Steakhouse cuisine is in theory a simple business but a devilishly difficult one to get right. We all know how to cook a steak, but few are can claim to be true experts. Fortunate, then, that some of those that can are working in the kitchens of JK’s Steakhouse on Birley Street in Blackpool town centre, where they are grilling up something special from 9am every day to hungry locals and day-trippers alike.
The food was lovely staff were really nice will definitely going back there again
I fancied Rui g something new and was pleasantly surprised by the place. It is a bit mixed between cafe and steakhouse but it kind of works. Main thing is the food is good with plenty of choice
service was excellent. We all enjoyed our meals both starter and main course. We actually had so much food that I struggled to eat all my steak.
Blackpool is one of the great tourist destinations within the UK, and thousands – if not millions – visit every year to take in the sea air, the arcades and rides, the charm of the proms and the countless superb restaurants and cafes. One of the finest places to eat in the town centre is JK’s Steakhouse, which serves (surprise, surprise) steakhouse cuisine, grilling up treats for all that enter through their doors on Birley Street.
The menu at JK’s is heavy on steakhouse favourites – sirloin, rump, fillet and t-bone all feature – but to confine the fare just to that would be a mistake. The options on the menu at Birley Street in the town centre includes other grills, such as lamb rump and gammon, but go much further, taking in British classics such as fish and chips, burgers, paninis and pies. In fact, they offer so many options that we can’t list them all here: you’ll just have to head out to Blackpool for a day trip and a great family meal – just make sure you book a table in advance.