Tuck in at one of our sumptuous steak houses
Whether you’re savouring a rare rump or indulging in a generous bone-in sirloin perfect for sharing, few culinary experiences compare to the deliciousness of a flawlessly cooked Honeycomb House steak. Our tantalising combination of smokiness and char, coupled with the melt-in-your-mouth tenderness of the fat, is something our steak chefs have a meticulous knack for, as well as sourcing the best local cuts and produce. Keep reading to see some of the top UK steak houses in the Honeycomb House collection.
Chequers, in Marlow, Buckinghamshire
In the picturesque town of Marlow, Buckinghamshire, Chequers is a pub and restaurant very much on the UK map for steak lovers. This charming pub is a jewel in our crown of Honeycomb House steak houses, in part down to the Butcher’s Block – where you have the freedom to select your preferred cut and size before our chefs cook it to your liking. There’s also our famous selection of sharer steaks, from an 800g Cote de Beouf to a 450g Chateaubriand. And no visit to Chequers is complete without a generous slathering of our secret Chequers steak sauce.
The Bull on Bell Street, in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire
For a little bit of Honeycomb House history while you tuck into a tasty steak, head over to the birthplace of our renowned Brakspear beer brand, The Bull on Bell Street. This much-loved, 18th-century Henley pub boasts some of the best steaks in the area, including a 10oz Picanha Brazilian Cut Rump and moreish Chargrilled Côte De Boeuf sharer. There’s also a roaring open fire to cosy up to with a glass of wine before your steak and a magically lit covered courtyard for dining, come rain or shine.
The Sheep on Sheep Street, in Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds
If you’re looking for a cosy steak house with a relaxed pub atmosphere in Stow-on-the-Wold, The Sheep on Sheep Street is a top choice. Tucked away in the charming embrace of this pretty market town, The Sheep is a plush pub loved by locals for its eclectic décor and feature fireplace, unbeatable collection of craft beers and, of course, fantastic selection of steaks – including succulent sirloins, hearty fillets and sizzling Picanha Brazilian Rump Cut.
The Frogmill, in Andoversford, Cotswolds
While The Frogmill has all the quirks and charm of a quintessentially British country pub, this place isn’t like any other steak restaurants you’ll find in nearby Cheltenham. Whether you’re feeling a 12oz Dry Aged Sirloin on the Bone, our buzzed-about 800g Chargrilled Côte De Boeuf to share, or something else from our moreish menu, this unassuming steak spot houses a Spanish Josper coal-fired oven and American smoker, which plays a starring role in our signature grilled steaks.
Egypt Mill, in Nailsworth, Cotswolds
A visit to Egypt Mill promises a memorable fusion of history, stunning Cotswold views and mouth-watering gastronomic experiences. Housed inside a beautifully converted 16th-century mill, this unique steak house of ours is celebrated for its sumptuous collection of classic steak dishes, plus the option to enjoy a private dining experience in our cosy Wheel Room and sip drinks afterwards on the serene waterside terrace.
The Lion, in Wendlebury, Bicester, Oxfordshire
The Lion in Bicester is a gem of a steak house in the heart of this charming town and near the well-known shopping destination, Bicester Village. Inside this rustic country steak restaurant, you’ll find stylish flagstone floors, plush furnishings and historic timber beams, and the chance to tuck into some of Oxfordshire’s best steaks. If you happen to visit The Lion on a cold and wintery day, remember to grab a spot in front of our warm and cosy open fireside before we sit you down for a steak lunch or dinner.