Benidorm Steak Houses
Steak Houses

Steak Houses in Benidorm

One of the most common questions we are asked, is where to find a steak house in Benidorm.   There are loads to choose from, therefore this question is easier to answer by putting it to our members. 

There is a poll below where you can assist by adding your votes for the best ones you have found.  The poll is kept updated by removing any votes that are more than one month old.  Therefore, if you have already voted and since found somewhere better, you can vote again in 30 days' time.  

These places have been recommended by Benidorm Seriously Facebook Group Members  and website users.  You can Vote for more than one if you can't make up your mind.

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Benidorm Steak Houses

Not sure where they are located, click on the link on the poll above and it will bring up more detailed information on each business, including a fully interactive map, you can also contact the business direct if you have questions about their menus and enquire about special dietary requirements such as gluten free meals etc.  On this link you will also find our members reviews and be able to add your own, good or bad others want to know your thoughts.  You can also book your table in advance to avoid disappointment.

Ordering a steak

Entrecot – This is sirloin, one of the tastiest cuts, but not always the tenderest. Lovely meaty flavour. entrey-cott

Solomillo – This one’s filet steak, almost always tender, with very little fat, but not super tasty, so it works well with a sauce. sol-oh-mee-oh

Lomo Alto – This is a ribeye. You don’t find it that often here, but it’s my favourite, well marbled and super tasty! low-mow-al-to

Chuleton – This is a huge steak on the bone. Not quite a T-Bone, but very similar. Great beefy flavour and barbecues beautifully. Too much for one person! chew-let-on

The Spanish tend to have their steak rarer than most other northern Europeans are used to, so when you ask for a medium, you’re very likely to get a rare steak. Here’s how to order:

Poco Hecho (little done) – This means blue or extremely rare. poko-etcho

Medio Hecho (medium done) – This would be rare to medium rare in most countries, so seared on the outside, with a red strip in the middle of the meat and some blood when you cut into it. med-ee-o-etcho

Bien Hecho (well done) – This will be equivalent to a medium, so some red meat, but no blood. bee-en-etcho

If you want your steak without any red meat and cooked all the way through, there isn’t really an equivalent in Spanish, so we suggest saying “Bien hecho, pero sin rojo,” which would be well done, but without red. bee-en-etcho-per-oh-sin-ro-ho

 

Most Restaurants here will also offer a takeaway service, and some will even have home delivery options via Glovo or Deliveroo and Just Eat,so you can enjoy your meal in the comfort of your own home, contact the restaurant direct for more details. 

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