As anyone who likes a good steak dinner in London will know, such tastes can run to rather pricey meals. So it'll be interesting to see what Cafe Rouge's 32oz 35-day dry aged Charolais Cote Du Boeuf 'Bull's Head' sharing steak is going to be like, particularly if your usual budget doesn't stretch to Hawksmoor or Goodman.
The meat in question is British-bred Charolais pure breed steak. For £45 you'll get this, Parisian style frites, buttery spinach and a choice of sauces (Merlot Beef Dripping, Roquefort and Bordelais sauces or Snails and Garlic Butter). And if you have kids the meat's the same on their menu too.
The Bull's Head steak is available from 22 March 2016 and costs £45 for two at Cafe Rouge.