Fans of MasterChef may well have seen the Leicester Square Kitchen host an episode of Celebrity MasterChef in August 2018.
The video on the BBC website offers a great insight into the kitchen at the restaurant.
There is something for everyone on the menu with all-day dining from breakfast until dinner. The Mexican and Peruvian cuisine style extends even to breakfast, where you can try The Mexicana – Poached hens’ eggs, cayenne-buttered muffin, crispy bacon and Mayan-spiced hollandaise. That should set up even the heartiest of appetites for the day ahead!
The a la carte dining offering is a collection of soft tacos, small plates, anticucho and robata, tostadas and a tempting selection from the Josper Grill. A 28-day-aged 10oz rib-eye with cumin, garlic and cilantro or stone bass with crushed Andean chilli lime sea salt will certainly whet the appetite.
The Leicester Square Kitchen also serves afternoon tea, including a gluten-free afternoon tea, to make this wonderful restaurant appealling to all.
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