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Classic British Steak House in Manchester – Miller & Carter

by S. H.
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Reasonably priced quality steak at a dependable chain

In order to write this post, S did some research on Miller & Carter, and found some interesting pieces of information. Miller & Carter is owned by Mitchells & Butlers which also owns Browns Restaurant, All Bar One and Harvester etc. The branch that S visited was the one in Manchester City centre which is on Kings Street, and it’s quite close to Annyeong Korean Restaurant & Bar and Albert Square.

Classic British Steak House in Manchester - Miller & Carter

The restaurant was bigger than S thought before she walked in. The interior had a classic old fashioned red theme with wooden decor and leather booths. The staff was friendly and the service was quite efficient.

There are different sets of menus that you can choose from, and the menu S tried that day was their main menu. The steaks S tried were the T Bone 20oz(£30.95) and the Ribeye 12oz(£23.95). Moreover, the good thing about Miler and Carter is that there are so many options for your wedge dressing and steak sauce. The dessert was Classic Crème Brûlée(£5.95) since S didn’t have much space after since the meal was quite filling.

Classic British Steak House in Manchester - Miller & Carter

The lettuce from the wedge was pretty fresh, yet the dressing was a bit too little for S. S ordered the T Bone medium rare, but it turned out to be medium rather than medium rare. However, it didn’t really affect the taste for the steak. The good thing about having T Bone is that both sides of the bone are different cuts, which means you can try both sirloin and filet at the same time. This means you can experience different textures and flavours in the same steak.

Classic British Steak House in Manchester - Miller & Carter
T Bone 20oz

Since there were already sirloin and filet from the T Bone cuts, S decided to order Ribeye to see what’s the difference between their ribeye, sirloin and filet. Ribeye had a bit more fat compared to the T Bone steak, yet some people might prefer it since it gave the steak a bit of texture. S asked for medium rare even though the recommendation suggested medium, and this cut came perfectly as medium rare.

S wanted something light and refreshing as an ending for this meal, and the Classic Crème Brûlée was a perfect choice. The madagascan vanilla glazed Brûlée was not too sweet which was perfect for S. You can scooped the Brûlée with the biscuit which gives it a perfect touch.

Classic British Steak House in Manchester - Miller & Carter
Classic Crème Brûlée

Overall, the steak from Miller and Carter was spot on, and it’s definitely a good place if you want some good steak. However, there are some other great steak places in Manchester if you want to try, such as Alton Bar & Beef and The Grill on New York Street.

Restaurant info:
Address: 53 King St, Manchester M2 4LQ
Phone: 0161 839 2846
Opening hours: Sun.-Thur. 12-11pm/Fri. and Sat. 12pm-12am
Site: https://www.millerandcarter.co.uk

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