The range will feature seven steaks including individual prime cuts such as ribeye, sirloin, rump and fillet and larger cuts such as prime rib, porterhouse and T-bone.
The steaks are available to pre-order from today and will go live on 10 February.
“It has been a joy finding silver linings during this pandemic, which has been so difficult for restaurants and all the people whose livelihoods rely on them,” says Hawksmoor co-founder Will Beckett.
“While it has severely hampered our reason for being, to make people happy, and we greatly miss that magic happy hum of people enjoying themselves in our restaurants, through Hawksmoor at Home we’ve been able to support our farmers and bring a little Hawksmoor char and cheer into people’s homes.”
Hawksmoor beef comes from a network of British farms from cattle reared to the restaurant group’s specification and are fed on a natural grass and forage-based diet.
The individual prime cuts are available in the same sizes seen at Hawksmoor restaurants, starting with rump at £12 for 300g, 400g ribeye and sirloin both priced at £20 and a 300g fillet at £22.
The large cuts are priced per 100 grams: T-bone at £3.50 per 100g, prime rib at £3.50 and porterhouse at £4.
Each purchase via the Ocado or Hawksmoor websites will come with links to masterclass videos and tips from Hawksmoor executive chef Matt Brown.
Hawksmoor was founded in 2006 and currently operates six restaurants in London as well as sites in Manchester and Edinburgh.