Lurra will be opening on 2 September.
- Private Dining
- Outside Seating Area
Lurra will take its influence from the traditional charcoal and wood grills “Erretegia” found all over the Basque Country. This is a great culinary tradition that enhances flavours, aromas and respects the virtues of the product.
Best steak in London for sure with simple but impressive wine list.
This is the fifth time at Lurra but the first for work, who were all impressed. The steak is stunning but so too are the starters, tapas, turbot etc. We will be back soon.
Always a pleasure to eat at Lurra quality in every aspect.
The beef and suckling pig are excellent. Starters and tapas nothing to rave about unfortunately
We had a great time there! Delicious tomate feo de tudela!
I would definitely come back to Lurra, but would not necessarily be in a rush. The food was great, love the menu, but the service could have been better!
Service was friendly if a little slow to take food & drinks orders. Food delicious as always. We ordered some bread after our mains arrived and had to remind them and then eventually it came after our mains were finished and taken away. Overall a nice meal though.
Great food although a bit pricey now (used to be cheaper). Service quite slow and could be nicer
great octopus and steak！
Fantasy experience at the Lurra last night! We had a ‘bar’ table so we sat right next to the chefs and could watch them prepare our food. Great atmosphere, attentive staff, lovely food.
We love the place. The restaurant has a great atmosphere and staff are really friendly and welcoming. We had the steak as a main (Txuleta) which was REALLY tasty and full of flavour. I would highly recommend the place.
Beautiful steak. Relaxed, professional service.
Excellent food in a beautiful courtyard - the perfect london evening and probably the best steak in town
Exceptional food, service and wine. Highly recommended.
Lovely lunch and the signature Octopus dish was cooked to perfection.
On the food a drink front. The chips were too salty as was the lamb. The squid and octopus are the strongest dishes. The bone marrow was too plentiful for just three slices of bread. More bread would be needed for the dish to make sense. Atmosphere It was difficult to hear each other. However the location and layout are well thought through. Service I can’t fault the service. Value for money £7.50 for chips bespeaks everything. If they were the best chips ever then yes it would be worth it. But they were overly salty chips so weren’t even in the region of the value given to them.
Absolutely delicious meal, in beautiful setting, with wonderful staff
Loved our evening at Lurra but we all felt the waiting staff were inexperienced and made us feel awkward at times. They were very sweet and well meaning but we shouldn't be asked if they should clear away empty bottles from the tables. The food was exceptional.
The third appetizers came late but to apologize the time waiting, they doubled the food. So it was a good gesture from the restaurant.
Recommended to me and I would recommend Lurra to anybody. Simply wonderful..
I was very disappointed with my visit. I've eaten here many times before. You used to have three standard main dishes: fish (turbot); lamb shoulder and the steaks. Yesterday there were only two; lamb and the steak; but at 7pm you had no lamb left. So there was just steak. We've had the steak before. It was chewy and disappointing given its huge cost. There was a specials menu which was all pork! Pigs cheek, peas with pancetta and suckling pig for two. Too bad if you don't like pork! It reminded us of Fawlty Tower's "gourmet Evening" when the chef gets drink and ruins the food leaving the owner having to bring in food from another restaurant. Duck with orange or Duck with cheery or duck Surprise. The suckling pig also ran out. We had the last two portions. What did people who came to the restaurant later than 630pm eat? The suckling pig for two was a small piece of meat. It was very nice but we had to order another portion for two as there was so little. The food was very tasty but last night was well below the standard in terms of choice and quantity served.
Fabulous authentic food. Mark up on the iberico ham was a little high despite being central London location
Both the food and service at Lurra are exceptional. We enjoyed a lovely evening with friends in a delightful unrushed atmosphere. The only issue was the noise level. When the place gets going it is somewhat difficult to carry on a conversation.
Terrific dinner for party of 9. We ordered the group set menu 2. Only curious thing was that we were served three orders of every dish (to be shared) except for the sour dough bread with bone marrow. Only two came (without explanation) so only 6 pieces of bread rather than 9, therefore 3 people did not receive any. When I asked about the third portion, the waiter apologized and said only two were coming but it was meant to be served with the bread and salted butter but came out late. That still did not make sense since that came with 9 pieces of bread (one for each diner).