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Angus Steak House

About Angus Steak House

Aberdeen Angus Steak House in the epicenter of London's Theatreland, Shaftesbury Avenue, has location location location for pre-theatre or post-sightseeing nosh. In 1976 this chain was London's first branded restaurant, possibly serving London's first branded cows. Its style has modernized over the years but still features rare beef red leather banquettes, walls and upholstery with beef-themed prints. The menu is brilliant for carnivores, with seven cuts of steaks in various weights, though vegetarians have their own lasagne and nut roast. Good children's menu and killer desserts.



Steak Menu

Starter

Main Course

- Sirloin steak £13.50 / £14.95 / £16.95
- Fillet steak £14.95 / £16.95 / £18.95
- Rump steak £12.95 / £13.95 / £14.95
- Rib eye steak £13.50 / £14.95
- Pepper steak £17.95 / £19.95
- New York strip £16.50 / £18.50
- Angus T-bone steak £17.95 (16oz/453g)

Dessert





Additional Information


Address:

69-73 Shaftesbury Avenue, W1D 6EX

Nearest tube:

Piccadilly Circus
Weights given are before cooking.
Prices represent 8oz / 10oz / 12oz

Average Price:

£25 - £34

Opening times:

Mon - Thurs 11am - 11:30pm
Fri & Sat 11am - 12am
Sun 12pm - 11:30pm

Dress Code:

None



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