Angus Steak House, Coventry Street, Haymarket

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Angus Steak House
Angus Steak House, 21 Coventry Street, Haymarket
London  W1D 7AE
+44 (0) 20 7839 1059
 British menu
Opening hours:
Sunday 10 AM–1 AM   Monday 10 AM–1 AM   Tuesday 10 AM–1 AM   Wednesday 10 AM–1 AM   Thursday 10 AM–1 AM   Friday 10 AM–1 AM   Saturday 10 AM–1 AM
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Angus Steak House is part of a large chain with outlets all over London, offering British food but as the name suggests with an emphasis on beef. The restaurant caters well for children and can accommodate private parties upon request.

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Other restaurants near this one:

TGI Fridays is an expensive American restaurant in Coventry Street, less than ¼ mile from Angus Steak House. TGI Fridays is a large American chain of restaurants with predictably huge portions of American food, energetic waiting staff and a 'bar and grill' interior - great fun for kids. This branch can cater for private parties upon request.

Tiger Tiger is a pricey restaurant at 29 Haymarket, less than ¼ mile away. Tiger Tiger is a great place to meet friends for lunch, grab some after work cocktails and a bite to eat, or enjoy a weekend party eating, drinking and dancing until late. Tiger Tiger are famous for their mix of stylish bars, extensive cocktail and wine lists and informal Grill menu, all set to a classic soundtrack.

The Rainforest Cafe is an expensive American restaurant in Coventry Street, less than ¼ mile from Angus Steak House. As you would expect, this restaurant has a tropical theme with rain showers, waterfalls and thunder and lightning in this giant restaurant with seating for over 600 people. The menu is your typical American fare.

PizzaExpress is a mid-cost pizzeria at 26 Haymarket, less than ¼ mile away. It provides takeaway, air conditioning, vegetarian dishes, bar, gift vouchers, disabled access, outdoor seating

Yo! Sushi is a pricey Japanese restaurant in Rupert Street, less than ¼ mile from Angus Steak House. Yo! Sushi is a very modern Sushi restaurant with many branches. There are many attractions that make this restaurant so unique, including the staff who are trained karaoke singers and the moving conveyor belt which transports the food so that customers can view the dishes and make their selection.

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Local pubs

The Comedy Pub is in Oxendon Street, less than ¼ mile from Angus Steak House. Comedy Pub serve a wide variety of food such as steak, fish & chips, Thai dishes, snacks and sandwiches. They have also comedy sketches and karaoke.

The Comedy Store is at 1a Oxendon Street, less than ¼ mile away. The Comedy Store host live stand-up routines for over 18's only from up and coming as well as veteran comedians. A bar and diner is available for you to enjoy an informal meal whilst having a laugh with friends.

Piccadilly Institute is in Piccadilly Circus, less than ¼ mile from Angus Steak House

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