I have wanted to try Hawksmoor after hearing good things and I am glad I finally did.The starters were very good especially the beef carpaccio and our mains of fillet and sirloin were very tender and flavourful. Not wanting to rush we didn't order dessert due to the earlier closing time but if we had dined earlier we would of.Service was excellent from Marius and the rest of the team. I am very sure I will visit a Hawksmoor again.
You can believe the steak here is high quality. We shared some big parts and tried many parts. All the food was excellent. And the service here is even better on a clever setting: there is a great bar you can go to. Very reasonable price. Is this the best steak house in London? Probably not but sure it is a reliable good choice.
Seven Dials is the most winding square I have ever seen in the world, also known as the Seventh Intersection. The middle of the road is a small monument, then a star-shaped scattering of seven straight paths at a time, which is spectacular from the air or on a map.
Although Hawksmoor Seven Dials restaurant Covent Garden is a new restaurant, the entire interior decoration is completely modeled after the British traditional style of the last century. The antique old-style wood paneling and soft lighting make it feel like you were in England in the early 20th century. In addition to the restaurant, there is also an exquisite cocktail bar. In addition to dinner, ordering a cocktail is also a good experience.
We wanted to have a break in the Seven Dials quarter and we went for afternoon drinks in this pub. Service at the bar as always and the drinks were good: Pim's for my wife and a pint of beer for me. We managed to find a table by the window so we were able to keep watching the vibrant atmosphere outside. We had a good time.
I recently stayed at the Radisson Blu, Mercer Street, which is at the centre of the Seven Dials area of London. The area is well cared for and is full of vibrant individual shops and restaurants. The Seven Dials almost has an independent, village-like atmosphere to it, yet is situated close to Covent Garden, Trafalgar Square and lots of other tourist areas, all within walking distance.
A crazy intersection where 7 streets converge. Each street is worth exploring as each has it's own mix of shops,restaurants and bars. Amazingly it is hidden away just a few blocks from Covent Garden tube station.
Seven Dials is one of my favourite places for relaxing in London - mainly as it's hidden away from tourists. I love the fairy lights and the amazing wine bars and restaurants.
Stayed in a hotel here. Great location for walking around the west end. Covent Garden, Tottenham Court Roas and Leicester Square tubes nearby.