Circus – Covent Garden

There is no major sign indicating the property of Circus. All we saw were some black doors that were open and then looking inside, we could see that there was some sort of dining area. It’s only when we went inside the building, that there was the Circus sign in lights on one of the entrance walls.

Carluccios – Covent Garden

This is Carluccios flagship restaurant and it is spread over two floors. The entrance and interior reminded me of a grand home. It has high ceilings, stone floors and a big spiral staircase. We were seated on the upper level, which looked like the private dining area. There are huge windows that overlook the surrounding streets of Covent Garden. It felt like we were dining in a stately home.

Wahaca – Covent Garden

Wahaca calls itself Mexican market eating. This restaurant is located below street level. It all looks bright with a turquoise colour theme, wood panelling and bare concrete walls.

Sway Bar and Kitchen – Holborn

Sway is quite a trendy looking place from the outside and we were welcomed by the friendly smiling staff as soon as we entered. The restaurant area is on the same floor as the bar but is separated by a small divide. Take a look at the fresh fish fridge as you walk to your…

Rossopomodoro – Covent Garden

This Neapolitan restaurant is situated on the premises where the former sushi eatery Gili Gulu used to be! Rossopomodoro’s  menu is quite extensive ranging from the usual pizzas, pastas, salads to fried pizzas, grills and a selection of starters. We were quite impressed with the quality of the food the first time we ate at…

Sapori – Covent Garden

A great pizzeria tucked away from the busy streets of Covent Garden. This restaurant is quite small although it does have some tables downstairs. We were lucky to be seated upstairs! The decor is pretty cool; nice artwork on the wall and strings of lights near the back of the restaurant. The staff were really friendly…

Fire and Stone – Covent Garden

This is a pizza restaurant with a difference; it has the biggest range of pizzas that I have seen on a menu. They have pizzas named after places around the world and the names reflect the ingredients used on the pizza! The Byron Bay pizza had great flavours with its toppings of mixed mushrooms, garlic and rosemary roasted potatoes,…