Restaurants & Bars

The recent revival of Covent Garden has brought with it a host of exciting restaurants, bars and cafés to suit all tastes.

Indigo at One Aldwych
Indigo at One Aldwych is a relaxed restaurant overlooking the hotel’s buzzing Lobby Bar. Under the hand of Executive Chef Dominic Teague, the much-celebrated restaurant serves a delightful, seasonal menu with a focus on British suppliers, and all of the food happens to be gluten and dairy-free too.

Spring at Somerset House
2 minute walk
As Skye Gyngell's first solo venture, Spring brings her acclaimed ingredient-led cooking to the elegant setting of Somerset House.

The Delaunay
2 minute walk
As the sister to The Wolseley, this grand European-café restaurant is a real treat and serves everything from café classics to oysters and caviar.

Joe Allen
2 minute walk
This classic American restaurant is a favourite with theatregoers and thespians alike who admire the brick-walled basement’s show posters and great food.

Café Murano
2 minute walk
Under the direction of Angela Hartnett, Café Murano is a Northern Italian restaurant with a fabulous menu of classic Italian dishes.

2 minute walk
Offering a great salt beef sandwich and great cocktails, Mishkin’s takes a playful approach to Jewish comfort food classics using local produce.

3 minute walk
This New York City export has touched down in Covent Garden, bringing with it a dose of glamour, not to mention its acclaimed duck shepherd's pie.

3 minute walk
The off-shoot of the insanely popular Soho joint MEATliquor, MEATmarket is a firm favourite amongst those on the hunt for the ultimate patty in a bun. 

The Ivy Market Grill
5 minute walk
Set on the beautiful Covent Garden Piazza, the restaurant’s menu features a fantastic range of all-day dining and includes a couple of signature Ivy dishes that won't break the bank.

5 minute walk
Polpo, on Maiden Lane in Covent Garden, is one of Russell Norman’s Venetian-style bàcaros - an Italian tavern serving tapas-style sharing dishes or 'cicheti'.

5 minute walk
Opening in 1798, Rules is the oldest restaurant in London. This local institution specialises in classic game cookery and oysters.

10 Cases
6 minute walk
The owner of this casual wine bistrot buys just ten cases of wine at a time, ensuring a constantly evolving wine list.

Clos Maggiore
7 minute walk
Fine French food and an impossibly romantic setting, give this Covent Garden restaurant its undeniable charm. 

8 minute walk
Prime cuts of matured beef and other British classics are served in this Seven Dials restaurant, neatly tucked under the arches of an old brewery.

Les Deux Salons
8 minute walk
In this, the third venture from Michelin-starred Chefs Anthony Demetre and Will Smith, expect a traditional French menu and classic brasserie setting. 

Lamb & Flag
8 minute walk
Not strictly a restaurant, but one of Covent Garden’s favourite historic pubs. Dating back to 1772, it was a favourite watering hole of Charles Dickens.

J Sheekey Oyster Bar
10 minute walk
Discreetly tucked away on St Martin’s Court, J Sheekey is a fish and seafood restaurant offering the finest fish, oysters, shellfish and other fruits de mer for miles around.

10 minute walk
Dishoom’s original restaurant opened in Covent Garden, and this chain of much-loved Bombay cafés continues to attract a big crowd.

L'Atelier de Robuchon
11 minute walk
Holder of 26 Michelin stars, Joël Robuchon brings stunning Spanish and Japanese-inflected French cooking to the capital.

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