A trip up to London for the theatre wouldn’t be the same without some fine food before or after. Book with TheFork and you can truly feel like the star of the show at some of the theatre district’s most famous restaurants. You can get a table that’s in high demand for great value. So next time you’re up in town to visit the Haymarket Royal Theatre, find a great table on TheFork and steal the limelight!
Nestled near London’s theatre district is a modern Mexican restaurant that will send lovers of South American cuisine into a frenzy. With 50% off their a la carte menu during TheFork Festival, Leicester Square Kitchen is bringing a refreshing taste to one of London’s busiest tourist hotspots, serving flavourful food with flair to its lucky patrons. Experrtly blending Peruvian cuisine alongside Mexican favourites, the menu here is like a trip around Latin America. Start with home-made Guacamole with Paprika-Spiced Nachos, and move on to tacos with fillings of Crispy Baja Fish, Cabbage Slaw and Habanero Mayonnaise or, if seeking a vegetarian version, the Chilli Lime Chicken. TheFork
Open: 5pm - 10pm and 1pm on Saturdays
Step in from the busy streets of Leicester Square into a haven of good food and wine, inside London’s first and only Super Boutique hotel. Whitcomb’s is a French fine-dining restaurant that provides food that is traditional and timeless in a stylish atmosphere that’s both refined and welcoming. There has never been a better time to sample their delicious menu for less, as you can enjoy 50% off food during TheFork Festival. From the hot skillets of Lobster Thermidor with Cognac, Dijon mustard, Gruyère and black truffle, to the delicate Dover Sole, filleted before your eyes and sizzled in lemon zested butter, this is fine-dining at its best.
TheFork Rating: 9.3
Open: 6:30–10:30am, 12–2:30pm, 5–10pm
London’s Covent Garden is home to many great restaurants and playhouses, and one of the premiere among them is St Martin’s House. Providing classic British cuisine with only the freshest and most lovingly-sourced ingredients and produce, this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy British fine-dining for less, with 50% off food during TheFork Festival.
Chef Valerie Armstrong brings her expertise to every delicacy. From the Cobble Lane Board, named for the local Covent Garden streets, and made from fennel garlic salami, coppa ham, bresaola, lomo, tomato & bacon jam, caramelised onion & sourdough bread, to the Cornish Scallops Crudo topped with Citrus, avocado vinaigrette, pistachios and a passion fruit gelee that’s perfect for summer.
TheFork Rating: 8.6
Turkish and Mediterranean restaurant Bistro 1 is bringing regional flavours and traditional dishes to the heart of London’s theatre district. Step through an interior that evokes Istanbul as you adventure through a timeless culinary story, providing doses of drama and romance before your play has even started
Book on TheFork, and benefit from generous deals that allow you to sample the finest their menu has to offer for less. Think delicious Meat Mousakka served with rice & salad, Fillet of Sea Bream, Penne Chicken Arrabiata in spicy tomato, basil and garlic sauce. For vegetarians, the Grilled Halloumi Salad with a mixed vegetable grill and green leaves is delicious and doused in pomegranate dressing.
TheFork Rating: 8.7
This modern French spot, Champagne + Fromage is a short jaunt from the Theatre Royal Haymarket, and might be the perfect perch for pre-play eating out. With a charming al fresco area to welcome you, with covered outdoor dining, this spot has commanded consistently positive reviews.
As the name suggests, the finest French cheeses can be found here, accompanied by the best in authentic, renowned sparkling wines from Champagne and beyond. Sharing platters make for a fun and social bite alongside delicious cured meats, wafers and tapenades. Lovers of a Baked Camambert will love exploring their inventive pairings of rosemary honey potatoes, truffle & port and chorizo & sundried tomatoes.
TheFork Rating: 8.9
On Endell Street in London’s theatre district, the flavours and fragrance of Moroccan cuisine are served in classic style. Bab Mansour serves authentic regional cuisine in the traditional way, sure to satisfy those seeking an exotic experience at their pre-theatre dinner.
Sensational starters are sure to delight, from the warm, homemade Harria Soup with Tomatos, Lentils, Chickpeas, Herbs, or perfect White Beans stewed in Moroccan spices with warm bread, and of course, the signature Salad Bab Mansour. For mains, you must try Bab Mansour’s authentic Moroccan Tajines. Hot clay-pots containing delicious rich braised meat, fish and spices, or lentils cooked in Moroccan spices qand fresh tomato sauce, with baskets of bread to dip.
TheFork Rating: 9.1
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