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Nearby Restaurants

Large, circular tables in white tablecloths are set for service in The Savoy

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Attached to the Savoy Theatre is The Savoy Hotel. This 5 star luxury hotel offers four restaurants for dining: Kaspar’s at the Savoy offering fresh seafood morning until night, Simpson’s in the Strand have traditional roast dinners, Gordon Ramsay’s Savoy Grill presents a classic British grill menu with a French flair and the Thames Foyer hosts the perfect English Afternoon tea. There’s plenty to choose from whether you’re attending a matinee or evening show, for friends, family and loved ones.

A minimalistic restaurant with a mirrored wall and low-hanging lights in Byron Burger

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Byron was founded with a simple mission: to do one thing, and do it properly. You'll find proper hamburgers served the way they should be: carefully-sourced British beef, ground fresh, cooked medium so it's pink and juicy, and served in a squishy bun with a craft beer, bourbon, or a famously thick milkshake. The Mini Byron menu caters for kids, with proper food for smaller appetites. Byron's food and drink menu is available to take away.

Byron Burgers on Wellington Street in Covent Garden opened in 2011 serving a range of delicious burgers made from quality Scottish beef.

A couple sit on a red leather banquette in Balthazar looking at a menu.

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In the heart of Covent Garden, Balthazar is open all day, seven days a week, serving breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, as well as an amazing weekend brunch. Great French bistro food, good wine and friendly service are the order of the day. Balthazar’s Boulangerie next door serves homemade artisan breads, pastries, salads and sandwiches to eat in, take away or have delivered.

Advanced booking for the restaurant advisable for peak times.

A brick wall with the circular Pizza Express logo hanging as a sign

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The Covent Garden branch of Pizza Express - the UK’s favourite pizza chain - serves up thin-based, crisp, delicious pizzas in a lively, family friendly atmosphere.

The first ever Pizza Express opened down the road in Soho in 1965, and its philosophy hasn’t changed since then: fresh tasting, affordable pizzas in a contemporary setting.

Pizza Express' Covent Garden restaurant, located right next to the Royal Opera House, is ideal for a casual lunch or dinner.

Choose from pizzas - including gluten-free options - salads, grilled meats and more.

A beautiful tiled floor in Bill's with tables and a wall of jars and bottles behind them.

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Bill's in Covent Garden is a colourful and exuberant eaterie in Covent Garden right next to the Lyceum Theatre.

Open from breakfast to bedtime, food is really celebrated at Bill's — from the delicious, seasonal, home-cooked food to the enthusiastic staff and the stacks of food produce to take home.

Breakfast ranges from healthy granola and porridge to the Full English Breakfast, and for lunch and dinner there's steaks, pies, ribs and curries.

The famous Ivy Market Grill with circular deep green banquettes and a bar with set tables.

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When The Ivy asked its regular customers what they'd like from a second restaurant, they requested the same tasty menu with speedy service so they could refuel pre- and post-theatre.

And so The Ivy Market Grill was concieved, opening its doors on Covent Garden Piazza in November 2014. Set menus include signature Ivy dishes and won't break the bank (£16.50 for 2 courses, £21 for 3 courses).

Then there's the weekend brunch and traditional afternoon tea which have been designed for those who prefer to linger on the Piazza terrace and watch the world go by.

Simple tables in Wahaca set against a multicoloured wall with abstract shapes forming a face.

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Wahaca is a buzzy, colourful basement restaurant in Covent Garden, serving affordable Mexican street food.

Set up by 2005’s Masterchef winner Thomasina Miers, Wahaca has proved a massive hit. It's always busy and there are queues of hungry visitors snaking up the stairs and out of the door, but it's worth the short wait to get a table.

The concept behind Wahaca has its origins in Oaxaca province, which is said to be the 'kitchen' of Mexico, and the emphasis is on high quality Mexican street market style food and sharing plates.