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Hanger sw6 steak restaurant to open in Fulham

06 April 2016 by
Hanger sw6 steak restaurant to open in Fulham

A steak and liquor bar, which champions the hanger steak, is set to open in Fulham, London this summer.

The restaurant aims to "champion the unsung hero of the meat world - the hanger steak" by serving it at "affordable prices" using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients.

This will be the first solo venture from restaurateur Patrick Falla, who has previously worked with D&D and JW Marriott.

Chef James Burton will be heading up the kitchen, joining from Searcy's at the Gherkin. He previously trained at establishments including Stoke Park Country Club, Gleneagles and L'Enclume.

Steak cuts will be supplied daily by Hixson's of Smithfield and will be priced at around £10 per person. The menu will also feature a hanger steak sandwich, served with sticky onions, watercress and mustard in ciabatta.

Desserts will include a hanger sundae made with meringue, fruit curd and vanilla and lemon pie ice cream, chocolate orange brownies and cornflake ice-cream.

The venue will be designed by Patrick and Nicola Harding Design. The space will feature distressed walls and a partially open kitchen offering.

The restaurant is expected to be open from Tuesday to Sunday.

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