Mark Hix is expanding his ever growing empire, with his new restaurant Hixter Bankside.
For a little of that Hixter magic in your kitchen try Mark’s recipe for mutton curry.
Clued up Londoners are already well aware of the institution that is Hixter, the iconic restaurants from chef Mark Hix that are serving up some of the best chicken and steak across the capital. So we couldn’t help getting a tad excited about Hixter Bankside, the newest addition that’s set to be serving up the same simple menu just a few feet away from cultural hub the Tate Modern.
For those of you who aren’t familiar with the Hixter mantra that simple is best. They specialise in chicken and steak cooked to perfection with a fantastic value for money. Expect whole roasted chicken with chips and salad for an incredible £25, and juicy steaks all coming in around the £20 margin. And that’s certainly not all Hixter has to offer.
Renowned for its quirky approach to interior design, notably the formaldehyde cow and chicken by Damien Hirst that sit proudly at Tramshed, there’s hardly a more appropriate spot in London than next to it’s most original art galleries. And art is certainly going to feature prominently at the new location, with Mark himself saying that ‘we’re going to have a lot of fun with art here – it lends itself perfectly.’
The new site is set up in an old Victorian tin box printing factory (could it get any cooler?!) and covers over 7000 square feet. This is going to be divided into two outstanding dining rooms that feature a huge glass fronted kitchen and a Mark’s Bar downstairs.
For more information visit hixter.co.uk