Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill
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Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill information
Lonely Planet review
The long-established Fitzer's restaurant group scored quite a coup when they enlisted bad-boy chef Marco Pierre White (he who once made Gordon Ramsay cry) to lend his name to their newest venture, which opened in 2009. Steaks, grilled meats and chunks of fish are the fare, presented with minimal fuss but with plenty of taste. There are some nice surprises, like the rib-eye, garnished with snails on the side.