Best Restaurants in Central London -WC1 & WC2
London is the one of the most visited city in the world, a cosmopolitan metropolis, elegant, vibrant, full of history and beautiful people. You will certainly not have the chance to get bored in the British Capital, since there are thousands of restaurants, clubs and bars, and hotels to suit all tastes.
Today, we will talk about some of the best restaurants in Central London, including the postcodes WC1 & WC2. Suffice it to say that they are among the most famous restaurants in London, covering a variety of styles & cuisines and providing you an exquisite dining experience.
Check the list below, to see some of the greatest restaurants and eateries in Covent Garden. Most of them have the online booking option with instant confirmation to satisfy your needs in no time.
Address: 9 Adam St, London, Greater London WC2N 6AA
Phone: 020 7379 8000
An 18th century refurbished house is today the host building of Adam Street, an exclusive club and restaurant, situated in the center of Covent Garden, London.
The restaurant is actually considered to be the jewel in the crown of the club, and although this is a member’s only club, the restaurant allows any client to enjoy the fabulous food and the exquisite panorama, every day at noon, for a 10 pounds charge per client. The most visited setting is the vaulted dining room, filled with white linen topped tables. The restaurants top chef is Chef Chris Keil, who created a custom made menu inspired by the modern British cuisine.
Amphitheatre Restaurant at Royal Opera House
Address: Bow St, Royal Opera House, London WC2E 9DD
Phone: 020 7212 9254
The opera house and the major performing arts venue in Covent Garden (simply known as the Royal Opera House) is the place where you can find the Amphitheatre Restaurant, situated at the top floor of the building. We do not even have to emphasize the beautiful surroundings, as you can imagine them, but we do have to mention the amazing modern European cuisine.
The main room is refurbished with deep red banquettes and white linen tables. You can also have the opportunity to observe the most famous stars of the opera house, as the walls are filled with their photos.
If you want to visit the Royal Opera House and also have a nice lunch, make sure you check in at noon, from Monday to Saturday.
Axis at One Aldwych
Address: One Aldwych Hotel, 1 Aldwych, WC2B 4BZ, London
Phone: 020 7300 0300
Hours: 12:00–14:30 and 17:30–22:00
One of London’s famous hotels was once known for its luxurious restaurant, but today is even more impressive, as it was redesigned by world renowned designer Mary Fox Linton. We are talking about Axis at One Aldwych hotel and restaurant. Once you enter these venues, you can feel their history, as you pass by the marble clad entrance and the amazing spiral staircase and get to the exquisite mezzanine bar.
The main dining room doesn’t have the design that you would have expected from a 5-star restaurant. The room is decked with emerald green sheets and black and purple touches. The restaurant embraces the traditional British food, such as: a smoked ham hock and English pea soup or truffled egg and brioche with sautéed wild mushrooms and follow with whole grilled lemon sole.
You can definitely choose this restaurant, for every occasion, from business meetings, to romantic dinners. You can visit the restaurant starting with this autumn, since now it is closed, as the staff is working at a new exciting menu.
Covent Garden Grill
Address: 16 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, WC2E 8QH, London
Opening hours: Mon – Sat 12pm-11.30pm / Sun 12pm-10.30pm
Since we have been talking about elegant, classy restaurants, here is an option that is less “pretentious”, friendlier and, at the same time, fashionable. The rooms are decorated in the new age stile, with taupe and mocha furniture and inventive details.
Although the main menu consists of high quality grill meat, you will not be bored when you will browse through the menu: you can order almost anything from teriyaki salmon to Lebanese chicken breast with Mediterranean couscous. As starter, you can choose dressed crab, beef carpaccio and soups like green pea and mint or roast tomato and basil, whilst their desserts include options such as lime and chilli panna cotta with passion fruit coulis or rhubarb crème brûlée.
This place is perfect on a hot summer day, when you are tired after a shopping session, or you are out with the kids who will enjoy a simple, yet surprising meal.
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