Sometimes a menu with too much choice can be overwhelming. But what if there’s no menu at all?
Opening in SW London in early November 2015, Orange Elephant will offer no menus, no fuss, only succulent steaks cooked to perfection with a side salad and hand cut chips for £20.
Succulent steak cooked to perfection. This is the mantra on which the new Orange Elephant steak restaurant was conceived. Opening its doors in a boutique area of the Fulham Road, fondly known as ‘The Beach’, in November 2015, Orange Elephant will have no menu, inviting guests to come for one thing and one thing only – delicious 12oz sirloin steak cooked to perfection served with a special house sauce, a side salad and portion of hand cut chips for an impressive £20.
Named after the magnificent breed of South Devonshire cow from which the delicious steaks are sourced, Orange Elephants are the largest of the native British cattle, with their nickname deriving from their wide faces, big ears and rust coloured coats. Alongside the signature steak, Orange Elephant will also serve a mouth-watering, gourmet truffle Mac n’ Cheese for vegetarians as well as the showstopper Tomahawk steak, guaranteed to delight even the most discerning foodies. The huge Tomahawk cut is designed for sharing, served on the bone and with delicate marbelling which gives it an enhanced sweet and rich flavour.
Orange Elephant’s signature steak is carefully sourced from independent British farms, and created from specially selected cuts of quality beef which has been aged for a minimum of 32 days. The casual dining concept will honour the art of the simple steak, adding a finesse and flare certain to tantalise the taste buds.
351 Fulham Road