Ping Pong is known for two things: great cocktails and unstoppable Dim Sum. Come here for lots of tasty dim sum and Chinese treats – including unlimited dim sum on Sundays – and a fantastic atmosphere all week long.
Restaurants in Covent Garden
Covent Garden is at the heart of the city, propping tourists here and shoppers there, but how about a bite to eat? With such an eclectic range of eateries and dining spots, it'd be hard to pick just the one Covent Garden restaurant, so we opted for this hearty list instead. From retro haunts to high-end restaurants, see how the centre of the city fares, and check out our complete guide to restaurants in London for further inspiration.
At the heart of the dining storm and hailed as one of the most unique restaurants in Covent Garden, it's not just the Asian plates and stunning cocktails that give Inamo notoriety. Tech-forward and toting some of the most unique tables in the business, you can not only order from these interactive pieces, you can play games and watch the kitchen to boot.
Looking for a guaranteed good meal in Covent Garden? Head to Bill's where the West End outpost is serving up all the brand's signature dishes; from burgers and pasta to vegan options and indulgent desserts. Split over 2 floors, there's plenty of room no matter the occasion.
Head to Mercer Walk were Neil Rankin's temper is bringing you some of the finest BBQ dishes in central London. From simple steaks cooked to perfection, to moreish tacos and honey-sriracha soaked wings, it's a dream land for carnivores.
Contemporary urban culture violently clashes with traditional influences at the Cinnamon Bazaar in Covent Garden. Run by the renowned restauranteur Vivek Singh, the kitchen offers its guests a range of different Indian dishes that originated in the various towns along the trade routes between the old and new world.
Utter the name Sway and sure, tales of late night hedonism may often come to mind, but when it comes to somewhere to eat in Covent Garden, they still truly know what they're doing, even if you don't. Join them in their slap-up restaurant for a unique and mouthwatering roster of international plates and tapas style sharing dishes alongside cocktails aplenty.
An evolutionary sister site of the Michelin-starred LIMA. FLORAL is a Covent Garden restaurant that boasts a stunning menu of authentic Peruvian dishes in a sleek environment. For those seeking an after-dinner tipple, stop by the underground Pisco bar, serving some of London's best cocktails.
Fire and Stone have their own unique spin on the whole pizza thing: rather than the traditional flavours, they've got toppings based on cities from around the world like Cairo and Mumbai! Along with pasta and salad, you can wash it all down with a tasty cocktail and you've got a great restaurant in Covent Garden.
Hailed as one of the most famous restaurants in Central London, Tuttons Restaurant is the place to go should you want a name under your foodie belt. Not only romantically charmed, authentic and humble, Tuttons is a restaurant that promises only the finest in British inspired fare and seasonal plates.
Looking for somewhere in Covent Garden to eat with a big group? From corporate events to large social events, Tredwells provides a great setting for wining and dining in the West End. Think British plates, Sunday lunch and Champagne galore.
This restaurant may just be a short stroll from Covent Garden, but not only does it have the area's buzz, it has the area's charm to boot. Head on over to Balthazar not only for a foray into some of the best wines in the business, this is a cornucopia of high-end French dishes from menu top to bottom.
Offering a range of Peruvian and Italian dishes, this great Covent Garden restaurant serves stunning seafood ceviche, pizzas, pastas, salads and whole host of other delicious plates to try.
Elusive and interesting almost seem like too simple a pair of words for this unique plot. One of the best hidden restaurants in Covent Garden, The Escapologist doesn't just excite fantastical brains and illusion with their eclectic and brooding interiors, their pizza menu keeps your gut going well on into the night.
Fun restaurants in Covent Garden don't get much rowdier than this. Sure, you'll be starting your evening with Americana plates that are piled high with meaty bites and burgers, but once you're done scoffing, this unadulterated haunt turns into a wild wonderland of entertainment, DJs, and dancing well on into the early hours.