Hixter in the City of London near Liverpool Street station is a chicken and steak restaurant from chef Mark Hix. Enjoy seasonal British produce from its simple menu. Descend into the basement to discover the cocktail bar. A private dining room is available for business lunches and client dinners. Specially commission British artwork decorates the space.
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Venue Details & Map
9a Devonshire SquareLondonEC2M 4AE
- +44 20 7749 0479
I wasn't really blown away by this place I'm afraid. It's a reasonably cavernous building in the smaller Devonshire Square, with some "outdoor" seating too.
The staff were friendly enough, and very helpful. There was also a decent list of hooch - with the, now obligatory, craft beers.
I ordered streak and chips with a side salad which, when it came, was pretty underwhelming. The steak was...more
The decor & building is amazing and the waiters attentive and sexy! An amazing bar & restaurant beaming style... A perfect venue for every occasion!
We were part of a large group and everyone was happy with the quality of the food... Absolutely tempting and appetising...
Very close to Liverpool Station so easy transport links!
Would recommend for everyone!more
Arrived at the door, was told that they would check to see if they had space. With 10% occupancy, they had space and had successfully pissed a customer off before I've sat down.
We had chicken wings to start and they were superb. Perfectly crunchy, well seasoned and the quality of the meat was clearly a by-product of good breeding. £5 bought you only 3 of these little wonders though.
Hixter is one of those places I didn't think I'd like. They do chicken which is nothing to write home about and whilst the food isn't spectacular it's up there as one of those businesses that isn't particularly adventurous but is run efficiently and with a class above the rest.
Dining at Hixter is like dining at Hawksmoor. The service is just a step above and that has nothing to do with who...more
If you can find this place it is fairly worth it.
I had lunch here. It's in a lovely courtyard and it's surrounded by an outdoor food arcade in the warm months. This is clearly the best local option if you do not want to put your plate on your lap.
The greeters are very friendly. You can buy some His cookbooks that are attractively displayed.
My lunch was simple - an Indian Curry Chicken...more