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#FtLionAwards 2019 - Best Steak of the Year?

#FtLionAwards 2019 – Best Steak of the Year?

After the #FtLionAwards 2019 Best Kebab of the Year (proudly sponsored by non alcoholic distribution company Azanti, which promotes a #soberlifestyle), we continue with Best Steak of the Year.

And we want you to participate because not only do you have the chance of voting for your favourite on our Instagram and Facebook pages, but you’ll also be entered into our prize draw with the chance of winning a special box of six premium beverages by Azanti.

So we want you to either: 1) vote for the following nominees, or 2) let us know both your favourite dish and the place you had it, all on our Facebook and/or Instagram pages.


#FtLionAwards 2019 Wagyu-Ribeye-Ribeye-Steakhouse

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What an impressive establishment Ribeye Steakhouse in Manchester is! Not only are they fully Halal, with the city’s first dry bar, but also presented this 300-400 days corn fed, minimum grade-5, and “fully traceable from farm to fork” Ribeye (9oz) Wagyu.

A glistening piece of meat beautifully branded by a tapestry of criss-crossed grill marks across its dark exterior. The taste of the Wagyu was everything we could have hoped for and more. Just sheer quality with that sweet meaty umaminess permeating with every bite savoured. Juicy and tender, this was a truly memorable experience that was worth the visit alone!


#FtLionAwards 2019 - Best Steak of the Year?-Creekstone-Sirloin-Ribeye-Steakhouse

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And this gorgeous piece of Creekstone was also presented by Ribeye Steakhouse. This lightly marbled bar of beef was tenderness personified, with a light umami flavour which we couldn’t get enough of. It was simply presented with some greens, vine tomatoes and a small pot of sauce.


#FtLionAwards 2019 - Best Steak of the Year?-Porterhouse-Sahara-Grill

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Sahara Grill in Hounslow certainly matched its interior with this alluring Porterhouse Steak which, quite naturally, was pink on the inside and more juicier towards the T-bone.

Being topped with soft, lightly browned onions, it also came with a saucer of picante gravy, which was watery in consistency with only a hint of spice to it, as well as plenty of chips and a pair of cherry tomatoes.


#FtLionAwards 2019 The-Tomahawk-The-Ranch

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There’s a good reason why The Ranch in Hornchurch designated this 1kg Tomahawk as its signature steak. As you can see, aside from looking the part, this slab of meat served on the bone was requested medium, and that’s precisely how it turned out, with a deliciously crispy perimeter.

Not only was this gorgeously charred, turning out beautifully tender and succulent, but really well seasoned too with plenty of sea salt. This had us hooked from the very first cut, to the very last morsel gnawed off the bone by one Lion who went utterly carnivorous on us!


#FtLionAwards 2019-Rib-Eye-The-Steak-Restaurant

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Of the four steaks had at The Steak Restaurant in Hatch End, this Rib Eye was our favourite, being cooked just about medium if not slightly over.

We found that not only did the extensive charring provide that smoky taste, but also brought out the deep rich flavour we’re all familiar with when it comes to Rib Eye. It came with a peppercorn sauce that helped make this a more enjoyable eat.

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