In the very heart of Covent Garden, you'll find Cinnamon Bazaar, an Indian restaurant inspired by the colours and tastes of the bustling bazaars of India.
There are a good selection of menus on offer at Cinnamon Bazaar. There’s a Vegan menu alongside a weekend Brunch and Afternoon Tea.
The a la carte menu features some superb cooked plates including Double-cooked Pork Belly, Paneer Butter Masala, Kuttanad Duck Leg Mappas and Tandoori Cauliflower with Pickling Spices. Many of the dishes are gluten free and also suitable for vegetarians.
When Thomas Rule set up his oyster bar in Covent Garden in 1798, he could not have foreseen that the restaurant would still be open today.
Savour Adam Handling's distinct culinary style at the impressive flagship restaurant, Frog by Adam Handling. Sustainably sourced ingredients from the restaurant's very own West Sussex farm, this is a must.
Nestled snugly alongside Covent Garden's Royal Opera House, Maxwell's flagship 300-seater restaurant oozes a warm, welcoming and relaxed feel.
The Palm Court Brasserie is popular with locals and attracts residents as well as a loyal business following at lunch and supper times, where they mingle with the pre and post theatre crowd.
Situated in the Heart of The Old Covent Garden Market, The Crusting Pipe is one of London's most famous traditional styled wine bars with candle lit tables and wonderful outside seating.
Bread lovers of the world rejoice, Buns & Buns has landed in Covent Garden to treat us to some fine food and breads.