Hawksmoor Seven Dials
11 LANGLEY STREET, London, United Kingdom
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Hawksmoor Seven Dials London Reviews
One of the best steakhouses in London Apr 03, 2017
This branch of the Hawksmoor is set in the old Watney Combe brewery with the restaurant being downstairs. I have aslo been to the Spitalfields branch which has a sort of urban decay finish.
Truely this is one of the best places for steak it is served succulent just the way you like it but its not cheap by any means. The menu steaks start with 300g rump for £20 and range upwards to £35 for a fillet. If you wish to select a large cut these are priced per 100g & do not come any smaller than 500g so you may look to share. The sides are additional at £4.50 each triple cooked chips are delicious.
I came here with Dabs & Toonsarah ex vt'ers, who are on travbuddy now, for sunday lunch. This is £20 and consists of lovely carved meats, a huge yorkshire pudding, duck fat roast potatoes, roast shallot & garlic with greens, bone marrow & gravy. The most reasonable wine is £23 but expect to pay around £30+ We all had puddings I went for traditional sticky toffee pudding £8 while my friends chose apple tart at £7. Booking is essential and you will be allocated a time slot.
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Hawksmoor Seven Dials Jun 26, 2011
this is a place to visit
The cocktail bar's en route to the dining room, and is the perfect spot to be pampered by the chummy bar service. The cocktail list reads like an almanac of drinks trends of the last two centuries, and the bar staff mix and pour with aplomb.
On our visit, the dining area was attracting a lot of alpha males in their City suits, rolling up their sleeves for the meat fest: 'Let battle commence.'
The primest of the prime cuts are chalked onto a board by weight, but not by price. Don't do what I did, and order without checking the price first. I chose the smallest (950g) porterhouse steak, which was stunning: aged for more than a month, cooked perfectly medium rare.