Located just a stone's throw from Tottenham Court Road, Bloomsbury Street Kitchen is a gorgeous place to unwind and eat after a busy day of shopping. Serving a mix of Japanese and Mediterranean small plates with handmade cocktails, sake and fine wine, why not indulge yourself?
Restaurants near Tottenham Court Road
Snuggled up amongst the culinary classics of Oxford Street, Soho, Euston and Leicester Square, no wonder you're at a loss as to where to eat around Tottenham Court Road. No need to fret though, not with the list below. From high-end eateries down to fast casual haunt, when it comes to restaurants in Tottenham Court Road, there's plenty of food to go around.
One of the best restaurants near Tottenham Court Road, Ruby's Soho is serving up all-day Aussie brunch dishes, fabulous cocktails and private rooms for that extra something special. Weekend plans? There's even live DJs here.
DF Tacos Tottenham Court Road is a modern Mexican restaurant decked out with cool artwork. They offer all kinds of delicious bites, such as pork pilbil buns, grilled burritos and chilli salt fries, plus delicious cocktails such as frozen margaritas.
Coming a cropper all over the city, it's Zebrano's Soho digs that take our interest this time around. A favourite for cocktail slinging, no nonsense dancing and some pretty dishy nosh whilst they're at it, Zebrano's is a force to be reckoned with. Tuck into a delicious dinner and then feast on a night of entertainment at this place to have dinner near Tottenham Court Road.
Head to TCR for a night of mad darts and pizza fun as Flight Club makes it Central London debut. The brilliant games bar is a stone's throw from the station and is great for groups as they turn darts from old-man to crazy fun with state-of-the-art scoring systems, pizza and booze.
Head over to neighbouring Goodge Street where you'll find the Salt Yard serving up some of the finest Spanish tapas in the area. From smoked haddock croquetas to confit pork belly and truffled macaroni cheese, it's all about simple indulgences done really well.
With a commitment to taking traditional Southern recipes and wonderfully turning them on their heads, the chefs at Absurd Bird in Spitalfields always plate up a treat for this visitors. With copious amounts of spicy chicken, BBQ ribs and succulent burgers, the real treats at this restaurant are found behind the bar, where the venue's own Absurd Moonshine and Absurd Lager will definitely leave a lasting impression on you.
Located around a 10-minute walk from Tottenham Court Road is Haymarket Kitchen, a slick and contemporary restaurant that forms part of the Tiger Tiger set-up. Perfect for casual dining ahead of a night partying in the West End, this place offers a curated international menu with influences from Mexico and Europe.
A playground of sumptuous sushi and interactive tables, Inamo presents the first electronic ordering system which is projected onto your table so you can order and eve watch the chefs at work in the kitchen through some incognito cameras. Enough of the fun, there's food to be had and it definitely doesn't disappoint if you're looking for some Pan-Asian perfection from a central London restaurant.