hawksmoor knightsbridge review

Add the veg and the drinks you would be hard pushed to total £60.

These days chefs promote very rare for serving meat, as they say over cooking it ruins the flavour and the texture. Thanks for the review. Which probably cost them less than £2. The service was mixed between under friendly and over friendly. Visited whilst on a trip to London with my partner.

Genuinely delicious meal! more. Dear for the quality of food received. The waiters very frankly scruffy with one male...More, Thank you for your feedback, Sylvia. Get quick answers from Hawksmoor Knightsbridge staff and past visitors. Their twist on the lunch is to serve slices of roast rump joint (instead of the traditional rib of beef), with vegetables, roast potatoes and a Yorkshire pud. We all chose different ones & shared them, ... was very friendly and attentive - we even got given some. We were recommended a red wine and it complimented the beef so well.

Visited the Hawksmoor in Knightsbridge, amazing from start to finish. Great to see this place back open; the food and service were fantastic. It was unplanned - on my commute home, my phone suddenly alerted me that something was wrong with the District line.

Every time we go to London we visit this place since after a tiring day a good oasis. It would appear that London has caught on to the same idea, using the excuse that rare is best

Hawksmoor Knightsbridge, with its glamorous Art Deco interior, is just off Brompton Road between Knightsbridge's iconic department stores, Harrods and Harvey Nichols, and Kensington's cultural institutions, the Victoria & Albert, Natural History and Science Museums and the Royal Albert Hall. Cheap, it ain't, but great meat never is. Honestly don't know. We had no alcohol and had no starters or deserts. Worth the price for a treat. I recently went to another restaurant in Knightsbridge and had a lobster dinner for two it came to £70 including cocktails, so in comparison this was very expensive. Tks in advance. Sticky toffee pudding for the win!! These days chefs promote very rare for serving meat, as they say over cooking it ruins the flavour and the texture. The children’s portion was very large, they cleared their plates to...More. The children’s portion was very large, they cleared their plates to...my surprise. Tks in advance. This site uses cookies to improve your experience, to enhance site security and to show you personalised advertising. Is this good or bad? Their Knightsbridge place may be a little better mannered than its eastern siblings, a touch smarter, but its spirit (and steak) remains gloriously unsullied' Tom Parker-Bowles. It depends how you like your meat served. The restaurant specialise in steaks, but being a Sunday they also do a Sunday roast lunch for £22.50. top it all is the Alcohol that just perfect.

The service was mixed between under friendly and over friendly. The portions are reasonable, however if you like your meat medium to well done, then this is not for you, as the meat we had was almost mooing. £100+ for 2 people’s mains is a bitter pill to swallow. Tks in advance. Skip the scallops. If you are a resident of another country or region, please select the appropriate version of Tripadvisor for your country or region in the drop-down menu. The children’s portion was very large, they cleared their plates to...More. The meal and experience was very good but at the cost of £172, did leave a slightly bitter taste in the mouth. Hawksmoor Knightsbridge, with its glamorous Art Deco interior, is just off Brompton Road between Knightsbridge's iconic department stores, Harrods and Harvey Nichols, and Kensington's cultural institutions, the Victoria & Albert, Natural History and Science Museums and the Royal Albert Hall. Service is also excellent and the staff are very knowledgable about all the menu and to...top it all is the Alcohol that just perfect.More.

For us, this subterranean Knightsbridge rendezvous is certainly in with a big shout.

Honestly don't know.

General service was okay. Not a good experience and we won’t come back which is rare for us since we used to like the place.More, Thank you for your feedback, Sylvia. Can a vegan person get a good meal at this restaurant? Many restaurants in New York stated that they had been throwing away a lot of meat that the clients had returned saying it was not as they asked and over cooked, so now they deliberately under cook it to avoid this happening. Went to this Knightsbridge steak house to celebrate my sons birthday. more. I recently went to another restaurant in Knightsbridge and had a lobster dinner for two it came to £70 including cocktails, so in comparison this was very expensive.More, This is a place for anyone who loves a good Steak, must come and taste the Steak. We were recommended a red wine and it complimented the beef so well.

With so many people suffering from the Covid disaster this establishment certainly is not participating in lowering their prices to encourage customers to come back. It's as simple as that. The steak is very juicy and I recommend it and the fish id very nice. I doubt whether the cost for this dish used much of its money on gas or electricity to cook the it, the meat was served browned on the top and almost raw on in the inside. One had a fish which was too salty with no taste and the other was a sirloin steak which was grim, like cardboard with a slight aged smell and a taste to match.

We're really sorry to hear that you did not enjoy your experience as much as we would have hoped. Hopefully we will see you on a return visit to Knightsbridge soon! I hope we welcome you back very soon!

We had no alcohol and had no starters or deserts. Not a good experience and we won’t come back which is rare for us since we used to like the place.More, Thank you for your feedback, Sylvia. I believe they do as this is a restaurant where "what the customer wants, the customer gets", Yes, with the special menu you have a choice of sides. Came on our last day in London and I will say the Sunday Roast might have been the highlight of our trip! Still one of my favorite spots in London. As you enter the building you go down a flight of stairs into the main restaurant. I recently went to another restaurant in Knightsbridge and had a lobster dinner for two it came to £70 including cocktails, so in comparison this was very expensive.More, This is a place for anyone who loves a good Steak, must come and taste the Steak. When we finally ordered our meal I and my son both had fillet steaks cooked exactly as requested, (one rare the other well done)we both had triple fried chips to accompany it, which at £5 per portion where delicious, although maybe the portion could have been a little larger. It would appear that London has caught on to the same idea, using the excuse that rare is best We will definitely be back soon.More. I just wondered if anybody knows if the 3 courses and a cocktail menu rump steak is served with anything?? I would suggest you call/email the hotel direct. With so many people suffering from the Covid disaster this establishment certainly is not participating in lowering their prices to encourage customers to come back. As well as steaks from ethically-reared traditional British breeds, the menu features a number of seafood dishes. The bill came to £172 including service. server being well below any standard expected by a named restaurant. Docklands / Canary Wharf / Isle of Dogs Hotels, Hotels near V&A - Victoria and Albert Museum, European Restaurants for Large Groups in London, Restaurants for Special Occasions in London, Restaurants with Outdoor Seating in London, British Restaurants for Lunch in Victoria, Special Occasion Dining Restaurants in Marylebone. my surprise. However I read an article recently saying this is really so that they can serve it very are and then let you can advise your waiter how you would like it afterwards.

This meal in my opinion should have been no more than £130, (they even charged £4.50 for a bottle of water). Note: your question will be posted publicly on the Questions & Answers page.

We will definitely be back soon.More. We rank these hotels, restaurants, and attractions by balancing reviews from our members with how close they are to this location.

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The service was mixed between under friendly and over friendly. top it all is the Alcohol that just perfect. As you enter the building you go down a flight of stairs into the main restaurant. Worth the price for a treat. Get quick answers from Hawksmoor Knightsbridge staff and past visitors. You hand your coats to a lady...More, This is a place for anyone who loves a good Steak, must come and taste the Steak. Hawksmoor Knightsbridge, with its glamorous Art Deco interior, is just off Brompton Road between Knightsbridge's iconic department stores, Harrods and Harvey Nichols, and Kensington's cultural institutions, the Victoria & Albert, Natural History and Science Museums and the Royal Albert Hall. One had a fish which was too salty with no taste and the other was a sirloin steak which was grim, like cardboard with a slight aged smell and a taste to match. I doubt whether the cost for this dish used much of its money on gas or electricity to cook the it, the meat was served browned on the top and almost raw on in the inside. The restaurant specialise in steaks, but being a Sunday they also do a Sunday roast lunch for £22.50. Add the veg and the drinks you would be hard pushed to total £60. Their Knightsbridge place may be a little better mannered than its eastern siblings, a touch smarter, but its spirit (and steak) remains gloriously unsullied' Tom Parker-Bowles. The fact there is service...charge for tables for 2 is a little cheeky. Still one of my favorite spots in London.

If you like extremely rare, than this is for you. server being well below any standard expected by a named restaurant. Hawksmoor Knightsbridge, with its glamorous Art Deco interior, is just off Brompton Road between Knightsbridge’s iconic department stores, Harrods and Harvey Nichols, and Kensington’s cultural institutions, the Victoria & Albert, Natural History and Science Museums and the Royal Albert Hall. my surprise. For those, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Accepts American Express, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Reservations, Seating, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer, BYOB, HawksmoorUK, Manager at Hawksmoor Knightsbridge, responded to this review, HawksmoorUK, General Manager at Hawksmoor Knightsbridge, responded to this review, HawksmoorUK, Owner at Hawksmoor Knightsbridge, responded to this review, Wealth courses through The King's Road, Chelsea's, a quieter side of Chelsea.

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