Found at the centre of one of London's most notorious clubbing destinations, Haymarket Kitchen comes with a signature style and from within Tiger Tiger itself. If you're looking for somewhere to east near Oxford Circus in London, Haymarket Kitchen is a contemporary retreat of international dishes and a laid back atmosphere.
Restaurants near Oxford Circus
Shopping is hard work - hit the shops for a day and you leave starving, so any excuse for a bite to eat, a cheeky glass of wine and a sit down is always welcomed. Well, as usual, we are on hand to offer some inspiration for the best restaurants near Oxford Circus (some of which are arguably some of the best restaurants in London). Each with their own specialities, and each bringing their own quirks to the table, these are some of our favourite Oxford Circus restaurants. Book online now, to secure your table at some of the top restaurants near Oxford Circus. Bon appétit!
They did it first. The people who brought you interactive dining and a saliva inducing array of sushi dishes invite you down to their Soho restaurant in London to experience first hand their in house ordering system projected onto your table. Watch the chefs at work through the live video stream, play battleships, customise your table graphics and above all, fill your boots on incredible food.
Packed with colour and bursting with flavour, Comptoir Libanais on Poland Street is a sparky taste of the Middle East. The vibrant restaurant serves delicious mezze dishes, inspired by Lebanon - perfect when washed down with one of their floral cocktails.
Take a respite from a busy day of shopping at Roti Chai. This talented Indian eatery can give you elegant eating in the upstairs dining space or casual small plates inspired by hawker stalls of the sub-continent, with innovative dishes combining authentic flavours and unique cooking.
Located only minutes from Oxford Street, this West End spot is the perfect place for everything from post-shopping snacking to a chow-down before a big night out. Expect airy interiors, rustic decor and an impressive menu of Spanish sharing plates.
Located within walking distance from Oxford Circus, Whyte & Brown is a top choice whether you're resting your feet after a day of shopping or filling up before a big night out. Expect chicken-fuelled dishes and great drinks.
Rosa's is a teeny-tiny cute little cafe located near Carnaby Street that serves delicious Thai plates in an intimate setting. Head their for traditional dishes such as Pad Thai and Beef Mussaman, as well as a sumptuous cocktail list.
When it comes to dining out around Oxford Circus, this market hall is king. Why? Because the venue, based over three floors, is home to 11 different kitchens serving up food from around the world, from sushi to pizza and everything in between. Only looking for a drink? Try out one of their four bars.
Located just minutes away from bustling Oxford Road, Percy & Founders is the perfect spot for a post-shopping trip refuel. The menu here is made up of contemporary British dishes, made from the finest local ingredients. Visit at the weekend for the option to add bottomless bubbles to your Sunday roast or morning brunch.
For a dose of the Scandinavian, head over to Nordic Bar in Soho, one of our recommended restaurants new Oxford Circus. With a friendly and relaxed atmosphere, Nordic is a drinking and dining space at which to indulge in the food, drink and traditions of Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland. Serving a selection of Scandinavian dishes alongside pub classics, you can't really go wrong at Nordic.
Set over two stylish storeys, Heddon Street Kitchen is a great choice if you're looking for a special meal. The Gordon Ramsay restaurant offers up warehouse-chic with an open-plan kitchen, sleek underground bar and the option to sit at the Kitchen Table- where you'll get to watch all the magic happen as your meal is prepared.
Whether you're after brunch or a quick working lunch, Ping Pong Soho have got you sorted. The restaurant is spitting distance from Oxford Circus and serves a delicious menu of dim sum, which is unlimited on the Sunday brunch.
Scoff & Banter on Oxford Street are the purveyors of fine British afternoon tea. Stop at the swish spot for a spot of tea and a break from shopping, with light finger sandwiches, fruit brews and plenty of scones.
If you're on the hunt for Tapas, then look no further than Pollen Street Social. Serving up a delightful selection of Tapas dishes and delicious desserts at the bar, you're in for quite the gastronomical experience: savour the delights of the Roasted Dingley Dell pork, beetroot, hops, seeds & grains or Roasted halibut, Catalan paella and sprouting broccoli. This is one of our favourite restaurants near Oxford Circus, so don't miss out!