The city has been calling out for Mark Hix and his chicken and steak…
and so he has answered, with Hixter, launching December 2nd in Devonshire Square. A stones throw from Liverpool street station.
Following on from the success of Tramshed, this is the group’s second site in a number of anticipated chicken & steak restaurants to open across London that will carry the name Hixter.
Just like at Tramshed, the emphasis is on sharing and ‘family style’ dining, so expect casual dining where food is served on platters and the diners serve themselves.
Sharing starters will include a selection of dishes including the giant Yorkshire pudding with whipped chicken livers. A whole roast Indian Rock chicken for 2-3 to share served on handmade stands costs £25, with steaks priced at £20 per 200g also to share, with chips included.
With a nod to the area’s history; chicken curry will also be on the menu.
In a similar vein to Mark’s other restaurants, this is much more than a place to eat good food and we wouldnt usually mention the signage, but when it has been designed by Tracey Emin, it is worthy of a little mention isnt it?
This will also be home to the second Mark’s Bar. Situated in the basement with a stunning ‘New York’ feel design and similar cocktail menu championing new and established British drinks producers and an extensive list of hand-crafted cocktails.