Hawksmoor Knightsbridge 22

3 Yeoman's Row , London, SW3 2AL

2 reviews

60 Steak British Chelsea

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SquareMeal Review of Hawksmoor Knightsbridge

Ten years on and everyone now has their favourite Hawksmoor. For us, this subterranean Knightsbridge rendezvous is certainly in with a big shout. The handsome art-deco and wood-panelled interiors are noticeably more grandiose than some of the group’s siblings, but it’s the South-East Asian seafood riffs that we really love. Few dishes in London are quite as joyfully messy as the Singapore-style lobster served up in a spicy, coriander-infused tomato sauce – be warned, you’ll need at least three napkins to clean up afterwards. Pair this with one of Hawksmoor’s famous British-reared steaks (still as magnificent as ever), and you’ve arguably got the best surf ‘n’ turf combo in town. Special mentions should also go to the crispy shallot-topped Vietnamese-style oysters, the Old Spot pork belly ribs with vinegar slaw and the ‘ambassador’s reception’ – a gloriously decadent take on a Ferrero Rocher. As we’ve come to expect, service is a perfect mix of informality and assurance.

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Hawksmoor Knightsbridge is recommended for

Big And Bold | Fun | Traditional | Dates | Group Dining 8 Plus | Special Occasions Over 40S | Brunch | Byob

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

South Kensington Tube Station 599m

Knightsbridge Tube Station 663m


Address: 3 Yeoman's Row , London SW3 2AL

Area: Chelsea

Opening times

Mon-Sat 12N-3pm 5-10.30pm (Mon-Thurs -9.30pm) Sun 12N-9.30pm

Nearby Landmarks

Harrods 340m

Victoria and Albert Museum 341m


Telephone: 020 7590 9290


Cuisine: Steak British


Food & Drink: 9.0

Service: 8.0

Atmosphere: 7.5

Value: 5.5

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 4.0

Value: 2.0

AndMrs B. 12 February 2015

For Mr B's review (rather than Mrs, below), check out our blog: http://mrandmrsblogs.co.uk/article/hawksmoor Mr B and I were very excited to introduce some close friends of ours - Mr & Mrs K- to the delights of Monday Night at Hawksmoor Knightsbridge. Exceedingly cleverly, the restaurant hosts a ‘bring your own bottle’ Knight...sorry night...every Monday, and we found ourselves merrily tramping along, with our own (carefully chosen) bottle of Muga Rioja ‘Seleccion Especial’ 2010 (I like to think I thrilled Mr B with my sultry pronunciation. His quizzical, slightly concerned expression, though, possibly indicated otherwise). Mr and Mrs K raised the bar further by offering up their own bottle of 2008 Chateau Cantermerle Haut-Medoc, which we opened and proceeded to rhapsodise over, partly because it was an unbelievably silken edged bottle of prime Bordeaux, and partly because we couldn’t contain our glee at the mark-up we were saving (fyi most restaurants at least double or triple the cost price of a bottle). Either way, satisfied with our wine choice, we then turned to the menu. For those who haven’t come across the Hawksmoor restaurants (of which there are 5 in London), their modus operandi is very simple - an emphasis on expertly grilled beef (though Knightsbridge also offers a host of fish options, all simply prepared). The first time we visited the restaurant, our waiter was so enthusiastic in his response to Mr B’s question about the various cuts, that he virtually pulled up a chair and joined us at the table for an hour. Thank goodness the steak lived up to expectations. With Mr and Mrs K, we were no less impressed when a 1.2kg hunk of rib eye, and chargrilled tranche of monkfish, pulled up at the table. Both beautifully cooked, our slight quibble was that we had asked for the steak medium-rare, rather than medium-well. Re the side orders, our choices of chips (widely praised), baked sweet potato, spinach, and two salads, also went down well (though I would suggest the restaurant considers at least doubling the size of its side salads, as at £4 pop, a teacup’s worth appears rather stingy). It also, I regret to say, really bothers me to be charged for bread (£2- maybe I’ll BYO loaf next time). That said, rarely have I seen four such happy campers picking over the remains of a femur-sized bone. Cheap it ain’t, but I defy anyone to point me in the direction of a more expertly cooked steak.

Food & Drink: 4.0

Service: 4.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 3.0

London Gourmet platinum reviewer 24 November 2014

The latest addition to the growing Hawksmoor chain. In terms of food offering it follows somewhat the Air Street formula in that the fish part is better represented than it used to be in their older restaurants. Having said that, the real reason to go to this (or any of their other places) is the steak offering. And it doesn't disappoint ! Best are their larger cuts (so ideal if you're sharing) and the menu follows the established and successful Hawksmoor formula - no surprises. The setting makes most out of the lower ground location of the restaurant A good addition to the dinning offering in this part of town

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