Rowley's restaurant is in historic premises in Jermyn Street, St James's. It's been Rowley's since 1976 but goes back way before that to 1790 when Richard Wall was apprenticed to a pork butcher in the nearby St James's Market. He developed the business and it became the famous Wall's butcher's shop, a company still renowned for their family's sausages. Rowley's menu is mainly for hearty meat eaters, although there are a few dishes for non-carnivores (Battered cod, Mushroom & spinach risotto etc). Here you will find aged cuts of entrecote steak, rib eye, fillet and cote du boeuf and the British chicken supreme. We tried the excellent Chateaubriand, a whole fillet of beef, sliced and presented in a pan to keep hot on a burner on the table. With a garnish of beef tomato and watercress, it is presented with an inexhaustible serving of fries. A great meal for connoisseurs of beautiful beef - you just can't beat it because it is so good.
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