Where to eat near the Palace Theatre

Where to eat near the Palace Theatre

So you’ve got tickets to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and you want to know where you can eat? Look no further!

Dominating that west side of Cambridge Circus, The Palace Theatre is one of the most popular tourist spots in London. After enjoying the spell-binding performances at the theatre, a delicious meal becomes a necessity to complete the evening. There are numerous restaurants and cafes in the area surrounding the theatre. Luckily, this gives you a greater selection of places to choose from. You can choose from various cuisines from different countries or just opt for an English dining experience.
We have looked through hundreds of eateries in the area and narrowed down the list of the best few for you.


 Bryon - Places To Eat Near The Palace Theatre
Byron – Places To Eat Near The Palace Theatre

Byron is the ultimate destination in London to find the most delicious hamburgers. They only serve one thing, but they make it as perfect as it gets. Served with a chilled beer or a shake, these hamburgers are made from fresh British beef. You have an open choice to pick any kind of salad. Once you are done munching on the delicious burgers, you can also order an Oreo cheese cake or ice-cream because lets face it, there’s always room for dessert. The restaurant has amazing customer service and they do their best to accommodate customers with special dietary requirements or allergies.
The restaurant is open throughout the day to serve its many customers.

Le Bab

La Bab - Places To Eat Near The Palace Theatre
Le Bab – Places To Eat Near The Palace Theatre

If you are looking for a place where you can find a mix of Asian and English culinary styles, Le Bab is your destination. The restaurant uses free-range meat and seasonal vegetables from the UK and combine them to make the most scrumptious kebabs in the town. Spices are imported from the Middle East and Asia to bring a touch of traditional flavour to the food. The food is cooked on a fire which adds to the flavour.
The opening hours on Monday to Saturday are 12pm to 3pm and then 6pm to 10:30 pm. You can always go for Paneer Kebabs on a Sunday from 1pm to 4pm and then 6pm to 9pm.

Soho’s Secret Tea Room

Soho Secret Tea Room
Soho Secret Tea Room

Soho’s Secret Tea Room isn’t exactly the best kept secret in the world and we are extremely thankful for that. If you need a break from the crowded streets of Soho, this little tea room is your escape. With vintage decor and fine china, this place gives off quite a retro vibe. On entry you’re met with the sound of 1940s Jazz and aromas of various teas mixed together. Be it brunch or afternoon tea, this place has it covered with sixteen kinds of teas to choose from including cream tea and champagne tea. You can munch on sandwiches or scones while sipping on your tea.
The tea room is open throughout the week from 12pm to 6pm.

Ember Yard

Ember Yard - Places to eat near the palace theatre
Ember Yard – Places to eat near the palace theatre

Ember Yard is one of the five restaurants that comes under the franchise name of Salt Yard. Influenced by Spanish and Italian ways food is cooked over wood and charcoal. Using only the fresh and seasonal ingredients, this restaurant brings the flavour of Spanish and Italian food to England. You can enjoy professionally cooked Charcuterie, Tapas and bar snacks with a selection of wines to suit. You can also book the private dining room at the restaurant to accommodate a larger party.
The restaurant is open from 12pm to 11pm on Mondays to Fridays, 11am to 12pm on Saturdays and 11am to 10pm on Sundays or Bank Holidays.


Curry in the capital
Curry in the capital

Dishoom is the place to go to if you are craving Indian food. Marble and mirrors on the walls, along with traditional ceiling fans, it brings a real Indian feel to the whole place. To add to the ambience, there is mahogany furniture and hanging pendant lights. It is beautiful to say the least. From samosas and Cholai Bhatura to various Currys, there is a variety of Indian food to choose from. Bollywood music soothes the ears and creates an atmosphere that will make you believe you are eating at a restaurant in Delhi. Visit this amazing restaurant for a spicy tour of the Indian cuisine.

The restaurant is open from 8am to 11pm from Monday to Thursday and 9am to midnight on the other three days.



Mexican - Places To Eat near Harry Potter
Mexican – Places To Eat near Harry Potter

Chipotle offers the best Mexican cuisine in the area. Using high quality ingredients and professionally superior cooking methods, the restaurant provides the finest of dining experiences. Chipotle does not only offer delicious food, but they also have exceptionally splendid interior design which undoubtedly adds to the experience. There are burritos, salads and tacos that you can customise according to your desired ingredients. The kids meals come with tortilla chips, a seasonal fruit and juice so it’s perfect if you have little ones to please.
Drain down the food with a beer or margarita to top your night off.

Soho Kitchen and Bar

Soho Kitchen & Bar
Soho Kitchen & Bar

Soho Kitchen and Bar provides a two in one experience as it offers a fusion of American and French cuisine. The lounge is full of woodwork and sofas to make the place cosy and welcoming. The menu includes different types of burgers, salads and salmon. Offering a chic vibe and upmost sophistication this place is stunning. There is a variety of drinks from cocktails to thick shakes to choose from.
The restaurant opens at noon serving delicious food on most days till midnight and sometimes opens til 3am. Fortunately, you can enjoy the appetising and flavoursome foods all day long.

So there you go!

There are many other eateries to choose from too, but for an outsider, choosing one restaurant from a hundred can be an overwhelming task. The restaurants on this list are just a few of the amazing eateries, but they are indeed some of the best . You can thank us later!