Glitzy "steak" restaurant on the south side of Grosvenor Square in London. In its glowing April 2012 review of 34, Tatler remarks, 'What a fine figure 34 cuts -- trance inducing beef served up with telepathic waitors." " A sleek, long grill room just around the corner from Scott's, the big new one from Richard Caring's Caprice Holdings looks like a luxury liner docked in Mayfair." Concerning the crowd at 34, Tatler comments, "This restaurant hums, dense with celebs and characters, shoals of Russians, fistful of hedgies, luvvies on leaves, the last rich Greeks. Two nights after we visit, Bill Clinton pops in." Learn more about 34 in the attached FT review by Nicholas Lander. Dinner for two with drinks, 250 pounds. A paradise for carnivores.