From wine house to steakhouse
The restaurant was opened in 2010 in an erstwhile brewery. It not only retained the distinctive old-worldly charm of the building but accentuated it with warm lighting and parquet flooring. The 142-cover restaurant is known for rich and succulent steaks which are best accompanied by their range of snazzy cocktails.
The restaurant’s classic char-grilled steaks are made from traditional British breeds sourced from The Ginger Pig, award-winning butchers. You can enjoy them with a choice of custom sauces and sides including the delectable bone marrow gravy. Though it’s highly unlikely, but just in case you’re not in the mood for steak, you can also opt for chicken, sea bream or native lobster with garlic butter.
If you’re on a budget or have a date with the theater, we suggest that you try the Express Menu, available at non-peak hours.