Launching on Caledonian Road in October, the restaurant will serve its signature ‘flat iron’ steak, alongside an array of specialist cuts including underblade fillet; tri tip; and rump cap.
The menu of side dishes will be the same as the restaurant’s other sites, with several new menu items including fries cooked in wagyu beef fat and made-to-order ice cream frozen instantly on a super-cooled slab.
The bar will offer make-your-own Bloody Mary boxes, comprising chestnut smoked vodka, beef tea made with dry aged shin, horseradish and Bloody Mary spices with tomato juice.
Earlier this year, managing director of Flat Iron Jo Fleet confirmed that the group was planning to open a further two to three restaurants in London in 2018. Speaking at the Casual Dining Show, Fleet said the company was looking to grow its five-strong footprint in the capital despite “uncertain” conditions in the market.
Founded by self-taught butcher Charlie Carroll, Flat Iron started out as a pop-up in Shoreditch and opened its first permanent site in Soho in 2012.
The group has its own herd of Yorkshire cattle, and Carroll works with beef farmer Charles Ashbridge to source native breeds which are then butchered on site in the group’s Covent Garden restaurant.