Enjoying iconic status across the city, Hawksmoor Spitalfields has built a reputation for offering the finest steaks in London. Oozing old-school glamour, the suave dining room features shabby-chic brickwork and old school wooden furnishings, offset by a littering of trendy kitsch trinkets.
Alongside a celebrated selection of dictionary-thick meat cuts, Hawksmoor favourites include plum pudding belly ribs, or smooth potted smoked mackerel.
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Venue Details & Map
Hawksmoor Spitalfields Bar
157b Commercial StreetLondonE1 6BJ
- Public transport:
- London Liverpool Street, Underground
Went here for a friend's stag do where all the gal pals were also invited. We managed to secure a pretty huge table in one of the "caves" with the help of the friendly bar staff. The "pig's head poutine" was pretty excellent, though I'm not sure I want to know what was really in it. Dimly lit and good nighttime haunt near Spitalfields and Shoreditch High St.more
Cosy cocktail bar in the basement with lots of little nooks and crannies to snuggle up in with a loved one. Good bar snacks (beef sliders, Canadian poutine, salted caramel shortbread pudding...).
Excellent cocktails but not cheap... Really recommend the marmalade cocktail - it's not on the menu but an old favourite they've been making for years and will continue for sure... My favourite...more
Our waiter (Richard) comes over with some water and we get chatting about the menu and cocktails. We're essentially told that everything's amazing but for different reasons so we dive in and order cocktails and food all at once. I had a Full Fat Old Fashioned Butter-infused Bourbon and Sugar (£12.00). Pretty unusual but tasty drink, I could definitely taste the butter! Antonia had a Green &...more
Pleasant place to lunch and and to meet friends. Not especially for children.
Good burgers and chips(fries) as well as a hearty rib eye sandwich with lite of tasty salad made with a light lemony dressing.
Beer selection low, but all of good quality.
Don't expect oriental rugs, the wooden floors are barren. Tables in connected rows except for a few 2-4 seaters. Walls are painted black and...more
I recently left a review for the excellent, but pricey, upstairs steakhouse.
Now, this downstairs bar... so cool! Other than the overlapping of some cocktails and those chips... oh, those chips (have I mentioned the chips?), the downstairs is completely different than the above restaurant... a bit on the cheaper side, but smaller dishes and still perhaps pricy depending on your take on it......more