Miller & Carter Marlbrook
At Miller & Carter Malbrook we know a thing or two about steak. In fact, we could say that we’re one of the best steakhouses in Bromsgrove. But we’d rather leave that to your judgement.
Because once you’ve tasted our hand-cut, 30-day aged British & Irish steaks you’ll soon appreciate the care of our farmers, the exacting standards of our butchers and the passion of our chefs. Don’t just take our word for it; book a table and decide for yourself.
Our Marlbrook steakhouse is the perfect place to treat someone special, catch up with friends, or enjoy a memorable experience with your family.
The indulgent menu is bursting with 30 day aged British and Irish beef steaks, including rib eye, T-bone, and sirloin cuts, not to mention heavenly fish dishes, and the finest burgers. Explore our chef’s specials, lunch, and dinner menus and you’ll discover a fantastic variety of succulent steaks as well as a tempting array of options for the vegetarians amongst you – there really is something for everyone.
Planning a special meal? Or want to host a business meeting in style? Book one of our intimate private dining rooms to turn your get-together into a real occasion.
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