Steak in the City at Tappit Hen

The Tappit Hen, the latest wine bar and restaurant from Davy’s situated in the heart of the City, has announced a new weekly Steak Night. Every Wednesday evening, meat lovers can choose from a selection of fresh cuts provided by the celebrated butcher and royal warrant holder, Donald Russell

Diners can choose from the crowd-pleasing Chateaubriand or Club Sirloin sharing steaks with a selection of sides. As well as a complimentary apéritif (prosecco, beer or G&T), Steak Night customers can take advantage of a special offer on a bottle of Davy’s Claret for only £20, a classic blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Alternatively, Tappit Hen’s extensive wine and port list is available to explore the perfect pairing for either of the four butcher’s cuts.

Opened in late 2018, The Tappit Hen joins Davy’s Wine Bar’s portfolio of London bars and restaurants. Mixing traditional and contemporary design, it pays tribute to its heritage as the building was once the UK cellars of Port house, Sandeman. The Tappit Hen houses a ground floor bar, a 50-cover restaurant, two private dining rooms and specialises in seasonal British dishes using UK-sourced ingredients.

The Tappit Hen, 21-23 St Swithins Lane, London, EC4N 8AD

Wednesday steak menu:

Sharing steaks (served with a choice of 2 sides and 2 sauces) :

  • Chateaubriand 500g aged for 21 days £65.00
  • Club Sirloin 600g aged for 28 days £44.00
  • Butcher cuts (served with a choice of 1 side and 1 sauce):
  • Ribeye 250g aged for 28 days £26.00
  • Sirloin on-the-bone 350g aged for 28 days £28.50
  • Fillet 220g aged for 21 days £34.50
  • T-Bone 400g aged for 21 days £38.00
  • Sides include chips, fries or side salad

Davy’s Claret Bordeaux, France 13.5% A classic blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Complex and elegant with a mixture of black fruits and subtle oak.

About Davy’s

Established in 1870, Davy’s Wine Merchants remains an independent, fifth generation family-owned company. The company operates a thriving wine merchants’ business as well as 24 wine bars in London, from Greenwich in the East, through its City heartland to St. James’s.