Quietly nestled on a mews between Berkeley Square and Bond Street, Greig's has a reputation as London's best steak restaurant. Founded by Alistair Greig in 1959, its philosophy remains; the best ingredients cooked simply. Popular stalwarts on the menu are great British staples as shepherd's pie and roast beef and Yorkshire pudding. Floor to ceiling oak-panelling, thick white linen, £1000 Rothschild wines, this is typical Mayfair restaurant, naturally attracting well-off 40-something with a weakness for family-butcher Scotch steaks. Should you wonder how many wine bottles that line the restaurant walls, the answer is around 3,000 - most of them French, all seriously good. We leave you with another plus point: not a table-turning place, book a table at Greig's and it’s yours for the night.