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An Argentinian steakhouse in southeast London, right by Lee station in Lewisham. From the dining room full of dark wood and black leather seating you can enjoy beef from the cows of the Pampas plains in Buenos Aires. Choose your main by the cut of beef (sirloin, ribeye or fillet) and pair it with chorizo, creamed spinach, truffle chips, salad or a number of other options. While the main focus is on meat here, there are a few veggie options on offer – ask your waiter for the day's specials. The staff know their wine here, too, so ask them which glass (or bottle) to have with your steak. Cabrera has a selection of Spanish, Chilean, French and Argentinian bottles to choose form.
Venue says: “A truly unique steak house serving succulent fillet, sirloin and rib eye steaks cooked to perfection accompanied by the finest wines.”