Covent Garden To Go
Planning on visiting Covent Garden soon? Then how about enjoying our new East Piazza rainbow seating which is fully equipped with hand sanitizer stations, bins and of course, super comfy seats placed 2 metres apart. Perfect for the mid cycle, post jog or long walk pit stop. All you have to do then is choose where to get some food from, will it be a sandwich from Frenchie, fish and chips from Oystermen or ice cream from Venchi?
Your perfect Parisian pit stop is back with a brand new menu.
How to Order: Via the shop every day from 11am to 6pm
What to order: Their macarons are obviously iconic but make sure to sample the newest additions to the to go menu like their poke bowl and cream tea for one.
MEATliquor is not just burgers. It is a burger experience like no other.
How to Order: Through their website for click and collection
What to order: Their buffalo wings are like no other, plus the Dead Hippie burger is this signature dish. Want something plant based? That is easy as they have a whole host of vegan options that are just as tasty as their carnivore version.
Whenever you are ready to visit Covent Garden you should monitor government guidance on travel, but be advised there are multiple ways to access Covent Garden on foot from central London.
The best way to get to Covent Garden and discover the area is to walk. To find out the best route for you, visit Google Maps
Covent Garden is a 5 minute walk from Charing Cross and a 10 minute walk from Waterloo Train Stations.
There are bike racks in Southampton Street, Bow Street, and on the corner of Russell Street & Wellington Street.
Did you know that Covent Garden is only a 15 minute bike ride from Hyde Park, 5 minute cycle from Waterloo, 15 minutes from Kings Cross, 20 minutes from Hoxton Square, 30 minutes from Victoria Park, 30 minutes from Clapham Common, 30 minutes from Fulham. To To find your cycling route, click here.
Get your Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian food fix all in one with SUSHISAMBA’s menu.
What to order: The tacquitos come in a DIY packaging which makes them fun and delicious, plus their Ezo roll is really amazing sushi.
Bored of baking? Sick of sourdough starters? Then let Santa Nata do the hard work and have their incredible custard tarts delivered to you
How to Order: Visit the store!
What to order: what else? Their custard tarts!
Din Tai Fung
Okay so the soup dumplings might not be available to order but there is still a lot on this menu to devour and enjoy.
How to Order: via Deliveroo and select the option to collect
What to order: chilli crab and pork buns, plus any version of their fried rice
With the London weather being sunny and bright there is only one snack to induldge in as you're walking around the West End
How to order: Open daily from 11am until 11pm
What to order: If you're there, then you must get an ice cream in an cone as the presentation of the ice cream is almost too pretty to eat, almost.
Still running their mini market but the guys behind Oystermen have put the fryers back on and are shucking, cooking and serving up seafood once more.
How to Order: They are takeaway only so if you're walking or cycling through Covent Garden stop by!
What to Order: Fish, Chips and a Pint. Then sit in the sun on the Piazza and enjoy.
BUNS N BUNS
The home of carbs has reopened for takeaway in the heart of the Market Building
How to Order: Pop by from 11.30am until 8pm daily or order to your home via Deliveroo
What to Order: Their rotisserie chicken is a must have so is the burrata with pesto heart salad. Make sure to wash it all down with a Watermelon Spritz!
BATTERSEA PIE STATION
Your favourite pie-stop is back and ready to takeaway. Why don't you stop by and grab your favourite pie and mash like the good old times?
How to Order: Pop by from 11am until 7pm daily (until 8pm on Saturdays)
What to Order: Chicken and mushroom pie served with silky smooth mash is a must-have and don't forget to ask for extra gravy!
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