Post theatre dining: Late-night restaurants after a West End show
Whether you’re looking for a light bite to eat after a West End show or eat a hearty meal, you’ll want to dine out in style at these restaurants. Offering a selection of cuisines from around the world, don’t miss out on a mouth-watering meal and reserve your post theatre dining now!
Post theatre dining at West End restaurants
Maxwell’s Bar and Grill
With mouth-watering American classics including burgers, steaks, ribs, fajitas and wings, there’s something to suit all tastes at Maxwell’s Bar and Grill. Located in the heart of Covent Garden close to the Lyceum Theatre (The Lion King), this all-American diner packs a punch into each meal! With a table reserved for 10pm, watch London come alive with post theatre dining at Maxwell’s.
Palm Court Brasserie
Nestled in the heart of Covent Garden and overlooking the Piazza, Palm Court Brasserie is a Parisian-style restaurant that’s perfect for unwinding after a long day. Close by to the Adelphi Theatre (Waitress) and the Vaudeville Theatre (Groan Ups), get ready to relax at your table reserved for 10pm as soon as you take your seat at Palm Court Brasserie.
Fire and Stone
With a menu of ‘deliciously different pizzas inspired by flavours from around the world, enjoy a relaxed post theatre dining experience at Fire and Stone. Made from the freshest ingredients in the capital, choose from a selection of pizzas and pastas in this cool and contemporary restaurant close to the Savoy Theatre (9 to 5) and the Garrick Theatre(Noises Off).
Browns Covent Garden
Browns is an extremely popular restaurant close to West End theatres across the capital. Soak up the Covent Garden vibe close to the Wyndham’s Theatre (The Man in the White Suit) and the Duke of York’s Theatre (The Son) and have fun as you unwind at your 10pm reservation.
An iconic London restaurant, make your trip to the West End with a post theatre dining trip to Planet Hollywood, nearby Her Majesty’s Theatre (The Phantom of the Opera) and the Harold Pinter Theatre (Ian McKellen) With cool Hollywood style décor and exciting new pieces of movie memorabilia, enjoy a mouth-watering meal and pretend you’re in Hollywood from 10pm!
Serving sophisticated French classics since 1991, experience a tour de force of French gastronomy in the West End at Boulevard Brasserie. Set over three floors with décor reminiscent of 1960’s Paris Theatreland, soak up the elegant and chic style in a bustling venue with a sophisticated menu near the Aldwych Theatre (Tina the Musical) and the Novello Theatre (Mamma Mia).
Tutton’s Brasserie and Bar
Soak up an evening in the West End at Tuttons Brasserie and Bar, close to West End theatres including the Fortune Theatre (The Woman in Black) and the Noel Coward Theatre (The Night of the Iguana). With a menu offering the finest English cuisine and the best of British produce, experience the sumptous menu at Tuttons – one of the longest standing restaurants in central London.
Ping Pong Covent Garden
Looking to enjoy a Chinese meal? With handmade Dim Sum and carefully crafted cocktails in the heart of London, there’s nowhere better than Ping Pong. Near the Adelphi Theatre (Waitress), Garrick Theatre (Noises Off) and the Savoy Theatre (9 to 5), dine out on gyozas, dumplings and rice bowls at one of London’s most exciting restaurants!
Thai Square Trafalgar Square
With creative and authentic new dishes, the award-winning Thai Square offers diners a multi-level sensory experience they’ll never forget. Close to the Playhouse Theatre (Fiddler on the Roof) and Trafalgar Studio One (A Day in the Death of Joe Egg), sample the innovative menu for yourself after a West End production, with your table reserved for 10pm.
Why not book for Thai Square Covent Garden? This contemporary restaurant is filled with artwork from Thailand, so if you’re looking to dine out on Asian cuisine, you’ll want to visit Thai Square Covent Garden.
Zizzi – The Strand
Zizzi is a chain of Italian restaurants found across the United Kingdom, which uses only the freshest local ingredients for the very best local, affordable Italian food. If you’re by the Adelphi Theatre (Waitress) or the Playhouse Theatre (Fiddler on the Roof), make sure you book your table now!
If you’re near Covent Garden, why not dine at Zizzi’s Bow Street branch. Close to the Aldwych Theatre (Tina the Musical) and the Gillian Lynne Theatre (School of Rock), take your pick from a menu of authentic Italian mains and indulgent desserts.