Hawksmoor Seven Dials is a restaurant space that feels like it has been there for a hundred years. Interior architects Macaulay Sinclair have created a stunning 50-cover bar and a 142-cover restaurant. The cavernous interior retains some of the original features including the vaulted brick ceiling and a series of Victorian cast iron columns, enhanced by the architects’ use of reclaimed materials throughout, such as the parquet floor, chemistry lab tops which have become bar tables, and numerous old doors from train stations and hotels. Tiles were sourced from London Underground restoration suppliers, with the English peacock blue of the dining chairs, bar stools and banquettes adding some colour. Clever use of lighting, from the Viennese Hoffman lamps that softly illuminate the pewter bar to the warm glow that subtly enhances the vaulted ceiling in the restaurant, creates the perfect atmosphere in which to enjoy the legendary steaks. The Perfect space for any event.
- The Restaurant Writes...
Winner of the Time Out Award for 'Best New Restaurant 2011', Hawksmoor Seven Dials has wowed fans and critics alike ever since it opened in 2010. Tucked away in a quiet street, the restaurant is loacted in the old Watney-Combe brewery and has retained some of the building's original features.
The 142-cover restaurant serves generously sized steaks, simple cooked on a charcoal grill, using beef from traditional British breeds supplied by award winning butchers The Ginger Pig.
Situated in the heart of London's Theatreland, Hawksmoor Seven Dials also has express pre and post theatre menus. The bar is ideal for casual burgers and hot dogs or for some of the best cocktails in London, including old school drinks and new.
- Contact Events Team, Hawksmoor Seven Dials at 0207 481 6358