Where to eat in The West End

Thursday 04 September 2014 by Hollie Swain The West End district of London is the home of theatre, but also hosts a wonderful range of great restaurants.

If you’re off to see a show one evening or just spending time in this trendy area, then take a look at some of these great restaurants on offer.

Where to eat

Covent Garden Grill is a contemporary and sophisticated restaurant dishing up classic, high quality British food where chefs source the best possible ingredients and produce the tastiest dishes for you to enjoy - all served on authentic rustic wooden boards.

London’s illustrious hotel The Savoy provides one of the most exquisite dining experiences, with an impressive seven bars and restaurants. Indulge in their famous afternoon tea, sip on an appetising cocktail in one of the stylish bars, or sit down and enjoy a fantastic three course meal - the Grill restaurant is run by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsey!

Shanghai Blues is a highly recommended restaurant set in a stunning grade two listed building in Holborn. It serves fantastic Cantonese food in a stylish and elegant atmosphere, with live Jazz music every Friday and Saturday evening.

Situated in the heart of Covent Garden, Henry’s Café Bar is a gourmet gastro-pub offering excellent British classics at an affordable price. Enjoy anything from coffee, cocktails, bar snacks or an evening meal, and relax in a stylish and charismatic ambience.

Bill's Cafe right next door to SACO Covent Garden - St Martins and is an extremely popular place with locals and visitors. Serving award winning breakfasts through to unusual lunch & dinner dishes, Bill’s is definitely the place to be in trendy Covent Garden!

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