This list (in no particular order) should help you to find the best steakhouses in Birmingham.
Steak is one of the staples of any pub or restaurant's menu, but it can be hard to know where to go for a good one.
We've found some of the best places for steak, so try one of the following when you next have a craving for it.
Fleet Street Kitchen
Fleet Street Kitchen is a high-end casual dining venue in the city centre which has an open kitchen.
They serve 7oz Hereford fillet steaks and 8oz longhorn sirloin steaks with their special FSK brick chips, field mushroom and tomato.
For something different, try the marinated carne asada skirt steak, which is served with pico de gallo, rice, and crushed black beans with bacon.
Fiesta del Asado
This Argentinian restaurant cooks their premium beef steaks on the parilla for an authentic flavour.
Eat like a gaucho by trying the brochette de cuadri, which is skewered chunks of beef rump with peppers, onion and tomato.
Located in Edgbaston, Fiesta del Asado is a great place to enjoy food with friends or family.
Rodizio Rico is a Brazilian restaurant or churrascaria where you can dine to the soundtrack of live Latino music.
Their grilled meat is served directly from giant skewers and it's all you can eat so go with a healthy appetite.
You could try the Picanha (rump cap steak), fresh from the BBQ, along with a Caipirinha or one of their other cocktails.
Rodizio Rico can be found in The Cube.
Hilton Garden Inn
The Hilton Garden Inn is located in Brunswick Square, Brindleyplace.
They serve delicious Casterbridge sirloin and rib-eye steaks in the stylish hotel restaurant.
Steaks are served with the usual chips, tomato and mushroom, and you can add green peppercorn sauce or garlic or blue cheese butter on top.
Scottish Steakhouse at Macdonald Burlington Hotel
This steakhouse is passionate about providing a variety of organic, quality Scottish cuisine.
The chef's favourite is the rump steak marinated in chilli and garlic, but they also offer butcher's cut, rib-eye, sirloin and fillet steaks.
Enjoy a steak cooked to perfection in the Macdonald Burlington Hotel restaurant, which is near New Street station.
Anderson's Bar & Grill
Found in the Jewellery Quarter, this award winning steakhouse serves a variety of grilled meat.
Their menu of speciality steaks includes the 12oz Rare Breed 'Dexter' sirloin and 18oz Shorthorn sirloin on the bone.
With a modern interior and relaxed atmosphere, Anderson's Bar and Grill is great for all occasions.
Coast to Coast
This American-themed restaurant and bar in Brindleyplace offers a variety of traditional steaks.
You could try the 8oz Hereford sirloin, which is best served medium rare, or the 'Ultimate' 10oz Rib-eye steak.
The steaks all come with fries, onion rings, rocket, and tomato.
High Line New York Bar & Lounge
Located in Resort's World, this bar and lounge serves food inspired by New York.
Enjoy their New York steak and eggs, which comes with chipotle mayonnaise and fries.
The bar also serves a range of themed cocktails, like the Brooklyn Mojito and Hudson Manhattan.
The New Inn
Hidden away in Harborne, The New Inn has all your favourite pub foods as well as delicious steak.
The 'Aubrey Allen Flatiron' steak comes with skin on fries, forest mushrooms, roasted tomato and homemade peppercorn sauce.
This pub has a cosy, traditional feel, and is a good place to enjoy a steak and a pint of ale with friends.
New to Birmingham, Gaucho on Colmore Row offers a wide range of cuts of top quality steaks and aims to give a true taste of Argentina.
The 'tira de ancho' is spiral cut and slow grilled with chimichurri and the lomito picante is cooked with ají amarillo, red jalapeño chilli and olive oil.
If you can't decide, you could get a tasting plate to sample some of Gaucho's most popular special cuts: chorizo, vacío and entraña fina.
Carne Argentina Unica (CAU) in Brindleyplace is another champion of Argentinian food.
With a range of prime cuts of sirloin, rump and rib-eye, this is one of the best places to eat steak in Birmingham.
The 'tapa de cuadril' is actually served the Brazilian way, thinly sliced, and the 'asado de chorizo' with its churrasco marinade of smoked paprika, aji molido, garlic and parsley has an authentic Argentinian flavour.
This Michelin-starred restaurant in the Colmore Business District serves high quality food.
You could have a 10oz prime sirloin on the bone, dry aged for 28 days, or a 7oz fillet steak.
Enjoy steak at Opus in a modern, elegant, and refined environment.
Miller & Carter
Miller & Carter at the Mailbox in Birmingham serve award-winning steaks.
They specialise in sirlion, and serve steaks both on and off the bone. The 'steaks to explore' include the grain fed 8oz rib-eye and 10oz sirloin.
There is also a wide range of sophisticated accompaniments for your steak, including lobster mac and cheese, rich truffle and cheddar mushrooms, and stuffed marrow bone.
Ibrahim's Grill and Steak House
Ibrahim's serves fast food with a gourmet twist, offering steaks cooked to your liking.
Try a rump steak or a more tender filet mignon, plain or gently spiced, with Ibrahim's gravy, peppercorn sauce, or mushroom sauce.
This hidden gem of a steakhouse is located on the Warwick Road near Sparkhill.
The Lord Clifden
This pub in Hockley is a comfortable place to enjoy a meal and a drink with friends.
The Lord Clifden's char-grilled steaks are affordable and delicious - they even serve them for breakfast.
You could have the 6oz bavette, 8oz sirloin or maybe the 10oz gammon steak.
Do you want a steak yet?
We do too. Put your smart clothes on and try one of these steakhouses or restaurants on your next meal out.
Whether it's a romantic date, a birthday celebration, or a treat to yourself, you can be sure that you're getting one of the best steaks in Birmingham.
Posted by Emily Lane