126 Drury Lane Covent Garden , London, WC2B 5QG

Sarastro says

Filled with opera luvvies, tourists and eccentric Londoners, Sarastro has earned itself an iconic reputation in London's West End for its opulent décor and flamboyant food. Part decorative stage set, part bric-a-brac store, the dining room at Sarastro – which is located in Drury Lane - features crushed velvet tablecloths, cosy booths and private “opera booth” seating on the theatrical mezzanine level overlooking the restaurant. This charismatic setting is a dining experience you won't forget, and the menu is Mediterranean with a nod towards Turkey. Classic dishes include the lamb shank, the grilled sea bass and the pan-fried mussels in tomato sauce.

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Covent Garden Tube Station 373m

Holborn Tube Station 411m


Address: 126 Drury Lane Covent Garden , London WC2B 5QG

Area: Covent Garden

Nearby Landmarks

Theatre Royal, Drury Lane 82m

Aldwych Theatre 97m


Telephone: 020 7836 0101


Cuisine: Mediterranean

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