Offer available between 12:00 and 18:00, Mon-Fri. Subject to availability
Found in the historic, 5-star London Marriott Hotel County Hall, Gillray’s Steakhouse & Bar is best known for its stunning panoramic views, as well as its delicious Aberdeen Angus steaks, aged for 35 days from O’Sheas Butchers. With its prime location on the Southbank, diners can tuck into their steak while taking in views of the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye.
The Gillray’s menu begins with the like of hand-chopped steak tartare, followed by an array of steak cuts for mains. Bone-in fillet, prime rib or t-bone are joined by bones options of fillet, sirloin or ribeye, as well as special butcher’s cuts of skirt and rump steak.
Gillray’s London also offer a range of sides and steak toppers, including-triple cooked chips, Lyburn dauphinoise, tenderstem broccoli, toasted almonds and chilli. Sauces include red wine, Oxford blue, peppercorn and béarnaise.
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 Shrek's Adventure, near the London Eye. Valet parking is also available on site.
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18 December 2019
We went for my wife’s birthday with family Food excellent Staff couldn’t do enough for us Even laid on extras for my wife Alexandra was excellent Would definitely go back
17 December 2019
Good value fixed menu, great steak let down by over-attentive service at the start and the totally forgotten about while waiting half an hour for the pudding to arrive despite asking numerous times and the restaurant being less than 50% full.
14 December 2019
Really lovely evening spent at Gillrays! It would be good to have some cheaper wines to choose from as the cheapest bottle was £31!!!
13 December 2019
Lovely meal we all thoroughly enjoyed it. Staff friendly & attentive. Good gorgeous. Thank you for birthday cake wonderful touch xx
12 December 2019
We really enjoyed our lunch at Gilrays- the food was delicious and the service was so impressive--friendly and attentive.
12 December 2019
Great meal and very good value
11 December 2019
Have been several times and service was excellent as usual and food great value for money
7 December 2019
Disappointed that a number of items on the menu were not available - over priced for what we had - nice setting though
2 December 2019
Good food and location. Very good service thanks to Silvia who gave us all info and assistance!!! Hope to see you soon!
1 December 2019
I booked a table for their advertised 3 courses & cocktail menu for £28 per person. We had an easy walk up to County Hall which is very convenient from the Royal Festival Hall after attending a really enjoyable classical concert there. The bar and restaurant at Gillrays is welcoming with impressive views over the river and Parliament. The ambience equally good. Unfortunately the meal did not live up to expectations or the price tag! After passable cocktails the first course was served, I had the smoked chicken, tarragon and quail egg terrine which was nice. My two guests both had hot smoked salmon salad which came with hard boiled eggs though not described on the menu and which one guest left as he does not like eggs. There was not much smoked salmon on the plates even though it was only a starter. I ordered rib eye steak, medium rare but erring towards the rarer side. The small wooden label stuck on the top of the steak read medium rare but actually it was very rare. Though rarer than I usually like, it was OK and the steak quite tasty but for most people it would have to be sent back. After we left the restaurant my guests said their spatchcock chicken was ordinary and the seabream was tasteless. We also ordered extra vegetables - an excellent dish of spinach and broccoli which had been overboiled and did not taste at all good. We shared the lemon curd meringue pie (£3 extra). Unfortunately the pastry was much too hard and tasted like carboard. It was un-edible and was left. We had two pots of tea, a coffee and only one glass of wine. When the bill arrived which was £134.33 including the service charge I told the waitress who had been serving us that the lemon curd meringue pie was inedible which she said she was sorry. As a venue it is a fun place but I would not recommend anybody to eat there.
Steak & Chips £15