Time Out says
With connections to South American suppliers, much of the meat from this family-run steakhouse on Leadenhall Street is sourced direct from Argentina, though Wagyu beef and prime cuts from America also feature. The 'rib-eye sampler' allows diners to try all three, with 300g each of Wagyu, US and Argentine steak.
South American influence can be seen elsewhere on the menu, in dishes such as sweetbreads with salad and chimichurri, a swordfish ceviche starter, yuca frita and beef empanadas. The rump and fillet steaks are available in traditional churrasco style, too. Many of the speciality dishes also employ the grill but take in other parts of the world, with a rack of New Zealand lamb alongside fillet Milanese, a house burger and a loin of Iberico pork with mustard sauce.
There are six bottled beers (including Meantime Pale Ale, Peruvian Cusquena and an Icelandic toasted porter from Einstok), as well as more than 20 alcoholic and non-alcoholic coktails. Ten wines are available by the glass or carafe, with a selection of bottles available from a cellar diners are encouraged to visit and explore.