9 of the best steak restaurants in Leeds

Craving a juicy steak dinner?

Saturday, 8th June 2019, 19:20 pm
Leeds isn't short of a steak house or two

Leeds isn't short of a steak house or two and these nine restaurants are some of the best in the city.

Serving more than 15 types of meat in the traditional Gaucho style, including sirloin, filet mignon, ribeye and cap of rump, this Brazilian eatery is a meat lovers dream - and you can eat as much as you want until you're full.
Offering a wide selection of steaks, served on or off the bone, high quality meats are guaranteed here. The 30 day aged prime steak cuts are a standout on the menu, with the likes of ribeye, sirloin and rump cuts to choose from.
This upmarket and modern restaurant is perfect for special evenings out. The prime beef cuts are all aged for at least 28 days and cooked over charcoal on a Josper Grill to really seal in the flavour.

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Tucked away in the Radisson Blu hotel in The Light, this stylish grill house boasts an impressive selection of steaks, which are all cooked on a Josper Grill to lend the food a wonderfully smoky, chargrilled flavour.
A firm favourite in Leeds for steak, this Argentinian eatery is renowned for its boutique dining experience and fine cuts of meat, which are sourced from the Pampas plains of Argentina.
Another of the citys popular Brazilian eateries that allows you to take the dining experience into your own hands, diners are given a green disc to indicate they are ready for service and a red to show when they've had enough.
All of the steaks are wet and dry aged for a minimum of 28 days and are left to breathe for 24 hours before cooking to improve the quality. Choose from premium cuts of sirloin, ribeye or fillet, served with thick cut chips or mash.
Succulent steaks are a speciality at this trendy brasserie-style restaurant. Prime cuts are sourced from traditionally reared, grass-fed cattle and are lightly seasoned and flash-grilled to perfection on hot coals.
Boasting a menu which is based around a charcoal grill, The Good Luck Club dishes up a tasty selection of steak dishes to tuck into, including steak frites, a succulent steak sandwich and a steak fajita skewer.