Restaurants In The West End

Shopping, theatre and cocktail haunts; the West End simply can't help itself in combining Covent Garden, Soho and Leicester Square to create one of the most bustling districts in the capital. But, you're looking hungry. From high-end eateries to casual dining, it's not just shopping that the West End does well, there's food, and plenty of it. Check out our recommendations for the best restaurants in the West End and make your trip to the heart of the city worthwhile on the foodie front.

Last updated on 17th August 2020




Inamo Covent Garden

323 user reviews 4

Sushi & Asian Tapas Afternoon Tea with Bottomless Bubbles £29.95pp and 3 other offers

One of the most unique restaurants in the West End, Inamo aren't just coming at you with a cool combination of Eastern dishes that range from sushi to Asian curries, their interactive dining tables mean you'll be ordering from trackpads, playing games between dishes and watching the chefs in the kitchen, live on screen. 

Haymarket Kitchen

3 user reviews 4

Just because it's found in the heart of Tiger Tiger, doesn't mean these guys don't know what they're doing. One of the most affordable place to eat in the West End and spanning the globe across their selection of plates, Haymarket Kitchen is the perfect place to dine before a big night out in the heart of the city. 

Inamo Soho

155 user reviews 4

Sushi & Asian Tapas Afternoon Tea with Bottomless Bubbles £29.95pp and 3 other offers

Found in the heart of Soho, this is another West End restaurant with technology on its side. While you're settling in for a fun roster of Asian cocktails and sushi dishes, pay attention to the tables as not only do you order from them, there's live kitchen camera, digital table cloth settings and more. 

Quaglino's

8 user reviews 4

Entertaining top names and boasting an eclectic roster of cocktails, it's not just the drinks and atmosphere that keep customers headed back for more. One of the best restaurants in the West End and primed for romantic nights out, head on down for European dishes with a Middle Eastern twist.

Fire and Stone

6 user reviews 4

Only a stone's throw from the West End theatres sits Fire and Stone, a fun and relaxed restaurant serving up delicious food. While their menu has wonderful pastas and salads, their main event is the pizzas, which have toppings based on cities from around the world – think Mumbai or Cairo! Wash it all down with a refreshing cocktail and you've got a great time.

Empire Casino

6 user reviews 5

The Empire Casino has a plethora of different things to get stuck into, from thrilling casino games to luxury bars and live entertainment. However, if you really want a taste of luxury, head to the Asian-fusion restaurant, Fulushou. 

Floral By LIMA

11 user reviews 5

A sister site to the gorgeous Michelin-starred restaurant Lima, FLORAL offers a wide array of authentic Peruvian eats and stunning cocktails in the heart of Covent Garden. Pop over and graze on delicious small plates before heading to the downstairs Pisco bar serving some of London's finest cocktails. 

Market Hall West End

43 user reviews 5

BOTTOMLESS BRUNCH

With three floors of food stalls, bars and event spaces, Market Hall West End is the place to go for all your foodie fixes. Spend an evening sipping on creative cocktails on the rooftop terrace before heading down to the food hall where you can take your pick from a plethora of tasty offerings including homemade sushi, £4 pizza, plant-based nosh and many more.