Beautiful Galician Steakhouse situated in the heart of Oxford Street, Southampton. Carnicero offers a wide range of fresh, contemporary cuisine. Book a table online and visit our superb restaurant.
Now Serving Sunday Roast
Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays 5-9pm.
Sundays (Sunday roasts available) 12-6pm.
The Carnicero is a stunning Galician Steakhouse restaurant and bar, based in the heart of Oxford Street in Southampton, Hampshire. Carnicero offers a wide range of fresh, contemporary cuisine as well as a superb selection of drinks.
View our menu below, simply book a table online and visit our restaurant to taste our excellent food.
Fantastic news: further to taking part in the Government’s Eat Out to help Out scheme in August, we’re delighted to announce that we’ll continue to offer out guests a discount on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout November.
Every guest can enjoy 20% off food when joining us for lunch or dinner, and ordering from our a la carte menu.
Please note, this discount does not apply to drinks or our specials, and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers.
All steaks are served with Fries, Grilled Tomato, Roasted Garlic, Padron Peppers & Peppercorn Sauce.
Some of our products may contain nuts. Please let us know of any dietary requirements.
We accept all major credit cards.
Tipping is discretionary, however on parties of six or more, a discretionary 10% gratuity will be added.
VAT will be charged at the applicable rate.
For 2 To Share
All served with a choice of 3 sides & Peppercorn Sauce
All served with seasonal vegetables
Other Classic cocktails can be made on request.
Please advise us on any dietary requirements.
We went in after eating somewhere else and had a dessert here. The food and drink and service was all very good.
Thought we would try again as we had not been in for a couple of months. Staff very welcoming and helpful. Changed at no extra cost a glass of wine which was a bit sweeter than expected. Order taken without too much delay, just had olives and white anchovies to start, both very good.
Mains of sea food linguine and a mushroom ravioli, both cooked well and presented well on the plate. The sea food linguine being probably the better dish of the two. We shared a "special" desert which was a champagne and lime sorbet. This was probably the weakest dish as the sorbet did not have a really distinct taste and its texture suffered from far too much glucose, making it paste like and not really very nice. Good coffee followed.
The staff were welcoming and the chef was really helpful adapting one of the dishes to suit our taste. Only had olives to start which was a good idea as the mains were generous, fish was lovely and the duck tasty, cheese and biscuits followed by coffee finished the meal nicely. By the time we'd finished there were a few other diners, I guess we were just early!
Always a good place to visit , offering a regular menu and a selection board of specials.
Never been disappointed with our selection of food.
Do a good bottle of Shiraz .
Place to dine for 2 or with friends
We had a really nice meal with a decent glass of wine. It's a comfortable restaurant with lighting at the right level so that it feels quite intimate despite being open.