Mark Hix’s restaurant on Bankside is for those hungry for art, situated just a stones throw from Tate Modern.
Mark Hix opened his first restaurant south of the river in what was originally a Victorian tin box factory built in the late 19th century. The beautifully designed restaurant, features show-stopping art pieces by leading British artists Tracey Emin, Mat Colishaw, Tim Noble and Sue Webster. Its vast glass-fronted kitchen is divided between two striking dining rooms and a cocktail bar - Mark’s, in the basement.
Ideally situated across from the Tate Modern, and just a short walk from Borough Market, Hixter Bankside is a distinctive addition to the neighbourhood.
Hixter builds on the success of Tramshed in Shoreditch where the concept of serving a whole roast chicken or steaks of 250g and 500g to share is outstandingly popular. This simple approach means that you can share a whole roast chicken, with chips and salad for 2-3 people for £25 and steaks from £20. Or why not try their Bottomless Brunch offer available on Saturdays. Choose between bottomless Bloody Marys, Prosecco or HIX Fix for £15 when dining from the brunch menu.