One of the best parts of going up to London for the theatre is getting to choose somewhere unforgettable to go for food before or after, and that’s even better when this coincides within the theatre district, you can be sure to bag a great table next time you’re seeing a play at the Piccadilly. Whether you’re after comedy or romance, don’t let your dinner reservation become a tragedy. Book a table on TheFork now!
A reservation at this institution of modern London dining has become highly-sought after, so chef Julien Baris has added another location to his 28-50 concept on Oxford Street. Now, you can sample their signature style just a stone’s throw from Piccadilly Theatre.
With 50% off during TheFork’s Festival, you can feast on dishes like the Steak Tartare with Capers, shallot, gherkin & sourdough, or the Burrata with Broad beans, celery, caramelised grapefruit & basil dressing. Try the finest in contemporary European cuisine from the Mussels Mariniere with shallot, white wine, parsley & fries to the Lamb Shoulder with Jersey royal potatoes, aubergine caviar and a lamb jus.
TheFork Rating: 9.1
Open: 12PM - 11.30PM
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In Soho, home of London’s best night-spots and media-industry glamour, sits a restaurant that is considered a gem by those in-the-know. House of Ho brings together the best elements of Asian culture and combines them in one three-story pleasure house that evokes the golden era of Shanghai or Hong Kong. With a selection of street-food style dishes from across the continent, there is something to satisfy every diner. From Japanese Tuna Tataki and Salmon Avocado Rolls, to Vietnamese Crackers with Salsa, down to Chinese classics like the Crispy Prawn Toast with Sesame Seeds & Sweet Chilli Sauce, House of Ho will have you dining in style before your trip to the theatre.
TheFork Rating: 8.9
Open: 12–3pm, 5–11pm, 12PM - 11.30PM
Nestled in the heart of London’s theatre district is this Turkish and Mediterranean marvel, Bistro 1. With an interior that conjures the feeling of the bazaars of Istanbul, a meal here feels like a dramatic adventure through a timeless story, and that’s before the curtains have even opened. With deals available at lunch and dinner when you book on TheFork, you can sample the finest their menu has to offer. Think delicious Meat Mousakka served with rice & salad, or Chargrilled chicken shish lamb kofte meatballs, fresh from the flames. For something lighter, the Grilled Halloumi Salad with a mixed vegetable grill and green leaves is delicious with grilled halloumi cheese and a pomegranate dressing.
TheFork Rating: 8.7
This modern Mexican restaurant near London’s theatre district is top of the list for lovers of South American cuisine, especially with 50% off their a la carte menu during TheFork Festival. Leicester Square Kitchen is making a name for itself in one of London’s busiest tourist hotspots, serving fresh and zingy food with flair to discerning diners.
With blends of Peruvian cuisine alongside Mexican favourites familiar and unexpected, the menu here is like a trip to Latin America. From the Signature Guacamole with Paprika-Spiced Nachos to start, to tacos with fillings of Crispy Baja Fish, Cabbage Slaw and Habanero Mayonnaise or Chilli Lime Chicken, vegetarian style.
TheFork Rating: 8.7
Open: 5pm - 10pm, open from 1pm on Saturdays
In the impressive Londoner Hotel is Whitcomb’s, a timeless French restaurant that serves traditional fine-dining in style with an atmosphere that’s unrivalled. Known as London’s first Super Boutique hotel, expect only the best as you step in from the bustling streets of Leicester Square into this sophisticated haven of good food and wine.
With 50% off food during TheFork Festival, there has never been a better time to sample this high-end menu for less. From the delicate Carpaccio De Bœuf, a sumptuous beef fillet with black truffle and lemon zest, to the hot skillets of Lobster Thermidor with Cognac, Dijon mustard, Gruyère and black truffle, this is fine-dining at it’s best.
TheFork Rating: 9.3
Open: 6:30–10:30am, 12–2:30pm, 5–10pm
Hudson’s House is a cosy, comforting neighbourhood favourite that serves some of the heartiest British and Modern European dishes to hungry visitors to London’s theatre district. Chef Michael O’Neil brings a touch of flair to classic gastropub dishes that are yours to enjoy alongside drinks from the well-stocked bar.
Enjoy 50% off food from this fantastic menu during TheFork’s Festival. Enjoy the pre-theatre lunch menu of a starter and a main before your showing. Or if you’re more of a dinnertime person, get a taste of home-cooking in traditional dishes from the Chicken Liver Pate with toast and pickle, to the Hudson’s Burger topped with crispy bacon, cheese and a battered onion ring, and served on a brioche bun with classic relish and plenty of fries.
TheFork Rating: 8.9
Open: 4pm - 1am
At this Middle Eastern restaurant, Jeru, chef Roy Ner brings his specialist touch to every dish. With fragrance and flair, he magics up a menu of fine food to enjoy with 50% off during TheFork’s Festival. The perfect plate to satisfy you before your evening out at the theatre.
Delicious nibbles to start; Marinated Warm Olives, Almonds roasted with Sheep’s cheese, Aleppo pepper calamari and rich Cured Lamb & Fennel Salami vie for your attention. Traditional Meze spreads provide freshness and crunch in abundance, from the Charcoal Octopus with Cuttlefish Ragu, Chilli and Black Spinach to the Fried Halloumi Doughnuts with Truffle Honey.
TheFork Rating: 9.4
Open: 11:30am–3:30pm, 5:30–10pm
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