Review on Beast
Beast restaurant comes from the Russian owned Goodman group, well known for their eponymous steakhouses and their Burger & Lobster chain. A short walk from Oxford Street on Chapel Place, the subterranean venue is accessed by the lift which opens onto floor to ceiling tanks full of king crabs and fridges containing in-house drying Nebraskan steaks. The candlelit room features an open kitchen where diners are seated at one of the three, six metre oak communal tables, decorated with dripping candelabras.
This is indulgent dining with a price tag to match showcasing starters in the shape of Finnish Caviar from the Sturgeon fish currently costing £90, or a more economical choice would be the Sicilian Red Prawns. When it comes to main courses there's a whole Norwegian crab if you fancy a splurge, or there's smaller sizes priced per kilogram. Carnivores will delight in the various cuts of in-house dried Nebraskan beef where the minimum order is 600g. If you still have room for dessert there's cheesecake or semi-freddo.
The wine list is an impressive tome fronted by high class names such as a Screaming Eagle cabernet sauvignon, costing in excess of three thousand pounds, but fortunately there are less expensive options, as well as beers and cocktails on offer.
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Steak / Seafood
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 10.30pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express