The two floors of this Covent Garden brasserie are usually full to the brim. Boulevard seems to have a universal appeal, if you can stand the crush ... More
The two floors of this Covent Garden brasserie are usually full to the brim. Boulevard seems to have a universal appeal, if you can stand the crush that is. Tourists, local residents and business people all flock here for good value fresh cooking with a strong French influence. The menu is split into sections of salads, large sandwiches, snacks, pastas, meats, vegetarian and fish. Pre- and post-theatre dinner menus are available, and there's also a set lunch menu.
Although its logo is the now renowned "@" symbol, this popular business restaurant caters to a decidedly suits only kind
of crowd. Fittingly, the modern European menu appeals to the business man on expenses, but truth be told, prices ...
From the founders of Le Palais du Jardin in Covent Garden comes another large restaurant bar cafe complex. During the
day, Brompton Cross shoppers stop by for a cappuccino or a light lunch, while in the evenings the bar ...
Located in the uptown Primrose Hill area, Manna is the oldest vegetarian restaurant in all of England. The candle lit
atmosphere and simple wooden decor keep the old world charm alive, while tunes of Bob Dylan help you wind. ...