For no nonsense quality steak at a mere £10, you need to head to Flat Iron. But beware, you may need to queue; the no reservations policy means waits of 2 hours are not unusual.
The industrial styled space - all exposed brickwork, concrete, wood panelling and iron pendants - features butchers aprons and meat cleavers lining the walls. These guys are serious about steak.
The main menu consists of just one item - the Flat Iron which comes with house salad. There is a choice of sauces including Bearnaise, Peppercorn and the special Fred's sauce. Sides come in at around £3 and it's worth getting a few. The Dripping cooked chips and Creamed spinach are mouth-wateringly moorish.
If you do have 2 hours to kill before your meal, the underground bar features cocktails created by the head bar man at Happiness Forgets'. That steak will taste all the better for it.