WHAT WE THOUGHT
What: Raw food plates like biltong and bao buns
Where: 2-3 Threadneedle Walk, 60 Threadneedle St, London EC2R 8HP
Why you should go there: Fine dining vibe that won’t break the bank
Favourite thing we ate: Dulce Fondant
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The steak game in London is a bloody one. Artisanal butchers such as The Ginger Pig are consistently listed as some of the best in the world, and in an extremely unlikely reversal, the French are now purchasing Eurorail tickets for gastronomic visits to London for our steak – touted by top Parisian butchers (Yves-Marie Bourdonnec) as being superior to Gallic cuts.
The restaurateur behind London’s most expensive steak is leading the pack aiming to make Victoria a culinary hot spot — with a wine-led venture serving raw kangaroo.
Former Gaucho boss Martin Williams opened M in the City last year, dishing up prized kobe beef cuts for £149.
Former Gaucho managing director Martin Williams is to open his second M restaurant, in London Victoria later this year.
The restaurant, members’ club and wine store will be located in the Zig Zag Building alongside a sixth site from tapas group Iberica.