Hunters has a lot to live up to (not least because it was highly commended at last year’s Time Out Awards), but there’s always a danger of setting the bar too high. It certainly boasts a few nice flourishes that add to the dining experience: there are 12 types of speciality salt to choose from (diamond salt from Pakistan, anyone?) and the efficient staff wax lyrical about the char-grilled technique used to give their steaks a tasty crust. But when it comes down to it, the steaks themselves are a tiny bit disappointing – a little on the well-done side and not as flavoursome as some we’ve tasted. Still, this is without doubt a slick and stylish restaurant that serves some great dishes (including the tastiest chips in the city).