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Hawksmoor team up with Ocado to deliver steaks

Hawksmoor team up with Ocado to delivery steaks

As well as being masters of steak, Hawksmoor have continued to be masters of lockdown, They've shifted what they do towards delivery, ensuring that we can still get their lovely steaks and cocktails and that they can continue to keep staff employed and support their suppliers. 

Their next pivot (we know, sorry!) is towards supermarkets - sort of. They've just teamed up with Ocado to deliver steaks individually. They'll have Ribeye, Sirloin, Rump and Fillet and larger cuts such as Prime Rib, Porterhouse and T-Bone, all aged in a bespoke dry-aging room. They're all available to add to your regular shop (and they're also available to buy from the Hawksmoor store) and will come with a link to masterclass videos, tips and more from Hawksmoor Executive Chef Matt Brown. 

Here's what Hawksmoor co-founder Will Beckett has to say:

It has been a joy finding silver linings during this pandemic, which has been so difficult for restaurants and all the people whose livelihoods rely on them. While it has severely hampered our reason for being, to make people happy, and we greatly miss that magic happy hum of people enjoying themselves in our restaurants, through Hawksmoor at Home we’ve been able to support our farmers and bring a little Hawksmoor char and cheer into people’s homes. We are now continuing down this path by bringing the same steaks we cook in the restaurants to our own website and to Ocado”

Now, if they can just start selling their salted caramel Rolos Tributes in individual packs, we'll order a job lot of them...

Hawksmoor team up with Ocado to delivery steaks

 

More about Hawksmoor steaks

When? Available to pre-order now on Ocado, on the Hawksmoor shop from 10 February 2021.

How to order: Via Ocado or Hawksmoor At Home.

Find out more: Follow them on Instagram @hawksmoorrestaurants.

 

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