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Something of a legend in its home country, this is the first London outing for Pakistan’s Salt’n Pepper group – founded some 30 years ago… more »
Chris Corbin and Jeremy King’s jam-packed time-warp tribute to the opulent Parisian brasserie is almost universally adored – not least… more »
Machiavelli’s all-day repertoire stretches from buttermilk pancakes & ‘the full Italian’ for breakfast in the smart ground-floor ‘kitchen’… more »
Part of a celebrated stable that also includes Arbutus and Wild Honey, this buzzy but opulent brasserie started well, but recent changes to… more »
Part wine ‘dég-ustation’ room, part ‘o-steria’(hence the name), Degò opened quietly in 2010 & has remained resolutely under the… more »
‘My, haven’t you aged well?’, quipped one visitor after a trip to rejuvenated Quo Vadis. With the Hart brothers at the helm and Jeremy… more »
Cosmopolitan Arbutus is ‘streets ahead of the competition’, according to one fan (speaking for many), and has consolidated its status… more »
A neighbourhood bistro of the best sort, Almeida attracts locals with its welcoming community spirit, unfussy outlook and surprisingly refined… more »
Founded in 1927 by French chef, author and polymath Marcel Boulestin, the original Boulestin restaurant was a Covent Garden grandee for nearly… more »
It started with a bang in 2008 and the hype is still justified at Bocca di Lupo – a lip-smacking, ‘drop-dead delicious’ theatreland cracker… more »
This self-assured Spanish star has added a swanky string to its bow in the form of a shiny new cava bar, which offers flights of bubbly alongside… more »
The Botanist is a breath of sophisticated air for the Chelsea denizens who cram its chic spaces from morn to night. British produce is given… more »
Like a grand European café ‘polished with an English accent’, The Delaunay goes ‘from strength to strength’, delivering the kind… more »
A Piccadilly stunner, this beautiful, historic dining room never fails to wow Londoners and tourists alike with its ‘classic, timeless decor’… more »
A redoubtable West End institution complete with a bowler-hatted doorman and a clubby, wood-panelled dining room filled with piscine prints and… more »
London is a veritable paradise for fans of the theatre, with the West End packed full of fantastic shows. Square Meal’s guide to the best restaurants for pre and post theatre dining in London features the very best London restaurants catering for pre and post theatre diners. Whether it’s a hit musical in London’s theatreland or a more serious play you are attending, most theatre goers like to make a night of it with a good meal either before or after the show.
Square Meal’s carefully selected list of the best restaurants for pre and post theatre dining in London is a helpful guide for finding a restaurant that caters for pre or post theatre diners. Covering all of the major theatre areas, search for London’s finest pre or post theatre restaurants here. Also check out great restaurants in Covent Garden; Mayfair and Oxford Street as well as Soho and Bloomsbury for pre and post theatre dining.
Every one of the Pre and Post Theatre Dining restaurants featured in Square Meal’s list of London’s top Pre and Post Theatre Dining restaurants have been tried and tested by food critics and our own customers so check out the reviews and book a table online with Square Meal today. Each Square Meal listing features an independent review, as well as reviews from diners, together with unique special offers such as free drinks and discounts.