Hix Soho | Seasonal British Fare
A staple in the “favourites” list of many a discerning London diner, Mark Hix’s flagship restaurant on Brewer Street in Soho has been entertaining and impressing guests from around the world since it first opened its doors in 2009.
In a high glass-ceilinged space surrounded by art created by some of the UK’s most celebrated artists – including a mobile by Damien Hirst and graffiti foam bricks by Miranda Donovan hanging overhead – you can expect to experience seasonal British cooking (via a daily-changing menu) at its very best.
The interior’s simple, with minimalist furniture: light wood tables, dark chairs, and light tiled flooring all simple enough to allow the food to do the real talking, but with the tables in sufficient proximity to each other to give a sense of hustle and liveliness. Located in the heart of the West End, Hix is a classic spot for dining pre or post-theatre, and there are good set menus on offer for each of those options. But it’s also just a classic to visit at any point, and for any reason, if you find yourself in or around Soho.
Just make sure, if you do go, to also take your guest downstairs for an eccentric cocktail or two in Mark’s apothecary bar….
NOTE: Hix Soho is open now. You can find out more or book a table right HERE.
Hix Soho | 66-70 Brewer Street,
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