*Please note Flat Iron's restaurant in St Christopher's Place is temporarily closed whilst the UK is in a nationwide lockdown.
St Christopher's Place has raised the ‘steaks’ as Flat Iron recently joined our exciting restaurant line-up on James Street!
The expert steakhouse founded by self-taught butcher Charlie Carroll has built a cult following with their unwavering commitment to serving the best possible steak, and bring this same ethos to their newest restaurant.
Alongside their signature 'Flat Iron' steaks, which are taken from the often-underused feather blade of the animal and known for their exceptional flavour and tenderness, they’re serving up two new specials.
Including a Wagyu beef burger with two patties of grass-fed British Wagyu, topped with melted cheese, pickles, onions & homemade truffle mayo and a tender ribeye, selected primarily from Angus cattle reared on small farms in Ayrshire.
And the brand new and indulgent crispy bone marrow garlic mash, which will join their range of much-loved sides, from beef dripping chips to veggie favourites like roast aubergine with tomato and basil.
Founder, Charlie, couldn’t be happier with the new store location: “James Street is a really exciting move for us, especially in such a challenging time. Our mindset hasn’t wavered since we started as a pop-up; great steak for everyone, unparalleled quality and doing a small number of things really well. We’re really happy to be bringing this to St Christopher's Place.”
Plus, anyone exploring Marylebone in the opening month of December should keep an eye out for a number of mini Flat Iron cleavers hidden around the area, including in some neighbouring shops. For each mini cleaver found, a steak for two will be available at the James Street restaurant once reopen.