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Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar

County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, Entrance via Marriott Hotel or Queens Walk, London, SE1 7PB +44 2035512096

((((* British
Average
Main course: £26
Food spend: £40
Opening hours
Monday to Friday: 06:30 - 11:00 & 12:00 - 22:30. Saturday & Sunday: 07:00 - 11:00 & 12:00 - 22:30.

Myself and my husband had lunch at Gilrays to celebrate my birthday. A lovely experience the service was excellent and the food delicious. The complimentary Yorkshire puddings with cheese were an added bonus. Will be visiting again the set meal was excellent value for money .

Marie Grubb 01 May 2015
from London

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Winner of 2 AA Rosettes, Gillray’s Steakhouse and Bar at the London Marriott Hotel County Hall showcases classic English dishes and mouth-watering 35-day aged steaks from O’Sheas Butchers. Cutting-edge cocktails offer the latest in mixology trends, while bespoke furniture turns the South Bank restaurant into a contemporary haven. Dedicated to James Gillray, with caricatures and his artwork on display, Gillray's in London boasts stunning views of Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye.

The speciality at Gillray’s restaurant is undoubtedly steak. On the A La Carte Menu, a huge selection of cuts is offered both on and off the bone, with an assortment of sauces to include Red Wine and Bone Marrow or Tarragon Butter. For fish lovers, South Coast Lemon sole is served with creamy parsley butter. Home Cured Pastrami Sandwich is another new favourite served in a brioche bun. Sides and extras include Truffle and Old Winchester Chips, Heritage Carrots in Fennel Honey, Creamed Spinach or our delicious Gillray’s House Summer Salad.

On the desserts side Gillray’s Award winning Cheese Table is showcased featuring the finest artisan cheeses sourced from across England. You may also wish to try our Flourless Chocolate Cake, Seasonal Meringue Pie or our Signature Traditional Sherry Trifle. Try to keep some room but if not you can always walk it off along the Southbank!

Waterloo Train Station is a 7-minute walk from Gillray’s Steakhouse and Bar on the South Bank. Gillray's can be accessed via the main entrance to the London Marriott Hotel on Westminster Bridge Road. Alternatively, enter via the South Bank (Queen's Walk), above the London Aquarium. Valet parking is also available on site.

Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar

County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, Entrance via Marriott Hotel or Queens Walk, London, SE1 7PB

Contact +44 2079028000
Reservations +44 2035512096
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Customer reviews for Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar

4.1 ((((* (based on 198 reviews)
84% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • al fresco (4)
  • ((((( by from London

    Fantastic location,service and food!

  • ((((( by from London

    Very enjoyable evening. Good atmosphere, delicious food and attentive yet not overbearing staff. Cocktail menu is extensive. We ate from the set menu which had good variety and was excellent value for money. We will definitely be back.

  • (((** by from London

    Was left waiting 20 minutes for the table and no apology or complimentary drink was offered.

    Restaurant was a basic looking room asides the nice chandelliers and they played modern music, which I was not expecting.

    Staff were very friendly and helpful.

    You get a tablet when you enter with the drinks list and description, which was pretty impressive.

    Food was tasty and well presented.

    So a poor start that slowly redemmed itself, however compared to other restaurants of similar prices I think was a little overpriced for what it was.

    I say this as I can be a little snobby, as the restaurant did not look that great, although the view was nice. Also I have never heard contemporary music in a fine dining restaurant either.

    Worth a visit but if you want the ambience and fine dining experience I would go elsewhere.

  • ((((* by from London

    Venue and service was excellent, food is average.

  • ((((( by from London

    Myself and my husband had lunch at Gilrays to celebrate my birthday. A lovely experience the service was excellent and the food delicious. The complimentary Yorkshire puddings with cheese were an added bonus. Will be visiting again the set meal was excellent value for money .

  • ((((( by from Kent

    Absolutely brilliant. Had requested a table with a view as were there celebrating our anniversary, this was done. Staff were amazing, service and food was great and we had complimentary bubbly with an extra dessert to celebrate our anniversary.

  • (((** by from London

    Great setting. Food quite good tho the 'crispy lamb shoulder' surprised us when it came as a crispy croquette with lamb inside. Make sure you know what you're ordering. Service was poor, in fact non existent until I complained and then it was excellent. But lacked a degree of professionalism 12.5% service charge added automatically then space on bill for gratuity. Outrageous. I declined the former (which mostly goes to HO) and paid latter.
    So a nice evening but not amazing. The cocktail was excellent though.

  • ((((( by from London

    Amazing! I recommend the agin infused Salmon

  • ((((( by from Tunbridge Wells

    excellent food, service and views of the Thames!

  • ((((( by from Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

    This was my second visit to Gillrays as I had been previously through bookatable with a friend. That should tell you straightaway that I enjoyed the experience and wished to repeat it. Suffice to say, I wasn't disappointed. The menu is really interesting and the service friendly and welcoming. Coupled, if you're lucky, with a window overlooking the Thames, a lovely dining experience in an iconic building.

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