50 "Covent Garden" Restaurants in London.
Volta Do Mar is a relaxed spot near the Aldwych serving delicately put together Portuguese small plates, as well as some larger things to share.
Old, full of red velvet, and with a taste for custard, Rules is a high-priced, novelty-feeling British restaurant in Covent Garden.
Inside Seven Dials Market, Monty’s Deli is a laidback spot serving Jewish classics.
Seven Dials Market is a food hall with lots of options, from pasta, to ramen, to fried chicken, that’s alright if you want an alright quick meal.
Nutshell is a pink and pretty Persian restaurant that’s great if you’re looking to share a few mezze plates and a bottle of something nice.
Redfarm is a cute spot in Covent Garden, and you’ll have a good time here so long as you stick to their creative and tasty dim sum.
Milk Train is an ice cream spot in Covent Garden. Ignore all the motivational catchphrases on the walls and get involved with their cookies and cream.
Din Tai Fung in Covent Garden is the first European outpost of well-known Taiwanese dumpling restaurant. It’s great for a snappy lunch or solo visit.
The 10 Cases is a lively wine bar in Covent Garden with decent charcuterie.
Old Chang Kee is a small Singaporean restaurant in Covent Garden specialising in curry puffs, which are very well priced for a quick grab and go.
Frenchie is a beautiful, modern brasserie in Covent Garden, serving excellent food.
Bancone is an affordable, pasta specialist in Covent Garden. It’s perfect for almost any dinner situation you can dream up.
Cora Pearl is an smart restaurant in Covent Garden serving excellent tarted up versions of the classic British meat and two veg.
Lady Of The Grapes is a little wine bar in Covent Garden. It’s got you covered whether you want a little romance or a whole lot of camembert.
Lima Floral is a big, colourful restaurant, where you can eat Peruvian classics and drink pisco cocktails whilst escaping the crowds of Covent Garden.