Enjoy a meal at these fantastic restaurants near The Lion King in London
Dine like a king from a selection of London’s finest restaurants near The Lion King before seeing one of the wildest shows in town. From succulent steaks to nutritious salads, our options are just a stone’s throw away from The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre. So have no worries for the rest of your days and get stuck into our suggestions.
Restaurants near The Lion King
Fire and Stone
Tucked in Maiden Lane just off of Covent Garden sits Fire and Stone. Bursting with flavours taken from far-off cities with exotic tastes and flavours, there’s sure to be a stand out meal anyone will love at Fire and Stone, no matter how fussy you are! Get into the African vibe with “Marrakech”, a pizza topped with spiced minced lamb, Greek yoghurt, hummus & pomegranate. But with pizzas stretching from Mumbai to Melbourne as well as pasta and salads, Fire and Stone is gourmet global food pulled off with excellence.
Maxwell’s Bar & Grill
Made famous with its Pokémon Freakshakes and Cheesebomb Burger, Maxwell’s Bar & Grill is guaranteed to fill anyone’s stomach! An all-American diner, Maxwell’s is a favourite in the West End. Serving first-class cuisine including a Smokin’ Ribs & Pulled Pork Combo, tequila-infused peppers in fajitas and plenty of mac and cheese, Maxwell’s will definitely have you breaking out in a meat sweat. With specials on for strictly limited seasons as well as daily deals, it’s worth visiting this restaurant time and time again to really feel like a true American.
Thai Square The Strand
Opened in 1996, Thai Square serves up authentic Thai food in an ornate atmosphere, giving a true flavour of Thailand with every bite. Offering Asian classics like salt and pepper squid, spring rolls and chicken satays, why not branch out and try jungle curry? Labelled their spiciest curry, with mixed Thai herbs and bamboo shoots, it’s sure to pack a punch! If spice isn’t your thing, why not opt for a Thai favourite, Pad Kaprao. Bean curds mixed with chillies, onions and basil leaves, team this with coconut rice for an Asian explosion.