When your looking for the best places to eat in Covent Garden you are seriously spoilt for choice. Covent Garden’s celebrated food scene has gone from strength to strength with the frequent addition of new restaurants. When searching for properties for sale in Covent Garden, you’re in for a culinary treat thanks to a smorgasbord of diverse tastes and options for both meat lovers and shunners.
A recent addition is By Chloe, a vegan fast food outlet that has the stamp of approval of vegans across the pond. The SoHo NYC smash hit is making its way to Russell Street and is essentially a no-frills but tastefully modern restaurant that doesn’t seat many but offers takeaway and ‘eat from the carton’ service options. From vegan burgers, mac and cheese, quinoa tacos, shepherd’s pie to pesto meatballs, all without any animal ingredient or animal-derived ingredient. The outlet does not serve alcohol but offers a good selection of soft drinks. You cannot reserve a table and it can get crowded- you’ve been warned!
London’s love affair with curry has outlasted marriages. Anyone who is attracted to the many charms of Covent Garden and considering flats to rent in Covent Garden…and a curry lover will appreciate Little Kolkata, the new Bengali supper club coming to Shelton Street. The menu will feature a variety of Calcuttan specialties (Calcutta or Kolkata as it is now called was the capital of the British Indian Empire until 1911), including maacher cutlet (fish croquette), chicken liver and truffle paratha. Evenings at Little Kolkata will be inspired by different facets of Bengali culture, so you have the opportunity to experience the full deal.
Another dish inspired by the colonial times – the Singaporean curry puff – a fiery take on the Cornish pastry, is set to delight residents at Old Chang Kee. With more than 90 outlets across Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, Old Chang Kee is best known for its sumptuous curry puff loaded with meat, potato and spices. The outlet’s pop-up last year was extremely successful, with its signature dish and other treats selling out in four hours flat.
For one of the best places to eat in Covent Garden, Greater London Properties can confirm that Michelin starred Taiwanese restaurant chain Din Tai Fung, which the New York Times has ranked as one of the world’s ten best restaurants, will arrive in Covent Garden at the end of the year. The restaurant will span two levels and seat about 250 guests.