight, daily.|
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