16 Great Guildford St
London SE1 0HS
020 7921 9508
A stone’s throw from Borough Market, Hixter was originally a metal box factory and is lauded as one of the most unique and versatile venues south of the river. Hixter pays homage to its origins with exposed brick and metalwork featured throughout.
The main dining room, complete with a baby grand piano, is overlooked by Charming Baker’s ‘Faith’s Leap’ and the walls of the striking open-plan kitchen are built with the Himalayan salt bricks that are used to age our beef. Offering a variety of flexible private dining spaces for corporate and social events, Hixter is also licensed for wedding ceremonies.
Chicken, steak, and most recently, fish and seafood form the heart of the menu showcasing the best of British ingredients alongside dishes influenced by Mark’s travels.
The Cock ‘n’ Bull dining room is a bright space bathed in natural daylight enveloped by Luke Embden’s pop-art mural. The opulent Bull Room with large windows and velvet curtains lends itself to breakfast meetings, private dining and drinks receptions.
Downstairs, Mark’s Bar is a hidden gem featuring an impressive sunken bar with cinema-style bar seating and Mark’s signature billiards table. Like its sister bar in Soho, the understated luxury of Mark’s Bar Bankside offers the perfect setting for drinks parties or feasting.
Monday and Tuesday 11.30-9.30pm
Wednesday to Friday 11.30-10.30pm
Mark’s Bar is open Wednesday to Saturday from 3pm until late.
The restaurant will be closed on the following dates for a private event:
February 22nd all day
Mark’s Bar will be closed on 22nd February, 7th and 14th March for a private event:
Hixter features artwork from both renowned and up-and-coming British artists, such as Mat Collishaw, Tracey Emin, Tim Noble and Gary Webb.
With it’s sunken bar and upcycled cinema-style seating, Mark’s Bar Bankside is a great hideaway to sample some hand-crafted cocktails and snax.
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