This place is a cross between a pub and a steakhouse, and a very successful one. As the name suggests, the menu is big on meat in all shapes and forms – a josper grill, a complete selection of steaks, huge burgers — there seems to be nothing the chef doesn’t know about meat. The menu is very simple, yet inventive, slanting towards comfort food with things like homemade potato chips and beer snacks. Baked goods are done in-house. The meat is cooked to perfection, from the crust all the way to the middle, flavorful and fragrant. By the way, if you’ve never tried bull’s testicles, this is your chance. In some countries they are considered to be the utmost delicacy. When it comes to drinks, they bar serves over 75 kinds of whiskeys and bourbons and 11 draft taps of beers to choose from.
Cow Bar is all about meat, drinks and music. It’s simple and rustic with brick walls, wood, tiles, a 12-meter bar counter and an open terrace. The light here deserves a special mention – dimmed for a relaxed feel, but with spotlights on the tables. There’s live jazz and blues performances or karaoke on alternative days. Altogether it’s that kind of place, where you know good things happen, especially if you order a steak.
Sun-Thu 12 PM – 1 AM
Fri-Sat 12 PM – 2 AM
Roast saddle of mutton ≈$22
Four cheese burger ≈$12
Pork pan with zucchini, eggplant, bell pepper and tomato ≈$8