Gathering on a Sunday night with my husband, my 2 years' old daughter and my parents from abroad (I'm Polish), I decided to have a dinner in Steak & Co.
Leicester Square was very busy, since it was right before Christmas, and we needed a break to chill out after crazy gift shopping.
As soon as we got close to the doors, a very friendly host opened the door for us and greeted our group with a smile.
The staff promptly allocated us to a table. The atmosphere was really nice, with soft music and cosy lighting; so we felt immediately at ease and relaxed.
The tables around were occupied by a different range of people: other families, some couples and groups of friends, contributing to a good festive mood around us.
The décor in Steak & Co. is quite stylish but unpretentious, so we felt welcome even if we were just wearing our day clothes.
My baby daughter got a special high chair, and the staff seemed pleased of having a baby in the restaurant (and believe me, this doesn't happen in many restaurants, especially in crowded west end).
They told us they are launching a new product, the Steak Stone, and my husband decided to give it a try along with my dad. My mum and I decided to take chicken Alfredo.
The Steak Stone concept was explained clearly on a table display, and the waitress gave us further information + a list of wine suggestion; we ordered a nice rose, with a reasonable price.
Also, we shared an onion loaf (which I've never seen before), some fries and a mixed salad.
The Steak Stone caused a big attention among the nearby tables: it came sizzling to our table, with the hot stone cooking a side of the steaks. Funny enough, the family sitting opposite us, eventually decided to take a steak stone, clearly amazed by our dish! We felt kind of VIP!
Fries come in a tiny metal basket, which resembles the old frying baskets, such a stylish note, I've never seen these baskets in any other restaurants.
Sauces were really tasty, and my daughter enjoyed di