A six minute stroll from Frame King’s Cross, discover a trendy new steak joint on York way.
If it wasn’t for its location next to a Premier Inn, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was a Flat Iron. Instead of a contemporary version of the Beefeater brand marketed to a younger crowd.
The look is certainly edgier… all deconstructed neon cow and chunky wooden counters.
Pop in to start your day with a tender steak and eggs for breakfast. Or try the lunchtime express menu designed with busy workers in mind. Dishes include Steak Frites, flash-cooked and drizzled with garlic butter, served in 10 minutes for under £10.
We’re a fan of the succulent spiral cut. A flavoursome fillet marinated in so much garlic and parsley, no sauce is required. Just add a side of sweet potato fries.
There’s an array of vegetarian options too. Like the falafel salad served with tzatziki and flatbread. Or Veggie Burger with chargrilled red peppers, courgettes and mushrooms topped with rocket, guacamole and mozzarella.
If you need to check for gluten free options, read their expansive allergens guide.
Staff are hugely accommodating, and can tailor make orders on request. From substituting sides for healthier ones, to reimagining cocktails to suit your taste buds.
Address: Bar + Block, 26-30 York Way, London, N1 9AA
Tube: King’s Cross (Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria)
Price: Mains from £6.95 – £19.95
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