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Spreading across four different locations (Air Street, Guidhall, Seven Dials & Spitalfields), Hawksmoor is transforming into a steak sensation. Portions come big here, however, so make sure your stomach is entirely empty before stepping through those doors. It's up to you whether or not you think you can handle their curried mussels, potted smoked mackerel, or a smoked eel and ham hock salad as starters but, if you can, you're more than likely to be able to polish off some succulent T-bone, sirloin, rib-eye or porterhouse. They work out at £7-£10 per 100g, whereas you can opt for the more chunky and price-heavy 300g fillet, 600g bone-in sirloin, 400g rib-eye or 350g D-rump all averaging £30.
If you've still got room for more, why not lay on some sides to go with your meat? Asparagus, Jersey Royals (potatoes), creamed spinach, or macaroni cheese to name but a few. All the sides are either £4, £5 or £6, making Hawksmoor not exactly bankruptcy-inducing but a fair deal for the quality (and quantity) of food you receive.
On top of all this delicious British beef, Hawksmoor has a varied and delicious breakfast menu to match. Served only at their Guildhall branch, the menu features many favourites including Full English cooked breakfast with all the trimmings, the Hawksmoor Egg and Sausage muffin stack or Plum Doughnuts. If this all seems a bit heavy for your palate then there are lighter options as well.
Advanced telephone reservations are not strictly necessary for breakfast but are highly recommended later in the day.
Opening times: Breakfast: Monday – Friday: 07:00 – 10:00, lunch: Monday – Friday: 12:00 – 15:00, dinner: Monday – Friday: 17:00 – 22:30