Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar

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

Top offer

Star Deal - 3 courses & a cocktail £28 per person

Available Mon-Sun until 3 February 2019, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service.



Main course: £22
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.

Restaurant description

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. Valet parking is also available on site.

Customer reviews for Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar
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  • romantic (237)
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  • child friendly (54)
  • lunch (366)
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  • By Julia D from Folkestone
    10 November 2018

    We dined on a Saturday evening and booked through ‘Book a table’ The price was very good value for a 3 course dinner including a cocktail. The food was really nice, the staff were attentive, the atmosphere was relaxing, couldn’t fault at all. We chose the steak as our main and it was one of the best steaks that I have had! We will be returning. Good location too.

  • By John P from London
    9 November 2018

    Lovely venue and great food on a terrible night outside

  • By Susan S from Ascot
    8 November 2018

    The restaurant was very busy nevertheless we had excellent service from our waiter and the food arrived promptly, was delicious and hot. This is my 3rd visit and there will be more.

  • By Paul H from London West End
    31 October 2018

    Very enjoyable lunch. The steaks were excellent as was the desserts. The staff were attentive without being intrusive. Pleased to recommend.

  • By Ronny O from Waterloo
    27 October 2018

    Ambience was nice, staff friendly and helpful. Food was very good and yummy!

  • By Katriin R from London
    26 October 2018

    Evrything was delishous, but the food service was a bit slow, the restaurant was not even that busy but the dishes took ages to come out

  • By Sylvie J from London
    25 October 2018

    Lovely location. Good views. Stylish interior. Staff pleasant and attentive. We were booked in for the special 3 course meal with cocktail. Unfortunately, and in spite of the menu for this offer being quite limited, several items were unavailable "due to the chef not being happy enough to serve the dish" so we were offered to have main courses from the main menu at no extra charge. We were also given a tasty "amuse-bouche" free of charge. My catch of the day was trout and it was good but nothing special. My friend found the rib-eye steak rather chewy. The lamb dish was fine. Unfortunately, we were short of time (going to the theatre) so didn't have time to have our dessert. The waiter offered for us to return after the theatre to have it then but the play was due to finish at 10pm and Gilray's closed for orders at 10pm so this wasn't possible. In the end, we paid for a 2 course meal with cocktail but it didn't seem to be any cheaper than the 3 course meal with cocktail (£28). Overall, a very nice place to go for a meal (always prefer one-offs than chain restaurants) and the service was good. Disappointing, however, that several of the dishes were unavailable.

  • By Tom H from London
    14 October 2018

    Incredible from the moment we arrived, the service was amazing as was the food, we will definitely be visiting again.

  • By Vivien R from Dartford
    10 October 2018

    5 of us had a lovely 3 course lunch. The service from Paulo the manager and Sanda the waitress was outstanding . They were attentive at all times. My only criticism was my steak was tough and I only consumed a few mouthfuls. Everyone else's was fine. The mackerel starter was superb and tasty.

  • By Ann H from Redhill
    10 October 2018

    Beautiful restaurant overlooking the river. Very pleasant staff. Portion sizes bigger than expected, really good steak. Recommend black cherry bake well tart.

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Gillray's Steakhouse & Bar
County Hall Westminster Bridge Road Entrance via Marriott Hotel or Queens Walk, London, SE1 7PB