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Restaurant review: Kew Grill
Location: Kew Green, nearest station is Kew Gardens which is on the district line.
Meal choice: I had a chateubriand, I did share it! I had it with béarnaise sauce, truffle triple cooked chips 😍, some bacon greens and then desert was a chocolate brownie!! The steak is honestly SO good, and the truffle chips are one of my favourite treats. And I mean... you can see the brownie.
Drinks: I had a glass of the Cabernet Sauvignon which was v nice (ok maybe I had two glasses 😂) About the restaurant: The interior is super rustic and chilled, and the waiters are so lovely and helpful!
Rating out of 5: 4.5
Would I recommend you to go: if you’re a steak lover 100 percent, there are other options but I’d say it’s pretty tricky if you’re veggie/ vegan ! 💕💕