Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill

  • Jan. 7, 2022
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill

– An excellent meat lover’s delight, with a variety of cuts to savor.

For one of the trending steakhouses located in the dazzling Fairmont Bab Al Bahr Hotel, cozy isn’t the first word that comes to mind, but as you go past the lines of luxury cars and down the stairs to the quiet, low-lit eatery with plush chairs, you’ll feel right at home – and ready for a meaty experience. (It’s for this reason that you’ve come.) Guests at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill are seated in booths and armchairs throughout the restaurant. You feel like you’re at an elevated pub with the fire crackling. You don’t have to dress up for supper. Families in jeans sat next to late-night business diners in suits and low-key dates during our stay. There’s no need to pretend you know your ribeye from your sirloin because the knowledgeable staff will gladly share their recommendations with you – without pressuring you to buy anything. Enjoy the conversation and know you’ll receive that medium-rare striploin if you’re a meat aficionado.

Most individuals will choose the unlimited steak and sides if they aren’t picky about cuts when it comes to meat. The bargain is a great chance to test a few different ones without committing, and our waitress noted that after a belly-busting first steak, you could always try a smaller portion of any of the four alternatives. If you choose a saltier appetizer, such as smoked salmon, keep in mind that the food is highly seasoned. Balance is provided by a salad or toffee pudding.

Sharing platters and starters, notably the piping-hot sourdough bread that comes at the table for anything else, keep guests occupied. Of course, this is a carnivore’s paradise, as indicated by the butcher-style meat hanging conspicuously in the display case. The people come for the steaks and barbecues.

If you happen to be a vegetarian (sorry), there are a few options available, as well as fish (fish and chips) and other main courses such as lamb and duck.

Some purists claim that a fine cut of meat doesn’t require sauce. The staff at Marco’s is ready to let you try all three (béarnaise, mushroom, and peppercorn) so you can pick a favorite or two or three. There isn’t a dud among them. Triple-cooked chips, mushrooms, and French green beans on the front of the side are all easy to consume and match nicely with the cuts, plus they can be repeated as part of the unlimited menu.

Are you looking for something sweet? Classic British desserts like sticky toffee pudding, Eton mess, and treacle pie keep the comfort food vibes going.

Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill is ideal for unwinding, with dim lighting, comfortable chairs, and a fireplace. After all that meat, you’re probably going to need a nap.