Cooking a steak at home just doesn’t cut the mustard. Nothing compares to the sight of a perfectly grilled ribeye, topped with a sauce you could just mop up, being placed before you. Drooling? So are we. We’ve cooked up answers to all the questions on where to find the top steakhouses near you. Steak knives at the ready.
With so many steakhouses to choose from, you won’t be stuck for choice. Whether you’re looking for a classic steakhouse, or just a restaurant that has steak on the menu, here’s a quick round up.
For more mouthwatering options, check out this list of the best restaurants in Glasgow.
When you’re craving a hunk of steak, only the best will do. Glasgow is brimming with top steakhouses, whether you’re looking for dry aged beef, trendy, or straight-up Argentinian, you’ll find a restaurant near you with Groupon. Here are a few to sample around the city:
Ingram Wynd is nestled in the heart of Merchant City, and is the place to go for some modern Scottish food, with a cosy, traditional atmos. Top rated by our customers, their ingredients are locally sourced – so you can expect the primest of cuts.
Tiffany’s Steakhouse melds quality American dishes and Irish heritage together in an intimate setting. They bring the best dry-aged steak in Glasgow, which is aged to perfection for 70 days. Bring it on.
If you fancy more than scoffing a quick meal deal or wolfing down a pasty, there is a steakhouse below the Central Station. Alston Bar and Beef is a great shout if you’re looking to treat yourself immediately after arriving into Glasgow from Edinburgh, or if you’re about to dash up to the Highlands with some friends for the weekend.
If you have the luxury of a little more time, it really is worth checking out some of Glasgow’s top-rated steakhouse restaurants. From Po Boyz in Partick to Ingram Wynd in Merchant City, take a look at our numerous steakhouses in the city to find the perfect one for you. There could be one on your doorstep.
Steak is basically a religion in Brazil, which is why some of the best steak you’ll ever eat is at a restaurant cooking up churrasco (Portugese for grilled meats). Fortunately, there happens to be just that in Glasgow – Boteco Do Brasil Glasgow will transport you to South America with sizzling plates of BBQ meats and fresh seafood platters straight from their charcoal BBQ. You’re welcome.
We’ve come a long way since the legendary Hawksmoor Spitalfields kicked off the London steakhouse revolution back in summer 2006, but it will truly only have come of age when the last horrid chain “steakhouse” (and I use that word loosely) ceases trading, or collapses in on itself and disappears in a supernatural vortex - which is more likely given the horrors committed inside. Until that time, here are the five best places to get your T-bone and béarnaise fix.