Hix is currently one of the hottest restaurants to see and be seen in the whole of Soho. The head chef and restaurant creator, Mark Hix, has been making waves with his unique take on British cuisine. On the menu, you will find clever twists on old classics such as Webster's fish fingers and steak and oyster pie. The décor in Hix is simple with a New York vibe - there is a long chrome bar, tiled floors and simple wooden tables. The large wooden door that leads into the restaurant area gives no clue to the bustling and fashionable world that lies within.
If you fancy a pre or post-dinner cocktail, downstairs at Hix you will find one of the best cocktail bars in London - Mark's Bar. A neon sign points you downstairs to this chic basement bar where water is poured from the mouths of oriental fish jugs, the bar is lined with vintage crystal wine decanters, and the skilled cocktail team have their own individual and quirky style. For details of the bar, see the Marks Bar page on the Hix website.
66 - 70 Brewer Street
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7292 3518
Website: Official Hix Soho Website
|January - December||Monday||11:30 - 21:30|
|Tuesday - Thursday||11:30 - 22:30|
|Friday - Saturday||11:30 - 23:30|
|Sunday||11:30 - 16:30|
Tube: Piccadilly Circus (Brown Line / Bakerloo Line, Blue Line / Piccadilly Line)
How to book:
Telephone bookings: You can book over the phone using the number above.
Online bookings: You can book at the Bookings page on the Hix official website.
Email bookings: You cannot book at Hix via email. Therefore, if you would like to book online you will need to use the booking page (see above).
Walk-in bookings: Hix is one of Soho's popular restaurants. This makes booking virtually essential (if you are planning on coming in the evening at the weekend you should try to book about a week in advance). However, due to the fact that Hix offer long opening hours, if you do not have a reservation you can try coming at a less regular hour e.g. after lunch time or for a late night dinner.