Often heralded as offering the best steaks in London, Hawksmoor Air Street introduces sublime seafood & fish to its revered meaty menu. Filled with teal leather banquettes, polished brass and glittering mirrors, the plush, Art Deco dining room is lined with arched windows, which frame the bustle of Regent Street. Alongside fresh, simple fish dishes and juicy door-wedge-thick steaks, heady nostalgic cocktail mixes are shaken at the bar.
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Hawksmoor Air Street
5a Air StreetLondonW1J 0AD
Love, love, love. Ever since my first visit to Seven Dials maybe 7 or 8 years ago, Hawksmoor never disappoints. Headed for a late lunch/early dinner with my bro before heading to Wembley to see Coldplay. Opted for the shrimps on toast (changing from my usual potted beef and bacon) followed by the Sunday Roast.
You know the Sunday Roast will be special when it has its own part on the menu just...more
I was expecting the roast at Hawksmoor to be good, and it definitely didn't disappoint!
The meat was cooked perfectly, the roast potatoes were nice & crunch and I could have eaten the gravy with a straw. Completely and utterly delicious.
It's a great cheaper option on the menu if you're there on a Sunday, it meant we could also get dessert and an extra cocktail without blowing the bank....more
Meat! That sums up the place.
I thought it was alright, but my friends kept on saying how good their steak was so I'm going to believe them and give Hawksmoor a 5 star (not a big meat lover so I'm not the best to judge).
Meat was perfectly cooked and super tender, the wine list is amazing (and the waiter recommendations were on point). Desert was fantastic though, I had a sticky toffee pudding...more
Seeing how hypen this place is through online and offline press, I expected more from this venue. The dull 70's like interior with brass panelled walls, turquoise details and dark teak floors did make sense to my taste buds. The ambience was rather stark and pretentious. The food was just average with scampis for a starter in a very mellow white wine sauce. It needed a bit more for me....more
I have done Breakfast, Sunday lunch and now finally Steak at Hawksmoor. It was one of the last 'famous' steak restaurants to tick off my list and was going up against some of my favourites such as Goodman, Gaucho and Mash...
The layout is fantastic, and you feel like you have really escaped the madness of Piccadilly Circus just below you.
I love going with a big table as it gives you the...more