Me and Ben LOVE steak! If ever we go out to eat, you are pretty much guaranteed that is what we will both choose. So for our 4 year wedding anniversary a couple of weeks ago we were excited to visit Miller and Carter Steakhouse for a slap up dinner. This place has the most amazing steak menu with so many choices of cuts and accompaniments. We visited the Langdon Hills restaurant which is quite new and because we were so impressed I just had to share my Miller and Carter Steakhouse Langdon Hills review for you guys on the blog. I will also be hosting a competition on my instagram to win a voucher so you can visit too and try Miller & Carter out for yourself, more details below.
I'll be honest I had kinda decided what I was having before we even got there after noseying at the menu online. I started off with a mango mojito which was so yummy and in fact the cocktail menu had loads of lovely choices, as well as lots of non alcoholic options too which was great as Ben was driving.
To start with I opted for the calamari and Ben had the baked mushrooms. The starters were just the right size to not fill you up before your steak and were very reasonably priced for the quality of the dishes I thought. My calamari was so light and crispy and I could of eaten a huge plate of it to be honest.
For our main we had opted for the Chateaubriand which was a sharing steak, perfect for the two of us on our anniversary. This came cooked beautifully and presented on a board with Miller and Carter's signature onion loaf, which is like a non spicy onion bhaji (it was gorgeous!!), baked tomato and topped with garlic butter. It also came with our choices of sauce which I thought was great that we could both customise our steak like this. I opted for the garlic mushroom sauce and Ben had pepper. On the side we both had fries (of course) and the slightly bizarre but really tasty lettuce wedge. Again you can choose your dressing and I picked bacon mustard and Ben had garlic mayo. Main course wise there was sooooo much food. You carve your Chateaubriand yourself, which Ben dutifully did. The price of the Chateaubriand was £45 but that's only £22.50 each which considering how much meat we both had and all the included sides is really good value I thought. We really didn't need the extra side of broccoli but was great to try it out. Everything was so yummy, especially the steak which was cooked perfect for us (medium rare).
For dessert I had to choose Miller and Carter Steakhouse's signature dessert the Chocolate Orange. This dessert was insane. A golden shimmering ball of chocolate ganache which hides inside pockets of orange flavoured toffee. Alongside it was a tangy orange sorbet and the plate was decorated with drizzled orange curd. It honestly was so so so yummy. It was rich and chocolately but so refreshing thanks to contrasting sorbet. My only criticism is that it was way too big. I couldn't finish this ball of chocolate and I think even if it was a third smaller it would still be great value and much more manageable.
Ben had the chocolate brownie and ice cream and said this was also lovely.
We were looked after so well at Miller and Carter. Our waiter was brilliant and so helpful and we were even treated to a complimentary glass of prosecco each and a Happy Anniversary written in toffee!!
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to Miller and Carter. The Langdon Hills restaurant itself is lovely. I would have loved to have got some exterior snaps but sadly it was tipping it down that night when we arrived. There was a brilliant atmosphere inside with plenty people eating and drinking but it was still possible to chat over dinner. We would definitely visit again as we really did enjoy the food and for those of you who aren't steak fans there are lots of meal options for you too, with fish, pasta and burgers all on offer.
Thanks to Miller and Carter for inviting us both down.
I was treated to a voucher to use at Miller and Carter in exchange for a review but all choices, photos and opinions are 100% my own. This post may also contain PR Samples or gifted items. It may also contain affiliate links. Read my full disclosure policy here.