A steakhouse by the people behind Le Caprice and The Ivy, 34 shares the same niche as most restaurants owed by Caprice Holdings, including nearby sister restaurant Scott's, which manages to be both luxurious and informal at the same time. On the corner of South Audley Street and Reeves Mews, 34 was designed by Martin Brudnizki, whose previous work includes The Club at The Ivy, Wentworth Grill and Le Caprice New York. Putting the slick Art Deco inspired interior to one side, it's the steak that is the main attraction at 34 and they've brought in a custom-made grill all the way from Argentina to make sure the Scottish dry-aged steak is cooked exactly right. Other options on the grill are US prime Creekstone Farm steak, free-range organic grass-fed beef from the islands on the Parana River in northern Argentina, and a staggeringly expensive Wagyu steak, known for its marbling and flavour. Lamb, seasonal game and fish from sustainable sources are served along with the steaks cooked by head chef Paul Brown, who has already made a name for himself at Le Caprice, Mark's Club and The Walnut Tree near Abergavenny. Don't be shy to ask for a doggy bag, although at 34 you won't get any old bag, you'll be given your leftovers in a bag adorned with a Tracey Emin masterpiece - a portrait of Roxy, Richard Caring's Alsatian. If you're coming here for dinner, arrive a little early and enjoy drinks at the bar while listening to live music, played every evening.