London Chop House - Detroit
James Beard. Playboy. Plus, a host of notable publications and high-profile food influencers. They've all lauded the venerable London Chop House with accolades throughout the years. Established in the late 1930s by brothers Lester and Sam Gruber, London Chop House has always been an alpha male establishment to visit for a steak and a good time.Read More
The menu at London Chop House consists of everything you'd expect of a classic steakhouse. There's grand caviar service with chilled vodka and traditional accompaniments to start. Crab bisque, French onion soup, and an iceberg wedge round out the middle course. And, of course, there are the USDA steaks. They're all finished with house-made garlic butter and served with au poivre, chimichurri, or Béarnaise sauce. Choose from a 14-ounce boneless ribeye, 14-ounce bone-in New York strip, or 32-ounce porterhouse.
Those who prefer non-steak dishes have plenty of options. There's lemon and thyme-brined chicken breast, Alaskan halibut, and boiled whole lobster.