Best Restaurants in London’s West End Theatre District
Ascot’s Restaurant Bar offers modern British food. It’s located on the first floor of the Berkshire hotel. Ascot’s has been awarded an AA rosette, which is an award for high quality food. The head chef Ravi Appadoo prepares his food with charisma using some of the best ingredients of the world. Another restaurant that offers British food is the large Aston Bar and Restaurant located in the Grafton Hotel on Tottenham Court Road. Head chef Karim Larbes’s speciality is the use of natural products for all his dishes.
London’s West End theatre district offers different London theatre shows. You can find information about the theatre shows and special offers at the London box office website. This area also has many types of restaurants that many people often visit after enjoying the theatre. Cuisines of these restaurants include Indian, Latin, Italian, British, Modern European, French and so on. There’s also a variety of pubs and bars in the West End theatre district.
Bali Bali is a family owned Indonesian/Malaysian restaurant that offers unique dishes and the best Indonesian cuisine. This restaurant has food that satisfies all different palates. They also have special set menus during the day such as a pre-theatre menu. Bam Bow is located in the main area of the West End London in a Georgian Townhouse. The menu consists of East Asian food with a combination of Chinese, Thai and French Vietnamese. Bam Bow has private dining rooms and a red bar on the third floor.
Boulevard Brasserie can be found in the centre of Covent Garden in London’s west end theatre district. You can choose between the dining room, ground floor bistro and lounge bar. Head chef Natalie Ager and her staff prepare classic French dishes. Many people who visit the theatre enjoy eating at the Boulevard Brasserie. Café des Amis is a French restaurant, which is also located at the centre of the Covent Garden. This restaurant has a wine bar in the cellar. There are several options in the menu such as French Brasserie pre-theatre, French a la carte and French restaurant dessert.
Vasco & Piero’s Pavilion Restaurant is located above the Academy cinema on Oxford Street. They offer food centred on Umbrian cuisine from central Italy. Their pastas are homemade and only the best of extra virgin olive oil is used. The menu always changes twice a day. Smollenskys the Strand is located behind the Convent Gardens. The food is mostly modern American but some dishes have Mediterranean and Oriental touch to it.