Flat Iron Denmark St | Soho Restaurant
This does not inherently regard you.
What it does inherently regard is great steak, at affordable prices. Because following the success of his Flat Iron summer pop up, which offered exactly that, and the subsequent success of his flagship restaurant of the same name in Beak St, which still offers exactly that, Charlie Carroll’s Flat Iron 3.0 in Soho’s Denmark St is doing things a tiny bit differently.
Like all rebellious younger children, the new Flat Iron has ‘branched out’ and ‘looks at life slightly differently’, ‘is challenging but rewarding’, and ‘prefers the arts’. Most notably in its move away from the industrial setting and busy, bustling atmosphere of Flat Iron Soho, to a more intimate, relaxed and date-worthy persona on one of London’s most famous streets.
There’s ivy-clad exposed brick walls and generously spaced tables; a private restaurant herd (yes, of cows – a private, offsite herd of cows) and an onsite butchery making use of a wider range of cuts for their daily specials menu.
Like its older sibling, however, Flat Iron Denmark St has but one item menu – a mouth-watering Flat Iron steak with house salad for £12, accompanied by a choice of sides like dripping-cooked chips, creamed spinach and market greens.
Something for the vegetarians.
Don’t say we don’t care.
NOTE: Flat Iron Denmark St is open every day 12pm – 11pm, and is walk-in only.
Flat Iron Denmark St | 9 Denmark Street, Soho, WC2H 8LS
(Photo Credit: Paul Winch-Furness)
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