After another busy year at Brossen Steakhouse, we go through our top picks off the menu based on our most popular dishes and your fantastic feedback!
Did you know that worldwide burgers are the most popular kind of sandwich? Our Brossen burger is served with Lakeland beef patty, crispy bacon, gruyere cheese, smashed avocado and more! Our mouths are watering just thinking about it!
Sharing is Caring
Our sharing steaks were some of our most popular dishes, with the Chateaubriand and Tomahawk steaks proving a firm favourite. These delicious sharers come with a choice of 3 sides and 2 sauces and are are the perfect way to try the best of Brossen with your other half!
A large fillet steak beautifully cooked and cut into 6 slices. A lovely meal we both enjoyed and we will be back.
Alex from Chester-le-Street
Braised Baby Back Ribs
Smothered in a delicious BBQ and Bourbon glaze, the full rack of baby back ribs has proved a favourite! Perfectly teamed with our truffle mac & cheese and skinny fries, this American classic is a winner in our eyes as well.
We’d be amiss if we didn’t mention our Sunday Roast. Choose from classic Cumbrian Roast Beef or try something a bit different with our West Coast Fish Pie. Of course, nothing finishes off a roast like a delicious Sticky Toffee Pudding!
Ate here twice while on holiday in Keswick, we had a Sunday lunch that was fantastic and all the puddings were fabulous!
Marie from North Shields
Brossen Oak Smoked Rump Steak
A classic on the Brossen menu, this crowd pleaser has been a firm favourite on our menu since we opened in 2015. 21 day aged, this lean steak is known for it’s pure distinctive flavour and is oak smoked exclusively for us by our local butcher.
The steak was magnificent!
Jamie from Liverpool
Locally sourced, Cumbrian produce
No matter the dish, we love sourcing locally and showcasing some of Cumbria’s finest produce. For those who want to try the best of the Lake District in one exciting menu, our early evening Cumbrian menu is ideal. Try Todhills Farm’s Crispy Hen’s Egg or enjoy delicious mussels cooked in Jennings Ale. Take a look at the menu and decide for yourself which Cumbrian delicacy you’ll try.