STK - London

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STK - London

This is the London outpost of the eight-strong group of STK steakhouses, and the first outside the United States. Located in the ME Hotel, STK features a long, imposing central bar surrounded by the dining area featuring numerous semi-circular banquettes. Steak dominates the menu, naturally, with a selection of different cuts of USDA prime beef offered in a range of sizes. There is also a selection of 'Party' steaks to feed groups of up to ten people, a raw bar among other starter offerings, and a small selection of non-steak main courses. From Tuesday through Saturday there is a DJ in residence.


Venue name: STK - London
Address: 336-337 The Strand
Opening hours: Mon-Wed 5pm-midnight; Thur-Sat 5pm–1am; Sun 5pm-10pm.
Transport: Tube: Temple
Price: £18 to £70
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3.9 / 5

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Rosa P

I have visited STK on a number of occasions and every time the the atmosphere as well as the food are both exceptionally brilliant! Only problem is you don't want the party to end. The sliders amazing! The fillet steak is great value for money and the Lycee Martinis are so good! This place is great for a girls or guys night out, celebrations or a really fun date! 

Rellie L

If you want a little piece of luxury for a night in central London, then STK located in the ME hotel is your place! I came here for a work Christmas party last week but I can easily imagine a girl’s night out, lads night out or even family meal here. From our greeting at the cloakroom, pre-drinks at the bar/lounge area, and private dinner room in the main restaurant – everything was pretty faultless. Huge plus point for me. The décor is plush and luxurious in shades or black, cream and purple. It’s quite dark and moody. Of course, set menu food portions were tiny (stunning chocolate fondant and mac & cheese though!) but in all honesty, the cocktails and wine made up for the shortfall! Great atmosphere, music and full of people even on a weeknight, probably due to the festive season. Upstairs is the Radio Rooftop bar which boasts stunning views across the city - a great place to end your night.

Tip: Make use of the perfume display on offer for a spritz in the ladies toilets. I'm talking Chanel here...

Lucy H

We finally visited STK for an anniversary meal and were not disappointed. I tried soft shell crab for the first time as my starter, I am a huge fan of crab and was not disappointed, the presentation was great too! Our waitress was very attentive and I loved the atmosphere, layout and decor.

Mats H

Had a friend over from abroad whom I haven't seen for some years. I made a reservation at STK - London based on reviews online. Food was great, but I'm very disappointed with the ambience. I had to secure the booking with my credit card and if I were to cancel I would have to pay up to £20 per person, so I was basically taken hostage when the booking was confirmed. At the restaurant I literarily walked into a wall of noice, I'm not joking when I say that this is the loudest place I've been to. It was impossible to talk and painfully loud, so we rushed through the dinner and left without dessert and the price for three people ended up around £250. I'm sorry STK - London but I won't come back even though the lil' brgrs were amazing.


What a poor experience at STK last night. Although the food tasted good it was barely lukewarm by the time it got to our table....and that was after a wait of 60 minutes between starters and the mains arriving. It's hard to believe that this restaurant could perform on a Saturday night if it cannot cope on a Tuesday night in January. Waiter disappeared for a long time and we ran out of wine AND water on our table...never mind only took him 15 minutes after ordering it to rectify top it all, when I mentioned the poor service to the waiter, the manageress came over to the table. Surprisingly unapologetic and seemed to think it was our fault this had happened and we should have complained to the waiter earlier....! (Which we would have done if we could have found him)

angela hillaire-hutchinson

Booked a table for four for my husbands birthday, the starters were not memorable, but the main courses redeemed STK, steaks were really good with huge portions of chunky chips, desserts with the exception of 'the fairground attraction which looked like a fun decorative affair' were less exciting, trifle was plain and the coconut meringue dish was over after in two spoonfuls. Table turn around seemed quite quick, but that aside we had a lovely evening, in a vibrant setting, with lots of beautiful people and really good music. The food was good but has room for improvement, The bill arrived...and ouuch, but that aside we all had a memorable evening and are looking forward to a second visit.

The O'Shea Family

Six of us spent a lovely evening here for a family celebration. It's cery funky decor and we sat in a sumptiousround leather banquette. The service was excellent as we took a long time to choose our menu. The 'little burgers' as starter were meltingly good, also the goat cheese and beets, and of course the fois gras on brioche. Steak is the speciality but one of us had the delicious pulled pork with apple and celeriac. The desserts were gorgeous too, with an original 'Fairground' medley served on a mini ferris wheel. The main hostess, Yvonne O'Connor was welcoming, charming yet professiona. We all had a memorable evening and I would highly recommend it.l

Peter Mann

Just love it! Modern Stk house concept; nice food, music, people,etc. Great music. Our waiter Carlos make the experience unic ! Will came back