Established over 10 years ago and positioned in the heart of Theatreland, Palm Court Brasserie brings a continental feel to Covent Garden.
‘Palms’ 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.
The menu is a carefully chosen ion of French-Mediterranean fare with daily specials that embody the Brasserie values of good food, simply cooked and fairly priced. Starters include bruschetta or moules mariniere, while two absolute favourites for mains are Roast rump of lamb basil crust and vegetable ratatouille or the lobster and steamed seabass with mussels, squid and crab saffron fricassée.
The wine list is an all-embracing affair, spanning the best vineyards of France and Italy and is complimented by a range of freshly squeezed juices and cocktails. A great restaurant for a relaxed lunch, after work dinner or pre/post theatre dining.
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