Dine out near Wicked in the West End at these restaurants
Give your visit to the Emerald City an extra touch of magic by dining at one of these local restaurants near Wicked before the show. With a range of restaurants for all budgets and different cuisines, there’s something for everyone to tuck into! So, salivate over these restaurants and book your table now before Wicked.
Restaurants near Wicked
A high-street staple, Prezzo Victoria Place is situated conveniently in Victoria station, just a few feet away from the Apollo Victoria. Those looking to watch their waistline can grab a dish from the Pasta Light menu, where each dish is under 650 calories. If you’re going as a family, then there’s great options for you too! Serving 3-4 people, share classic dishes such as a Spaghetti Carbonara in one large pasta bowl and save the bickering that someone’s got a better meal! With risottos, pizzas and calzones too, there really is something for everyone at Prezzo.
Boisdale of Belgravia
Situated on Eccleston Street, the Scottish themed Boisdale of Belgravia is the perfect restaurant to impress your other half or your group of friends. Stocking hundreds of whisky varieties from all over Scotland, there’s enough choice to suit a lifetime! That’s not all to this Scottish restaurant though. With a menu including a fruits de mer platter for two, venison from the Highlands or a plate of traditional Dumfriesshire haggis, Boisdale of Belgravia is the place to splurge for an extravagant meal to remember that will really be a treat.
For those looking for a lighter bite to eat, why not take a 4-minute walk from the theatre and head to Browns. Offering stylish cocktails and sophisticated meals, Brown’s is sure to fill any hunger craving. Snack on the bar food including beef sliders, Devon crab rolls or even chicken lollipops dipped in truffle mayonnaise! For those wanting a larger main, how about a hearty fish pie or lobster risotto with plenty of parmesan to satisfy your appetite. Thinking of dessert? If it’s something sweet you’re craving, there’s a variety of fruit and chocolate-based puddings as well as a large cheeseboard with plenty to offer.
Just down the road from the Apollo Victoria is Elizabeth Street, home of Sicily. Sourcing fruit and vegetables from Covent Garden, meat from Smithsfield and fish from Billingsgate, the menu is packed with classic Italian flavour for any taste. Polish off every last crumb of their arancini balls or calamari and delve deeper into Italian cuisine with an array of pizzas, pasta and calzone. With tiramisu and pannacotta starring on their dessert menu, Sicily is an unmissable restaurant to experience as part of your Wicked adventure.