Home to some of London’s most loved eateries, from fine dining to grab and go bites, Covent Garden is a foodie’s paradise. With something to suit all tastes and budgets, you can discover world-class dining in London’s West End, with the likes of Frenchie and The Petersham. But if you’re looking for something worthy of making the ‘Gram, Ave Mario, Avobar, La Goccia, Abuelo and SUSHISAMBA are the places to be.
Desert more your style? Ben’s cookies boasts hot-out-the-oven cookies, while Bubblewrap is home to crazy concoctions. You can even indulge in world-famous chocolates from the likes of Godiva and Hotel Chocolat. Whether it’s a quick bite from Asma Khan’s Darjeeling Express Deli or an evening of the finest tartines from Chez Antoinette, Covent Garden has the dish for you.
We house some of the most sought after bars in the city, from the more casual Buns&Buns to perhaps the worst/best-kept secret in Covent Garden – The Savoy’s prestigious American Bar. Or if cocktail night is more your style, why not sip on signatures at SUSHISAMBA, discover Frenchie’s seasonal cocktails or get experimental with expert mixologists at Da Henrietta?
Whether you’re a cocktail connoisseur or just want to relax with a glass of wine, Covent Garden is the jewel in London’s West End crown.
Covent Garden has an insatiable appetite for new restaurants. Thanks to the diverse range of dining options, including the first outpost from New York renowned restaurant Balthazar, Square Meal’s Restaurant of 2016 Frenchie, the Ivy Market Grill and Da Henrietta, Covent Garden has established itself as one of London’s top destinations for foodies. Look out for the latest openings from Ave Mario, The Gentlemen Baristas, Lilly's, Pivot and El Ta’Koy with more joining in 2022.
When it comes to cafés, Covent Garden boasts an array of heavenly tea salons, irresistible patisserie pit-stops and cool coffee bars, bringing you the very best of café culture in the heart of London.
Our cafés take you all the way from Portugal at Santa Nata to France with Chez Antoinette. Why not stop for a light lunch at Petersham’s Delicatessen, grab a coffee from Grind or simply watch the world go by with tea and macarons on Ladurée’s terrace?
Whether you consider yourself a wine connoisseur, a cocktail aficionado, or just enjoy a glass (or two), Covent Garden offers some of the best spots in central London, overflowing with hideaways to spend date night or an evening catching up with old friends.
Discover your signature drink at Balthazar, try one of Frenchie’s seasonal cocktails or get experimental with mixologists at Henrietta