Low Carb London Broil

Low Carb Beef Recipe

Real Restaurant Beef Recipe

What's that? Only 8 grams of carbs with this Low Carb London Broil Recipe? This beef recipe is not only delicious, it is ideal for those folks who are counting carbs.

One of the most frequent complaints about a low carb cooking diets by people trying to stay on one is "low carbohydrates food dissatisfaction." This is one of many low carb beef recipes on this website that will help alleviate that complaint.

Whether you are on a low carb diet or not, this London Broil Recipe makes a delicious meal.

London Broil is not a cut of beef but rather the name of the finished meal.

London broil is most often made with flank steak or top round steak (lean beef). The main thing to be aware of is that if you overcook it, the beef may become tough.

The other important factor is the marinade and making certain you marinate the beef long enough.

Here is a restaurant customer-approved London Broil Recipe especially designed for "carb counters."

Low Carb London Broil

Restaurant Beef Recipe

Preparation time: 12 minutes but must marinate 10-12 hours. Serves 8-10


  • 3-4 pounds of flank steak (or top round) cut into 8 steaks or leave whole
  • 1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce
  • 1/2 cup low sodium soy sauce 
  • 1/4 cup lemon juice
  • 1/4 cup dry sherry
  • 1 clove garlic, minced
  • 1 tablespoon ground ginger or to taste
  • 1 cup vegetable oil



  • Combine all marinade ingredients and pour over the meat in a large glass dish or in a large zip lock bag
  • Marinade for 10-12 hours or overnight, turning once
  • Grill on the barbecue or cook under the broiler 4-6 minutes per side for whole steak (less for individual steaks) or until well browned on the outside but medium rare inside
  • Slice steak or steaks into thin slices cut on the bias

This low carb beef recipe is fabulous with Garlic Parmesan Green Beans.  Just double that recipe to 8 servings. The green beans are approximately 15.2 grams of carbs per serving.

Enjoy your Low Carb London Broil and the company of those you share it with!


Did you know? Low-carb diets tend to be high in fat, which leads to an impressive increase in blood levels of HDL, often referred to as the “good” cholesterol.