STEAK Brasserie

13 reviews

14 Picardy Place, EH1 3JT

New Town, Edinburgh

Cuisine: British, Steaks & Grill, Bistros & Brasseries

About STEAK Brasserie

  • Food: 4

    Ambience: 4

    Service: 4

    Value: 4

    Good food and good service

    I chose steak on stones as the venue for my Birthday meal. 6 of us went here and the quality of food and pricing was very good. Would defo go back.
    ALAN watson - dined in restaurant 04/03/2017
  • Food: 5

    Ambience: 5

    Service: 5

    Value: 5

    Novel dining experience

    Great dining experience at this lovely restaurant just a 1 minute walk to the pkayhouse. I would highly recommend this.
    Wendy George - dined in restaurant 04/03/2017

Informal steak restaurant in Edinburgh city centre

STEAK Brasserie is an informal and welcoming steak restaurant on Picardy Place. A lively bar leads on to a seductive, dimly-lit dining room with stripped walls and gleaming glasses and cutlery. In some senses, STEAK Brasserie is the charming little brother to next door’s Steak Restaurant. The diners may be slightly younger but still appreciate good quality butcher’s cuts, sleek service, a decent cocktail list and a sophisticated atmosphere.

Cook your own or leave it to chefs

As the name suggests, Steak is a big attraction here but, crucially, not the only one. Diners can choose to have the kitchen prepare their chuck-eye, rump or picanha or there is the option to cook your own meat on heated, table top lava stones. Of course, there is a Chateaubriand cut to share alongside a combination board that offers chuck-eye, kangaroo, venison and rump steak. Naturally, all the meats can be gilded with a range of sauces, toppings and sides such as chimichurri sauce, a duck egg or haggis fritters.

Other options include a burger, roast chicken breast and a crispy skinned sea bass served with cauliflower purée, toasted almonds, golden beetroot and basil.

City centre transport and attractions

STEAK Brasserie is on Picardy Place, a two minute walk for the Omni Centre and Edinburgh Playhouse. The tramline is practically outside the restaurant and Waverley is a ten minute stroll. There is very limited on-street parking and pay parking at Omni.

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