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What To Serve With London Broil – 16 Easy Side Dishes

If you’re wondering what to serve with your London broil, you’ve come to the right place.

In this article, I list 11 of the most popular side dishes for London broil.

In a rush? Here’s the short answer.

The best side dishes for London broil include truffle mash, Hasselback squash, an Asian salad, or roasted broccoli. Other veggie options are grilled carrots or corn, or an apple and walnut salad. For an impressive side, go for crab imperial or a lemon risotto.

Ready? Let’s get started.

Truffle mashed potatoes

Mashed potatoes and London broil – you can’t get any more classic than this duo. 

But this recipe isn’t your run-of-the-mills mashed potatoes. 

These rich and velvety mashed potatoes get an extra flavor boost with the addition of sour cream and truffle oil. 

Top these mashed potatoes with slices of your London broil and let them soak up the juices to make them even more delicious.  

Remember to go easy on the truffle oil for these Truffle mashed potatoes

You don’t want it to overpower your potatoes or your main dish.

Roasted mushrooms in brown butter sauce 

This is the ultimate side dish for mushroom lovers. 

It features juicy, caramelized button mushrooms tossed in a nutty brown butter garlic sauce. 

It’s a simple yet highly flavorful dish that instantly elevates your London broil. 

Whether you’re cooking dinner just for yourself or for a crowd, you’re guaranteed no leftovers with these roasted mushrooms in browned butter, garlic, and thyme sauce.

Apple walnut salad

Stumped on what to pair with your delicious London broil?

Don’t be afraid to go the salad route, especially with this apple walnut salad. 

It’s a fresh spin on your usual garden salads. 

Made with crisp and crunchy ingredients like apples and walnuts, it provides a pleasant textural contrast with your soft and tender London broil.

The salad is dressed with a sweet-tangy apple vinaigrette that will make your taste buds buzz. 

You’ll get this wonderful salad done in just 10 minutes, thanks to Le Creme dela Crumb’s easy-breezy recipe.

Crab Imperial 


London broil is a type of steak… so this side dish list wouldn’t be complete without a fish option.

Surf and turf is a classic pairing.

Normally I’d go for shrimp and steak, but I recently discovered the creamy crab imperial.

Make a big pot, and your guests can scoop however much they want to onto their London broil. 

If you’re feeling fancy, you could even go for lobster. 

This crab imperial recipe features cayenne pepper to add some spice.

Lemon parmesan risotto

Cooking dinner for date night? 

You can’t go wrong with an exquisite, fork-tender London broil over a bed of risotto. 

It’s a classy yet filling meal that will definitely impress your significant other. 

You might’ve heard of risotto being challenging to cook – don’t be scared! 

It’s easier than you think. 

You just need to have patience and keep stirring your pot until the rice is done. 

Ready to get cooking? Make sure you have arborio rice on hand to make this lemon parmesan risotto with peas.

Garlic butter rolls

Bread rolls are a staple in steakhouses. 

But why not take your plain bread rolls up a notch? 

These garlic butter rolls are a step above your usual bread rolls. 

They’re soft and fluffy, perfect for soaking up the juices and sauce of your London broil. 

These homemade garlic butter rolls are smothered with butter several times, making them extra buttery. 

Whether you’re serving them alongside your London broil or as an appetizer, one thing’s for sure. 

It will be difficult to stop eating these rolls. 

Asparagus casserole

Even if you hate asparagus, this dish will leave you drooling. 

The casserole is a bundle of asparagus smothered in a cream cheese mixture, and topped with even more cheese. 

Who could say no to that? 

It’s keto-friendly, low-carb, and indulgent all in one. The perfect side for your London broil. 

This cheesy asparagus casserole is a one-pot dish, so after putting it in your oven, you can relax or focus on getting the perfect cook on your London broil.

Roasted broccoli and green beans

When you want something nutritious to go with your London broil, broccoli and green beans are no-brainers.

Roasting them makes them a wonderful accompaniment to London broil because they keep their crunch.

Want to make this even better? Sprinkle a handful of parmesan cheese and a squeeze of lemon over the veggies before you roast them.

This sheet pan garlic parmesan roasted broccoli & green beans is so good even picky kids will love them.

Corn on the cob

Grilling a London broil? Take advantage of having the grilled fired up by tossing on some corn on the cob too. 

You can keep it simple and just use butter for flavor. 

Or, you can add a fun Mexican flair by making some chili-lime honey butter.

Top tip: drizzle any leftover butter over your London broil (yum!).

Is this making your mouth water? Head over to Aberdeen’s Kitchen for the recipe.

Sweet potato wedges

Try these sweet potato wedges if you want to steer away from traditional fries.

These wedges have a distinct sweetness that tastes amazing when paired with the savory flavors of London broil. 

They’re baked and broiled, so you get ultra-crispy edges without using too much oil! 

Don’t forget to make an extra tasty dip for your wedges – I like a blue cheese based dip.

These extra crispy sweet potato wedges are so addictive, so watch out! You might finish them before you get to your steak.

Tomato basil orzo

Look no further than this tomato basil orzo if you want a healthy, filling dish to pair with your London broil.

It’s packed full of protein, nutrients, and flavor.

The tomatoes are seasoned with honey and chili powder for a complex, sweet flavor that packs a punch of heat. 

But it’s not so overpowering that it overshadows the star of the dish – your London broil. 

I think this side from Half-baked Harvest is perfect for a midweek summer treat. 

Asian salad 


London broil might taste amazing, but it’s not the most attractive color. 

Brighten up your plate with this light and refreshing Asain-inspired salad. 

You can mix and match the vegetable you use. The only requirement is that they’re colorful. 

Some of my favorite additions are edamame, radish, and purple cabbage. 

This Asian slaw with sesame dressing uses almonds to add some texture.

Roasted butternut squash

Nothing screams fall more than a hearty tray of roasted butternut squash. 

It’s a relatively easy dish to cook, with dicing the squash being the most challenging part!

But once you have the technique down, you’ll be able to cut one up effortlessly. 

This recipe uses a subtle garnish of garlic and herbs, which will pair well with London broil and any gravy you fancy making.

Make sure to always use fresh squash for your roasted butternut squash. Frozen squash won’t roast as well.

Want something even more impressive? Try this Hasselback butternut squash.

Teriyaki rice pilaf

Rice pilaf is a hearty, all-in-one side dish that you can make in advance if you’re looking to save time. 

The teriyaki sauce gives it some flair, while adding some peas gives the rice some color. 

Don’t have any teriyaki sauce? Soy sauce will work in a pinch. 

Use leftover rice to make this teriyaki rice pilaf with mushroom and peas for best results.

Grilled carrots


Not a fan of corn on the cob? 

Another veggie you might not have thought of grilling is carrots.

I don’t know about you, but I always seem to have some carrots in my cupboard so this is a great way to use them up.

And the balsamic glaze amps the smokey flavor up, making them a worth side to your London broil.

These grilled carrots with balsamic glaze are great for taking to potlucks.

Garlic parmesan brussels sprouts

Take your plain, boring brussels sprouts to the next level with this holiday side dish. 

Brussels sprouts get unbelievably crisp in the air fryer and they take less than 20 minutes to cook. 

Toss the sprouts with some bacon bits once they’re cooked if you want something a bit more decadent.

Serve these air fryer garlic parmesan brussels sprouts with your London broil as a healthy alternative to french fries.

Best Side Dishes For London Broil

  • Truffle mashed potatoes
  • Roasted mushrooms in brown butter sauce 
  • Apple walnut salad
  • Crab imperial 
  • Lemon parmesan risotto
  • Garlic butter rolls
  • Asparagus casserole
  • Roasted broccoli and green beans
  • Corn on the cob
  • Sweet potato wedges
  • Tomato basil orzo
  • Asian salad 
  • Roasted butternut squash
  • Teriyaki rice pilaf
  • Grilled carrots
  • Garlic parmesan brussels sprouts
  • Coleslaw
  • Garlic butter shrimp
  • Creamed spinach
  • Mac and Cheese

What To Serve With London Broil

In this short recipe, I show you exactly what to serve with London broil.
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Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American
Keyword: side dishes for london broil, what to serve with london broil
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 25 minutes
Servings: 1 person
Calories: 129kcal


  • 1 portion London broil


  • Prepare your London broil according to your favorite recipe.
  • In the meantime, choose one of the following sides to serve alongside it.
  • Side dishes include: Truffle mashed potatoes, roasted mushrooms in brown butter sauce, apple walnut salad, crab Imperial, lemon parmesan risotto, garlic butter rolls, asparagus casserole, roasted broccoli and green beans, corn on the cob, sweet potato wedges, tomato basil orzo, Asian salad, roasted butternut squash, teriyaki rice pilaf, grilled carrots, and garlic parmesan brussels sprouts.
  • Serve immediately and enjoy.


Serving: 100g | Calories: 129kcal

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