Hawksmoor Edinburgh
Hawksmoor Edinburgh
Hawksmoor Edinburgh
Hawksmoor Edinburgh
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St Andrew square

A short walk from Waverley station, Princes Street and just off St. Andrew Square, Hawksmoor Edinburgh is located in the beautiful former National Bank of Scotland Banking Hall, a Grade A listed ‘building of national importance’. The restaurant has been sensitively refurbished to celebrate the building’s original features.

In Edinburgh, Hawksmoor draws on the amazing produce that Scotland has to offer, featuring seafood from around the Scottish coast and beef from grass-fed native breed cattle from both sides of the border. Hawksmoor serves some of the best steak in Edinburgh, as well as snacks at the bar alongside cocktails created by our award-winning bartenders.

There are two private dining room, seating up to 12 guests and up to 48 guests, serving our sharing style menus to ensure you get a taste of our wide range of cuts and sides. More information here.

On Mondays, corkage is £5 all day and on Sundays, there are roasts that Observer Food Monthly named amongst the best in the UK. Our Express menu is available lunch and early evenings every Monday – Saturday.

Monday – Friday – 12.00pm-3.00pm & 5.00pm-10.00pm

Saturday – 12.00pm-10.00pm

Sunday – 12.00pm-9.00pm

*Sunday Roasts guaranteed until 4.30pm

Get in touch

0131 526 4790

23 W Register St, Edinburgh EH2 2AA, UK

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Hawksmoor Edinburgh
23 W Register St
Edinburgh EH2 2AA


“Mixes upscale seafood with top quality meat.
For British cooking, Hawksmoor is top of the pile.”

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Wheelchair Users

Hawksmoor Edinburgh is wheelchair accessible through the entrance from The Edinburgh Grand Hotel.

Closest car park: Princes Exchange Car Park, 9/2 Riego Street, Edinburgh, EH3 9BL

Hawksmoor Full Scottish

served every Saturday from 12pm to 3pm

“Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper.”
We’re not sure about that last bit, but we thoroughly concur with the rest. And there are no more kingly breakfasts than those that earned us ‘Best Breakfast’ gongs from GQTime Out and The Telegraph: our ode to the Full English.