In a nutshell
Renowned steak restaurant, Hawksmoor has thrown open its doors in Scotland’s capital city in a Grade-A listed building. The former banking hall, which has been closed off to the public for decades, has been refurbished to celebrate the building’s original features.
What’s the vibe?
Expect spectacular, original art deco interiors – vintage furniture, light fittings and ironmongery have been sourced from all over the world in order to create an incredible dining room.
What’s the food like at Hawksmoor Edinburgh?
Like all Hawksmoors before it (there are several in London and Manchester) the kitchen team source the finest ingredients and produce they can. Here, of course, they make the most of Scotland’s impeccably rich larder.
Seafood comes from around the Scottish coast and beef from grass-fed native breed cattle, both north and south of the border. There are much smaller suppliers reflected on the menu, too, including sourdough from a local Edinburgh bakery.
23 West Register Street, Edinburgh EH2 2AA