3 Henrietta Street

3 Henrietta Street is a beautifully restored five floor building on Henrietta Street in the heart of Covent Garden. A hub for locals and visitors alike, 3 Henrietta Street houses two restaurants from celebrated chefs Mark Greenaway and Luis Pous, along with all-day cafe Lilly’s.

Built in 1780, 3 Henrietta Street is steeped in history; the townhouse has homed many different occupants over the years. From bakers, lace-makers and drapers to accomplished surgeons, stockbrokers and then providing a residence for the nobility. Fast forward to 2021, and 3 Henrietta Street will once again provide a space for those at the top of their game, with the team hand-picking the best chefs, bakers, bar-tenders and baristas to take up residence. Each floor of the townhouse has been carefully restored and designed to give its distinct character, whilst also preserving the original features and quirks that make the Grade II listed building so special.

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Pivot British Bar & Bistro

Spanning across two floors of 3 Henrietta Street, Pivot is a modern British restaurant from Chef Mark Greenaway that reinvents itself every month. The food, the wine, and the cocktails change in line with the seasons, offering a range of exciting menus throughout the week.

Pivot's first floor restaurant offers spectacular views over the piazza. Having established himself as one of Scotland’s most revered chefs, Mark brings his imaginative cooking style and passion for best-in-class produce to London.

Pivot is centred around showcasing these ingredients and creating an unforgettable experience for diners, with a beautiful dining space focused around an open kitchen with a chefs-counter being a prime spot for guests. It offers breakfast, lunch, a pre-theatre menu, and a weekly roast.

“The menu is an expression of the seasons, and I only use the best of what is available – hence why the menu ‘pivots’ every month!” ~ Mark Greenaway

Visit website for menu details.

→ Pivot by Mark Greenaway

El Ta’Koy

El Ta’koy is by US acclaimed Chef Luis Pous, the creator of the international success Asia De Cuba. El Ta’koy is a remake of a Tiki bar with Hawaiian-inspired street food, fused with dishes all the way from Asia to Latin America, washed down with toe-tapping cocktails and tunes to make you hula.

Hawaii is a melting pot of food culture and that is reflected in El Ta’koy’s eclectic and exciting menu. The street food concept blends American, Mexican and Asian dishes, with dishes from small bites, tacos, bao buns to poke bowls. With a variety of delicious tiki cocktails and a playlist to match, expect a fun tiki-inspired setting.

Looking for somewhere local for after work drinks, you can pop in to El Ta’Koy Monday – Thursday from 5pm - 7pm for 2-4-1 tiki cocktails too. They also have a terrace overlooking the Covent Garden piazza.

Try El Ta’koy’s new weekend tiki brunch, featuring bottomless tiki cocktails, pina coladas, and a Hawaiian inspired menu served every Saturday and Sunday.

Visit website for menu details.

→ El Ta’koy

Lilly’s Café

Lilly’s is a beautiful café offering a globally inspired menu for brunch, lunch, dinner, tea, cake & bubbles.

Eponymous of the seventeenth century English astrologer, William Lilly, Lilly’s is a forward-thinking café seamlessly blending wellness and fun. Located in the stunning conservatory on the ground floor, the menu and chic interiors take inspiration from the attributes of gems, signs of the zodiac, and the elements. Lilly’s is a destination for incredible teas, beautiful cakes, a global food offering, and plenty of bubbles mindfully brought together with mood-boosting natural ingredients and enjoyed in stellar surroundings. Lilly’s maintains balance with its playful elements, such as star-sign cakes, tableside tea-leaf reading, and light-hearted daily affirmations along with the bill. The café also has a terrace overlooking the piazza to enjoy the menu al fresco.

Visit website for menu details.

→ Lilly’s Café

Why are we doing it? We believe in London. In its history and its power to reinvent. In its ability to connect the disconnected, and nurture its talent. In the communities it fosters, the visitors it attracts, and the memories it makes. We believe in its potential. Enough to do something about it.