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
They're already delivering Hawksmoor at Home boxes nationwide and have a pretty excellent selection of at-home cocktails - and now Hawksmoor is taking the next
As we plunge into another lockdown, Hawksmoor are on hand again to make things just that little bit better. They've converted some of their best cocktails into bottled and canned versions and you can get them delivered anywhere in the UK.
Much as Hawksmoor is known for its steaks, the restaurant group is really almost as much about the cocktails too, so this is a
Excellent news for carnivores this morning as Hawksmoor have just announced the launch of their second Hawksmoor at Home box. The last one came out in July (you can read our Test Drive here) but, as the Hawksmoor folk explain: "As the new restrictions make it a little more difficult to go ‘out out’ we figure people may want to splurge on staying ‘in
Can you truly recreate the Hawksmoor experience in your own home? Their box delivery scheme aims to do that - we tried it out.
Going on sale from today is the much-anticipated Hawkmoor at Home box. The box, which costs £120 (that includes delivery to anywhere in the UK) serves two people.
In it you'll find the Hawksmoor Cookbook along with an absolutely massive 35-day dry-aged Porterhouse Steak. To go with that there's bone marrow and Madeira jus (for making the Bone Marrow Gravy) along with some Pierre Koffmann potatoes and
One easy recommendation for a great bar in London has always been the downstairs bar at Hawksmoor Spitalfields. Now, for the first time in nearly a decade, they've brought in a completely new cocktail list.
The 26 new drinks, many of which we tried on a preview the other week, capitalise on Hawksmoor’s second win for Best International Restaurant Bar at the prestigious Tales of the Cocktail awards in New Orleans earlier this year.
Hawksmoor have been named one of the top 50 Sunday Times Best Companies to work for, for eight consecutive years but news yesterday confirmed it - these guys are the BEST.
Remember the story about the restaurant manager who served a diner a bottle of wine worth £4500 by mistake?
To the customer who accidentally got given a bottle of Chateau le Pin
Hawskmoor hits it out of the park again with an epic burger meal deal
It's Hawksmoor's sixth London restaurant, opening in their tenth year. We head down to Borough Market to see what's new.
The very idea of a three martini lunch these days may be very rare indeed - but Hawksmoor are having none of that. Determined to bring back the boozy lunch they're adding three martinis to the lunchtime menu, teaming up with Hepple Gin and Valentine Warner. So if you fancy three stiffeners before lurching back to the office, here's what they're offering:
Let's hope you've eaten before you cast your eyes on this wondrous-looking item. This, my friends, is their Steak Slice - a meat pasty that knocks the original pastry item that inspired it into a distant cocked hat.
It's available at all Hawksmoor bars, but only for the month of November. To buy one costs £20 and it consists of a 200g 35-day-aged rare-breed ribeye, slow-braised with red
There aren't many guarantees in life, but if there's one thing that's certain it's that the line-up at Hawksmoor's annual Action Against Hunger's dinner will be top-notch. And the 2016 group of chefs taking part for the 2016 charity dinner certainly doesn't disappoint.
Guest chefs this year will work alongside Group Executive Chef Richard H Turner, each taking on particular course. So there'll be The Dairy's Robin Gill on canapés, Tomer Amedi from The Barbary
24/5/16 - updated as the menu is now in all Hawksmoor restaurants.
Blimey - has it really been 10 years since Hawksmoor launched? Since then, they've undoubtedly become one of the biggest names in London restaurants (and beyond). And with a launch in
As expected, the people behind Hawksmoor launched Foxlow - and as before they're avoiding central areas of London, this time landing in Balham and Chiswick. They're buying both Sam's Brasserie and Harrison's from Sam Harrison and transforming them into the latest of the Foxlow empire.
Expect similar dishes to
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