A trip to the theatre isn’t complete without enjoying a dinner in London and with so many amazing pre theatre restaurants to choose from, there is something for all taste and budgets. From Michelin starred restaurants and fine dining venues to casual bistros and trattorias, there is an abundance of pre theatre dining on offer, most featuring great value set menus. Check out the very best pre theatre restaurants with Best London Restaurants.
Enjoy seasonal British cuisine and stunning St Paul’s views at The Swan at the Globe on Bankside.
Think vibrant, think steak, think STK London! Head to the Strand and savour one of the best steakhouses in London.
Tuttons Brasserie is a stylish, cosmopolitan London restaurant located in the heart of Covent Garden and is the gateway restaurant to London's major West End theatres.
A hidden gem of a restaurant deep in the heart Covent Garden, Hawksmoor Seven Dials is one serious London steakhouse, serving some of the finest cuts of meat in the capital.
Indulge in fine cuisine in the most sophisticated and glamorous surroundings at The Ritz Restaurant.
Dine at one of theatreland’s favourite French brasseries, Le Garrick in London’s Covent Garden and enjoy some fine French food along with a charming ambience.
An iconic restaurant in the heart of London, Savoy Grill by Gordon Ramsay is a true champion of fine dining in the capital.
Le Pont de la Tour Restaurant is a well established London restaurant offering delicious modern French cuisine in a luxurious environment.
Brumus is perfectly positioned close to many major theatres making it the ideal pre-theatre meal destination.
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.
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.
This Italian restaurant at the Sheraton Grand is a real gem of of place to dine out in Mayfair.
The latest offering from Thai Square, this Covent Garden branch is already a huge hit with lovers of Thai cuisine.
With themed rooms, a huge cocktail bar and classic movie memorabilia, Planet Hollywood London is always a fun choice for a meal out.
A gorgeous family run Italian restaurant in Belgravia, Sicily is a charming place to wine and dine in London.
Exceptional French food, service and ambience make Mon Plaisir a Covent Garden classic.
With subtle hints of 1930's glamour, Hudson's House at St Giles Hotel adds a touch of chic to the Bloomsbury dining scene.