London has a large number of theatres where you can see some of the most fantastic shows of your life. The best way to truly enjoy the evening is to stop in at one of the many restaurants situated close by for a pre – theatre dinner.
From stylish dining and perfect service to a more lively experience, you will find the perfect pre – theatre restaurant here in London. Here are 5 of the best places to get pre – theatre dinner in London.
Clos Maggiore is situated in Covent Garden at 33 King Street. The restaurant is open daily from 12h00 to 14h30 and 17h00 to 23h00, except for Sundays, when it closes at 22h00. A main course at this traditionally French restaurant will cost you in the region of eighteen pounds and about fifty pounds for a three course dinner.
The luxurious dining area has got a retractable roof, which makes for the perfect alfresco dining experience and offers guests a wide variety of delectable dishes to choose from. Try the char grilled scallops as a starter. Enjoy honey – glazed duck served with roasted plums for your main dish and end the evening off with strawberry gariguette with pistachio mousse.
Asia de Cuba
Asia de Cuba is situated at 45 St Martin’s Lane. The restaurant is open daily from 07h00 to 14h30 and 17h00 to 23h30, except for Sundays, when it closes at 22h00. A main course at this modern fusion restaurant will cost you in the region of thirty pounds and about sixty pounds for a three course dinner.
This vibrant restaurant is part of the St Martin’s hotel in the West End of London. The dishes are a clever mix Asian and Cuban cuisine, which are complimented by the exotic cocktails on offer. The interior design is artistic and sleek, with many clean white surfaces and funky pieces of art works. This venue draws in the trendy crowd and you will see why when you dine here.
The Moti Mahal is situated 45 Great Queen Street. The restaurant is open Monday to Friday from 12h00 to 15h00 for lunch and Monday to Saturday from 17h30 to 23h00 for dinner. A three course meal will cost in the region of thirty pounds, making it one of the more affordable choices.
This Indian restaurant’s dining area is filled with sparkling chandeliers and plush, comfortable seating. The menu is typically Indian, with a large variety of lovely spicy dishes available. Try the Punjab-style gourd and lentil dumplings or the tikka style butter chicken from Delhi. The desserts are to die for and they also have an amazing wine list to choose the perfect bottle from.
Café des Amis
Café des Amis is situated at Hanover place in Covert Gardens. The French inspired restaurant is open Monday to Saturday from 12h00 to 23h30 and Sundays from 12h00 to 22h00. A main course will cost in the region of twenty pounds and a three course meal about fifty pounds.
This restaurant is next to the Royal Opera House and comprises of two floors of sophisticated elegance and luxury. There is a fabulous terrace and a lovely Champaign bar to relax in as well. Try the pan fried fillet of red mullet petite semoule or one of the other amazing dishes on the menu. The menu includes vegetarian options as well and has a wonderful selection of delicious desserts to choose from.
Creation Bar and Restaurant
Creation Bar and Restaurant is situated in Great Russell Street. This typically British restaurant is open for lunch from 12h00 to 14h30 Monday to Saturday, tea from 14h30 to 17h00 and dinner from 17h30 to 22h00. The meals are relatively well priced and there are a number of great specials available on certain days.
This restaurant is decorated in the color red, has a number of great artworks adorning the walls and guests can sit comfortably on the leather chairs. This is one of the places where you can enjoy rabbit served with watercress and radish salad, or dig into some organic Scottish Salmon. There is a selection of premium wines on the wine list for guests to enjoy and a fantastic atmosphere to go with it.