Food review: Steak of the Art

Steak of the Art is the latest addition to the boasting food culture that Southampton has.

Sirloin steak with salad    Photographer: Adrianna Anastasiades

Steak of the Art has a unique visual; it has achieved in combining the elegance of culinary dining along with the great passion for modern art. Its first success as a restaurant was in Bristol and Cardiff, but now the visual has been brought to life in Southampton.

As you enter the restaurant, you will instantly connect to the vibrant atmosphere. This spacious restaurant truly represents creativity, as they have turned the venue into an eccentric art gallery along with the theme of bright colours that contrast with each other which brings out an uplifting mood.

Yet the concept of this restaurant is only one of the many great elements that it has. The location is perfect, as you can enjoy your meal whilst watching the sun setting over the marina in Ocean Village.

The notion behind the menu is to bring an artistic approach to simple yet delicious food, along with a true dining experience and at an affordable price. For those who love their steak, they will be pleased with the wide selection that this menu has to offer. However, the vegetarians haven’t been left out either; as they also have a selection of mouth-watering salads and traditional risottos. If you’re feeling inspired by the marina and fancy something light and fresh, they have a great range of fish to choose from too.


Address: Unit 3, The Moresby Tower, Admirals Quay, Ocean Way, Southampton, SO14 3LG, United Kingdom

Opening times: Monday-Thursday: 11am-11pm  Friday-Saturday: 11am-11pm Sunday: 11am-9pm

Telephone number: 023 8063 9046

Price range: £3-£30

Cashew nut and avocado salad   Photographer: Adrianna Anastasiades

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