Located just off Regent Street, this low-lit boozer is ideal for everything from daytime munching to late night imbibing. Not only can you eat at any time of day, but there's even a cheeky happy hour which gives you cut-price cocktails and 50% off wine.
Restaurants near Piccadilly Circus
So you're out to eat in town, near Piccadilly Circus to be exact. It's tough, we know, to decide where to eat when you are surrounded by the busy hubbub of one of the most visited spots in the centre of London. Well, you needn't worry - we are once again on hand to sort out your lunch or dinner plans. We've selected some of the best restaurants near to Piccadilly Circus, arguably some of the best restaurants in London, to help you out when it comes to deciding where to eat in the city.
Just a short stroll from Piccadilly Circus sits one of the most opulent and sophisticated restaurants in the city. Heralded for their high-end dining, live music during meals and stunning service, Quaglino's is the perfect destination for something special in the Capital.
Perhaps one of the most unique restaurants near to Piccadilly Circus, Inamo St. James really does bring something new to the table. Take control of your dining experience with the world's first interactive ordering system beamed straight onto your table - order your food and drinks, choose your virtual tablecloth, watch the chefs at work on 'chef cam,' play games and much more - all upon an interactive table surface.
One of the closest restaurants to Piccadilly Circus and famed for its party name, head on down to Tiger Tiger as their Haymarket Kitchen promises the best in affordable dining, all before kicking things off in their selection of party rooms.
Located in the centre of Picadilly Circus, this iconic eatery is one for all the music lovers. Filled with classic rock memorabilia, historic items - including Freddie Mercury's microphone - and a menu of American staples, you're in for a treat with the newest addition to the Hard Rock family.