The World’s Biggest Steak

This is the monstrous meal which could bring a tear to the eye of even the biggest of meat lovers – a 150 OUNCE STEAK. The rump steak is 12 inches wide, 12 inches long a further four inches thick and takes over two hours to cook medium rare. Brave diners are invited to take on the ‘high-steaks’ challenge and polish off the slab of meat, along with a portion of chips and onion rings. Anyone who manages to scoff the steak in under an hour, gets the £110 meal on the house.

This is the monstrous meal which could bring a tear to the eye of even the biggest of meat lovers - a 150 OUNCE STEAK. The rump steak is 12 inches wide, 12 inches long a further four inches thick and takes over two hours to cook medium rare. Brave diners are invited to take on the 'high-steaks' challenge and polish off the slab of meat, along with a portion of chips and onion rings. Anyone who manages to scoff the steak in under an hour, gets the £110 meal on the house.

This is the monstrous meal which could bring a tear to the eye of even the biggest of meat lovers - a 150 OUNCE STEAK. The rump steak is 12 inches wide, 12 inches long a further four inches thick and takes over two hours to cook medium rare. Brave diners are invited to take on the 'high-steaks' challenge and polish off the slab of meat, along with a portion of chips and onion rings. Anyone who manages to scoff the steak in under an hour, gets the £110 meal on the house.

This is the monstrous meal which could bring a tear to the eye of even the biggest of meat lovers - a 150 OUNCE STEAK. The rump steak is 12 inches wide, 12 inches long a further four inches thick and takes over two hours to cook medium rare. Brave diners are invited to take on the 'high-steaks' challenge and polish off the slab of meat, along with a portion of chips and onion rings. Anyone who manages to scoff the steak in under an hour, gets the £110 meal on the house.

This is the monstrous meal which could bring a tear to the eye of even the biggest of meat lovers - a 150 OUNCE STEAK. The rump steak is 12 inches wide, 12 inches long a further four inches thick and takes over two hours to cook medium rare. Brave diners are invited to take on the 'high-steaks' challenge and polish off the slab of meat, along with a portion of chips and onion rings. Anyone who manages to scoff the steak in under an hour, gets the £110 meal on the house.