Overlooking the famous Regent Street, Hawksmoor Air Street is a beautifully designed restaurant serving a balance menu of quality steak and seafood.

It’s stunning Art Deco decor and classy furnishings create a sophisicated and relaxed environment for enjoying its delicious food. Combining quality food and amazing customer service, Hawksmoor Air Street is a popular restaurant for those visiting central London and London’s West End.

Hawksmoor is famous for its steak, but over recent times, it has teamed up with Mitch Tonks to deliver the finest seafood in London. Hawksmoor’s ambition is simple… A steakhouse serving the best fish in London? On your next visit, I’m sure that you will be the judge of that.

Located near the West End’s theatres, Hawksmoor Air Street offers an Express Menu perfect for lunch, pre and post theatre dinners. If you are still not sold, Hawksmoor has a fantastic bar area serving a fine selection of cocktails and wines. The bar opening times do vary from the restaurant’s.

Hawksmoor Air Street is fully accessible to wheelchair users.



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