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Hawksmoor

Restaurants, Steakhouse
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5 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

One of London's best steakhouses sets up shop on Deansgate, cooking up some seriously tasty cow (and more)

With dark, panelled rooms and frosted windows, Hawksmoor Manchester is the first branch of the upscale steakhouse to make its mark outside of London. Yet like its southern brethren, it’s a place to blur day with night over ginger cocktails and the country’s finest meat.

House special is beef, sourced from the Ginger Pig farm in Yorkshire, with cuts sold per portion (bone-in sirloin, D-rump) or by weight. Slabs of chateaubriand, T-bone or porterhouse are listed on chalkboards around the room – yet other options are strong, too.

On a recent trip, veal rump with fried oysters vied with ceviche-style sea bass and baked scallops for our attention. Sides of mac’n’cheese, anchovy hollandaise and perfect spring greens were on a par with mains. Desserts didn’t drop the baton, either.

The ‘Ambassador’s Reception’ (Nutella stuff, chocolate, hazelnuts – basically, a giant Ferrero Rocher) and a peanut butter shortcake with salted caramel ice nestling in chocolate sauce stood out, the latter being a fun throwback for Millie’s Cookies fans. Drinks-wise, there's plenty for the boutique vineyard aficionado in the £30-£40 category.

Coming in higher in the food stakes than Grill on the Alley and a darn sight more contemporary than Gaucho, we found the price unexpectedly right. Our waitress tells us that she’s not sure that Manchester will ‘get it’; she is wearing her own clothes, after all, and the vibe is not glitzy. The real surprise, however, would be if Hawksmoor failed to fly.



By: Ruth Allan

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Address: 184-186 Deansgate
Manchester
M3 3WB
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Special offers

Autumn Set Menu :2/3 courses with a cocktail £30/£35

To celebrate being named Best Restaurant Bar in the World at the drinks industry Oscar’s, Tales of the Cocktail in New Orleans, decided to scrap the cocktail list and start again. After 6 long months of arduous tastings (someone has to do it) they’re proud to present the first sneak peek of the new list. Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 6 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service. Valid For: 1 - 6 People Sun 5:00PM-6:30PM 9:00PM-10:30PM,Mon-Sat 12:00PM-3:00PM 5:00PM-6:30PM 10:00PM-10:30PM

Offer valid until Nov 30 2019

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5 out of 5 stars