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London Top Restaurants – Hawksmoor Seven Dials

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11 Langley Street, London WC2H 9JG

After Will Beckett and Huw Gott had a series of less than successful eateries, they eventually came up with the concept of Hawksmoor, a steak house but very different from the others in the market.

Hawksmoor  is a meat eater’s paradise but it takes its product very seriously, when looking around for the best steaks it found that the best steaks come from carefully reared native cattle breeds right here in Britain.

It was using these producers that have made Hawksmoor’s reputation for quality meat, next they resourced quality seafood.

After the success of Hawksmoor  Spitalfields , the group has open three other Hawksmoor restaurants Air Street, Guildhall and Seven Dials.

Hawksmoor Seven Dials forgoes providing breakfast to concentrate on interesting dishes which play to their strengths.

Some examples are Brixham Crab on Toast ,Hawksmoor Smoked Salmon, Half a Native Lobster ,Steak Tartare ,Tamworth Belly Ribs and Bone Marrow with Onions .

Steaks can be large, Fillet (300g) Bone-in Sirloin (500g), Rib-eye (400g) 30.00 D-Rump (350g) .

With an enlightened philosophy related to sustainability and staff development ,  Hawksmoor  have built a great reputation for their restaurants and quality of food and service.

Opening times:

Lunch
Monday – Saturday
12:00 – 3:00pm

Dinner

Monday – Thursday
Restaurant bookings 5:00 – 10:30pm
Last bar orders 12am

Friday – Saturday
Restaurant bookings 5:00 – 11:00pm
Last bar orders 12:30am

Sunday
12:00 – 9.30pm

For more information, visit the Hawksmoor website here

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