Steakhouses have always been popular, but for a long time they had a reputation as being a little dark and dingy - that is, until Hawksmoor revolutionised the game in 2006 and dragged steak into a new era. Ever since Hawksmoor Spitalfields first flung open its doors, Hawksmoor has been top of the pile for diners in search of great steaks, sauces and sides, and the group has slowly expanded across the UK. These days, you'll find Hawksmoor in cities all over the UK and Ireland, including Liverpool, Manchester, Dublin and Edinburgh.
Many Hawksmoor locations have private dining rooms available for those planning a private dinner, and Hawksmoor Borough is no different. Just a short walk from London Bridge station, Hawksmoor Borough is perfectly placed for those living in London or further south.
The Cooks' Room is Hawksmoor's lone private dining room, and features the group's cosy wood and leather aesthetic, with tiled walls and a separate downstairs kitchen to look after guests. Up to 18 guests can come here for a typical Hawksmoor meal - large groups can choose from one of three set sharing menus, which include a choice of three starters, steaks (which come in cast iron skillets with a selection of sides and sauces) and a couple of puddings, including the famous Hawksmoor sticky toffee pudding. Vegetarian options are also available.
A Sunday roast sharing menu is also available on Sundays. Alternatively if you want to go the whole hog (or cow, as it were), there's a special beef feast menu available exclusively in The Cooks' Room, which starts with beef tartare and beef tea with bread and butter, and carries on with oysters, langoustines, dry-aged prime rib, dripping chips and other sides. Get in touch with the Hawksmoor team to book yourself a unique private dining experience.