This cosy, intimate dining room has been a long-time favourite of west London dwellers — especially for those carnivores in the know. They say it’s the best steak in London, and many – including one restaurant reviewer who contributes to the Telegraph/Guardian/Evening Standard – seem to agree. Here you’ll find a simple menu of steaks, chips and salad: no starters, no sides. Beef is 100% grass fed from the Scottish Highlands and hung for a minimum of 28 days. Choose either a rump, sirloin, ribeye, filet or T-bone in five different sizes (6-30oz), that’s then simply grilled: no salt, no oil, no seasoning – they’re that good. Add white tablecloths, soft candlelight, an interesting wine list and homemade desserts, and you can see why Popeseye is such a local favourite.