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12 Liverpool steakhouses you need to try

15/03/2022

Liverpool’s got loads of great restaurants with cuisines from all over the globe, but there are times when you just want to keep it simple but SO good…

And whether you like it blue, well-done or somewhere in between, you can’t beat a good steak.

From tomahawk to rib-eye or a finely carved fillet, there’s plenty to choose from and if you’re wondering where to go, here’s a few that would make our final cut.

Churrasco Steak House (Lark Lane and L1)

Liverpool Steakhouses

A traditional style steak house offering everything from flat iron to ribeye, rump and the rest and you can have your steak served raw on a 350-degree lava stone to let it cook just as you like it. The steak stone stays hot until you get to even the last mouthful, and cooking this way keeps in more of the natural juices.

As well as a stack of starters, there’s a selection of delicious sides to choose from including Jerk grilled corn ribs and salt and pepper veg, plus a choice of fries, salads and sauces. And at Aigburth, there’s the Churrasco cabin for outdoor dining with five private booths, a personal server and, when the weather’s nice, skylights to let the sunshine in. You can even take the dog (although there’s a good chance they’ll want a mouthful of your meal too!).

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Bavette in Woolton Village

Liverpool Steakhouses

Not just a steakhouse, Bavette’s got wraps, burgers and a great grill menu – lamb, chicken, salmon and tuna! All the steaks are 28-32 day dry-aged, and served with grilled corn and vegetables with a choice of sides and sauces like beef-dripping, blue cheese and honey mustard.

If you’ve got a birthday coming up or you fancy a treat, they’ve even got a 24K 600-700g gold fillet of beef, luxurious Wagyu beef wrapped in a 24-karat gold leaf, for £129. But, on the other end of the scale, they do an early bird offer from 12-5pm every day, and a fab all-day Sunday roast for £11.99.

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Cowshed, Seel Street

You’re promised the personal touch from the ‘small but exceptional’ kitchen team, who’ll offer advice on how each steak should be cooked for the best taste and tenderness (‘please trust us, well done is not the way forward!).

They reckon if you love beef as much as they do, then you’re in the right place – and we wouldn’t disagree. They’ve got gorgeous grazing bites, like toasted goats cheese, truffle and mozzarella bread, and superb steaks, all chargrilled and served with a rocket and parmesan garnish and with stunning sides like savoy cabbage and green beans in chorizo cream.

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Macello Meat House (Childwall and West Derby)

Liverpool Steakhouses

Macello Meat House opened its doors in 2017 but in five years has become a go-to name for steaks in the city, boasting two priorities, quality prime-cut steaks and a great atmosphere. Macello aims to provide a one-of-a-kind dining experience by offering the best selection of meats and fine wines. 

You can watch your steak being cooked through an open concept kitchen and charcoal grill, and it’s sliced and seasoned in front of you. (One to try is the Almond Beef Steak, almond flavoured Julienne cut beef steak).  And, as well as steaks, there’s a great selection of other dishes like Sea Bass Messina, fillet of seabass cooked with a lemon and tomato sauce, and served with oven cooked potatoes, and Chilli Cheese Chicken.

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Marco Pierre White’s Steakhouse Bar & Grill at Hotel Indigo, Chapel Street

Liverpool Steakhouses

Situated within the contemporary boutique Hotel Indigo, it’s a glam and elegant restaurant, yet with a relaxed and welcoming feel. The menu’s designed by the man himself with lots of home comfort food like Mr Lamb’s Shepherd’s Pie and Classic Fish and Chips.

That said, there’s a selection of ground beef burgers and, of course, steaks using grass-fed Campbell Brothers’ beef. As well as classic sirloin, fillet and ribeye cuts, there are some sumptuous signature steaks like Fillet Steak with Garlic King Prawns, served with béarnaise sauce, toasted sourdough and chunky chips.

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Gordon Ramsey’s Bread Street Kitchen and Bar, Paradise Street, Liverpool ONE

A new one to the city – the first outside London – and, not surprisingly given Gordon’s reputation, it’s catching on quickly as a firm favourite. 

The restaurant itself is simply stylish, with a mouthwateringly good menu to match. There’s beef wellington, steamed sea bream and Slow-roasted Cumbrian Saddleback pork belly – so you get the idea – and the steaks take centre stage with a selection of dry aged, rare breed beef cuts, matured in Gordon’s own Himalayan salt for a minimum of 35 days, like bone in prime rib and bone in prime sirloin.

Sauces include marrowbone and shallots, and there’s a choice of sides including creamy mashed potato and honey roast carrots.

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Toro’s Steakhouse, Bold Street

Liverpool Steakhouses

With a name like Toro’s it couldn’t be anything else, but there’s no bull about it being a fab city restaurant. The UK’s original Halal Steakhouse chain with branches across the country, it prides itself on the perfect steak in casual and comfortable surroundings.

There’s a huge menu with a choice of starters, burgers, chicken dishes and specials and, it goes without saying, steaks using 48-day dry aged beef like a classic 350g sirloin and 500g porterhouse. There’s a ‘Sizzlers’ selection with T-bone, fillet mignon, rump and more, and as well as beef, there’s lamb, halloumi, and chicken options – and a Mozambique Prawn Sizzler, with Mozambiquan prawns served in a special sauce. All Sizzlers come with rustic chips, pasta or rice, onions and green beans or veg.

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Bone and Block in Duke Street Market

Liverpool Steakhouses

Bone and Block is a red meat concept restaurant based at Duke Street Food and Drink Market, so you know it’s super-relaxed, casual dining, and the food is top-notch.

You can order Iberico Pluma, acorn-fed pork with chimichurri; ham hock croquettes, and the best aged burgers with delicious beef dripping fries and black truffle and parmesan chips. When it comes to the beef, how about a 400g Dexter Ribeye, served with beef dripping fries, café Paris butter and watercress; or a rich and flavoursome 1kg Red Poll Cote de Boeuf, to share, in a bearnaise sauce?

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Go Brazilian and try Copacabana, Fazenda, Viva Brazil and Bem Brazil

Take a trip to South America with any of these Fab Four restaurants offering the best of the Brazilian barbecue with full Rodizio. The rodizio grill offers a selection of rotisserie-grilled meats, perfectly seasoned and carved tableside by Rodizio Gauchos, so it’s food with flare (and lots of fun).

The special slow roasting ensures a tender texture and full flavour with pork lamb, gammon, chicken, beef and fish usually on offer, with a tasty selection of sides from noodles and fries, to deep fried polenta and veg.

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