Restaurants & Bars

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

Eneko Basque Kitchen & Bar

Launched in partnership with the three Michelin-starred Chef, Eneko Atxa, Eneko Basque Kitchen & Bar offers his inventive interpretation of traditional Basque cuisine in an informal fashion. Serving unique dishes as well as decadent desserts, the restaurant is the perfect destination for a pre or post-theatre supper. 


Indigo is a relaxed restaurant overlooking the hotel’s glamorous Lobby Bar. Under the hand of Executive Chef Dominic Teague, the menu incorporates the finest seasonal ingredients sourced from British suppliers and 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.

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.


3 minute walk

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

Roka Aldwych

4 minute walk

ROKA is London's award winning Japanese restaurant, serving contemporary Japanese robatayaki cuisine in striking yet informal surroundings.

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.

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.

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.


6 minute walk

Frenchie Covent Garden by Gregory Marchand is the newest outpost of the hugely popular Frenchie, Frenchie Wine Bar, Frenchie To Go and Frenchie Wine Shop hailing from the Rue du Nil in Paris’ 2nd arrondissement. 


6 minute walk

Margot salutes Italy and its many regions with an emphasis on great food and great service. Celebrating the glamour and charm of Italian design and craft in simple elegance, Margot combines comfort and refinement in a lively setting.

The Petersham

6 minute walk

The elegant à la carte restaurant The Petersham opened its doors recently in Covent Garden and will follow the established and well-respected formula of the Richmond branch. Serving the finest seasonal produce and taking inspiration from the understated grandeur of Petersham House, it offers the perfect blend of British and Italian cuisine.  

La Goccia

6 minute walk

Matching to vibrant neighbourhood of Covent Garden, the recently opened La Goccia bursts with elements of dramatic and theatrical ambience as well as offering an open kitchen where food is prepared in front of diners. Its menu focusses on the Petersham Nurseries interpretation of the Italian aperitivo and Venetian small plates known as ‘cicchetti’.


3 minute walk

Showcasing a delicious fusion of Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian cuisine, SUSHISAMBA opens its doors in Covent Garden’s famed Opera Terrace early this year. Set within the historic Market Building, SUSHISAMBA will bring high-energy locale, vibrant dining and great cocktails to the already buzzing neighbourhood. 

Cora Pearl

4 minute walk

Following the success of the Shepherd Market restaurant, Kitty Fisher’s, there will be an exciting second restaurant opening in the heart of Covent Garden on Henrietta Street. The restaurant will be run by the same team with George Barson taking the reigns as Head Chef.

Dominique Ansel Treehouse

8 minute walk

Whimsical, nature-inspired restaurant, cafe and patisserie from the inventor of the Cronut

Volta Do Mar

4 minute walk

The menus at Volta do Mar showcase the delicious regional cuisine of Portugal and celebrate the international culinary confluences from its trading past. 


3 minute walk

New York’s hippest plant-based, fast casual restaurant has arrived in Covent Garden and aims to share delicious, wholesome, plant-based food that fuels and energizes without compromising flavour, taste or satisfaction.  


1 minute walk

Located in a wonderful Victorian building, this upmarket American grill always delivers great and efficient service. Due to its proximity to many theatres, it is a good choice for pre/post theatre dinner. You can also enjoy a drink in its relaxed “Martini Bar”.   

Cinnamon Bazaar

4 minute walk

Inventive Indian cuisine and innovative cocktails, served all day in a vibrant, bazaar-themed space.  

Frog by Adam Handling

3 minute walk

Renowned chef, Adam Handling, has extended his culinary empire with his flagship restaurant, Frog by Adam Handling. The dishes served at the restaurant showcase Adam's deliciously recognisable cooking style, combining technical savvy with the freshest seasonal produce  


8 minute walk

The culinary focus will be on small plates or cicchetti using the freshest seasonal ingredients – mostly sourced direct from produce markets in Milan. 


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