A hidden gem of a restaurant deep in the heart Covent Garden, Hawksmoor Seven Dials is one serious London steakhouse, serving some of the finest cuts of meat in the capital.
This magnificent restaurant is nestled along Langley Street just off the Seven Dials and is housed inside the former Watney Combe brewery. Many of the buildings original features remain with exposed brickwork and smart panelling yet contemporary furnishings bring the design bang up to date. This super restaurant is a perfect place to celebrate a birthday.
Offering a lunch menu, dinner menu, Sunday menu and Prix Fixe menu there is plenty of choice and British meat is championed at all times, always cooked to perfection. Start with a delicious London cure smoked salmon with Delmonico’s garnish and follow with one of their amazing steaks including rib eye, fillet, Porterhouse, chateaubriand, rump and bone in prime rib.
Quality here is second to none and the wine list is exceptional too. The dining experience is a carnivores dream of the very highest quality and with many of London’s major theatres on its doorstep is also perfect for pre theatre dining. Steakhouses don’t come much better than this restaurant.
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