Despite only being established in 2012, Flat Iron is fast gaining a reputation for being one of the most unique and innovative restaurants in London. With just one option for the main meal – a wooden board of roughly cut succulent steak, cooked and seasoned to utter perfection with a leaf salad – some people might raise their eyebrows at such a limited menu. Yet with meat this good, along with a delicious spread of side dishes and sauces, eating at Flat Iron is an experience that few would forget in a hurry.
The décor, like the steak preparation, is rough and rustic, doing away with fussy extravagance and going back to basics; exposed brick walls, thick wooden tables and furniture that doesn’t quite match.
There is no option to make a reservation, which again for some may seem rather restrictive but in fact removes the restaurant’s exclusivity and gives customers more chance of being able to dine here on a whim. Perfect for those with a sudden steak craving.
Daily, 12pm – 11pm.
17 Beak Street, Soho, Soho, W1F 9RWView Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
- Families With Teenagers
- Business Travellers
- Lively Atmosphere
- Boys' Night Out