Where to Eat Steak in Liverpool
Good steak in Liverpool isn’t hard to come by. The lively, friendly port city in England’s Northwest is famous for many things sport- and music-related, but it has a burgeoning gastronomic scene that makes it well worth a visit on any eating trip to this part of the world. And for meat lovers there is plenty to enjoy. Take a look at this list of the best steak restaurants in Liverpool for a proper meat fix, la.
The ever reliable Hawksmoor brand continues its expansion with a new site in Liverpool. You know what you’re going to get: high-quality, grass-fed British beef that’s highly rated by the Sustainable Restaurant Association, expertly cooked, with a strong cocktail game. All of this will no doubt ensure Hawksmoor quickly cements its place as one of the best steakhouses in Liverpool.
Hanover Street Social
Hanover Street Social is part of the Salt House Hospitality Group, which also runs the very good Salt House Tapas in Liverpool city centre. The Social is more brasserie-style, with three steaks on offer, three classic sauces to choose from, the option to add beer-battered onion rings alongside the chunky chips (because it’s not all about frites), and vegetables that come as standard. If you’re looking for a steakhouse in Liverpool city centre, Hanover Street Social is a great choice.
It can sometimes feel like chef Gary Usher is more famous for Twitter rants and crowdfunding than actual cooking, but the opinionated chef has established a highly-rated string of restaurants in England’s Northwest, under his Elite Bistros group. Wreckfish, in the city centre, is one of them. It offers a 35-day-aged sirloin for two as a showpiece piece of meat, so grab your best meat-loving eating buddy and get stuck in. Just don’t leave a bad review on TripAdvisor or you’ll have Usher to contend with.
Bone and Block
Situated in the award-winning Duke Street Food and Drink Market in Liverpool city centre, this butcher-cum-steakhouse specialises in grass-fed, dry-aged British beef. They claim it’s “the best beef in the world” so why not settle in and judge for yourself, with classic steak frites or côte de boeuf served with beef dripping fries, or even a steak sandwich? And as it doubles as a butcher, consider it a kind of try-before-you-buy exercise.
Beef on the Block
Another market-based venture, this time in the Baltic Market on the edge of the trendy Baltic Triangle, Beef on the Block is a one-woman show that keeps it simple: steak and fries with a choice of three sauces, namely peppercorn, chimichurri and gravy. If you’ve never had fries or ‘chips’, as we call them, with gravy - a northern specialty - then you haven’t really lived, and we believe, as a curious foodie, it’s your duty to try it.