Self-taught butcher Charlie Carroll is pleased to announce the opening of Flat Iron on James Street in the heart of Marylebone. Flat Iron have built a cult following with their unwavering commitment to serving the best possible steak and will be bringing this ethos to their newest restaurant.
The signature ‘Flat Iron’ steak in which Charlie’s restaurants specialise will once again take centre stage. Taken from the often-underused feather blade of the animal, the cut is known for its very good flavour and tenderness. Flat Iron James Street will also serve two specials, the Wagyu beef burger with two patties of grass-fed British Wagyu, topped with melted cheese, pickles, onions & homemade truffle mayo and a tender ribeye, selected for its marbling and primarily from Angus cattle reared on small farms in Ayreshire.
Their much-loved beef dripping chips will once again be joined by veggie sides such as roast aubergine with tomato & basil and creamed spinach. The roasted cauliflower will make a return to the menu at James Street, alongside the brand new and indulgent crispy bone marrow garlic mash.
Flat Iron James Street will also house a heated outdoor terrace which guests can enjoy from lunch until last orders. Overlooking the bustling James street, part of St Christopher’s Place, the terrace is the perfect place to meet with family or friends and enjoy the full menu as well as Flat Iron’s beer on tap or signature cocktails such as their house Negroni or Blood Orange Old Fashioned.
‘James Street is a really exciting move for us, especially in such a challenging time. We have spent these last few months working on some new specials such as the bone marrow mash and Wagyu beef burger. Our mindset hasn’t wavered since we started as a pop-up; great steak for everyone, unparalleled quality and doing a small number of things really well. We’re really happy to be bringing this to Marylebone’ says founder Charlie.
Designed by Red Deer, the restaurant is stripped back to simple, quality materials. Rough-hewn stone, marble join solid hardwoods. There is emphasis on the reuse of found objects, repurposing Yorkshire sand stone sinks and ornate glass roofing tiles within the bar. Each and every material carrying a story, the restaurant is an exploration of delight in utility and craft.
42–44 James Street, W1