Hot tip: Hawksmoor

THE OFFER: £5 corkage on Mondays, with no limit on the quantity or size of bottles brought to the table.

Where:
Across all Hawksmoor sites.

When:
All day, every Monday.

Who:
All diners

Expiry:
Indefinite, until we hear otherwise.

The food: Run by Will Beckett and Huw Gott, the goal is simple: to serve the best British steaks in the county. All of the beef used at Hawksmoor comes from free roaming, grass-fed cattle and is dry-aged for a minimum of 35 days for added flavour, with buttery lobster and maple bacon donuts also among the menu’s decadent treats.

Website: thehawksmoor.com

To see Wine List Confidential’s review of Hawksmoor click here.

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