Hanger SW6 has gained its reputation on promoting some of the unsung heroes of the meat world, most notably hanger steak .
Now, a year after opening, the Fulham restaurant is ready to enhance the way you eat steak further with a new and innovative menu.
With the arrival of new head chef Joseph Whaley, a small plates and sharing style concept is being introduced.
The menu consists of a balance of raw and cured dishes, bite sized snacks and steaks cooked on the charcoal fire and sliced especially for sharing.
This new take on the menu will enhance the already relaxed dining experience through social eating, whilst championing the products in an original and unique way - that allows the consumer to explore a new style of eating meat.
What to expect from the new tapas style menu:
The new and exciting menu challenges the classic "steak and chips", showcasing the products variety, and all things that go with it.
From the fire, the cuts are sliced to encourage sharing so everyone can get a taste of each.
But the restaurant is still championing the hanger steak, as well as the less celebrated cuts such as picanha - marinated in a classic carne asada spice blend, and secreto iberico - a tender cut from the shoulder of the pig.
Also, make room for some classic steak favourites such as rare breed sirloins and dry aged cote de boeuf plus Cornish fish - all of which can be accompanied down with a variety of sauces to choose from.
There are plenty of unique small plate options on offer such as smoked onglet (hanger) tartare garnished with kimchee, burrata with confit citrus, sea bream ceviche with pistachio, beetroot cured sea trout and as well as croque monsieur beignets.
What is hanger steak?
A hanger steak is a cut of beef steak prized for its flavor and is derived from the diaphragm of a steer or heifer.
Find it: Hanger SW6, North End Road, Fulham, SW6 1NZ
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