As any steak-lover will know, you usually have to go a long way to find a great steak in a restaurant, writes Jon Boyle.
In fact, it’s such a rare occurrence that I specifically remember the last time. It was four years ago in Malta – and that heavenly melt-in-yourmouth cut of fillet steak set me back a whopping 50 Euros.
So imagine my relief when I found an outstanding steak restaurant that isn’t 1,800 miles away across Europe, and doesn’t cost the earth.
That restaurant is Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill, located on the outside of Stadium MK.
My medium-rare 10 ounce sirloin steak with triple cooked chips tasted like it had been cooked by the great man Marco himself, who at 33 became the youngest ever chef to be awarded three Michelin stars.
And our extra sides of creamed cabbage & bacon, crispy onion rings, garlic mushrooms and steakhouse green salad were delicious.
Elli enjoyed her eight ounce fillet steak with grilled shrimps in garlic and rosemary butter too, and she particularly praised its seasoning.
She isn’t the easiest person to impress either (see photo above).
Well done to Marco Pierre White Steakhouse for a rare great steak meal. You’ve made this MK steak-lover very happy.