Bistro 1 (Covent Garden) Reviews
Description:33 Southampton Street / Covent Garden / WC2E 7HE / Covent Garden / Tel: 7379 7585.
Newest Review: ... get a better deal than this in central London! The menu is full of great mediterranean food and you'd be hard pushed not to find something on it that makes your mouth water. There is a really good mix of fish, meat and vegetable dishes and even though I've been here numerous times, I've always had something different. When you sit down you get the traditional European olives and bread which ... more
Customer Bistro 1 (Covent Garden) Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/10/08 (Very useful, 188 readings)
There are two things in this life that are guaranteed to make me smile: the first is great food and the second is getting a real bargain. Unfortunately living in London, I don't often get the opportunity to satisfy both of those fantasies in one go, but Bistro 1 lets me do just that, making me a very happy bunny. Bistro 1 really is a hidden jewel amongst London restaurants - there are 3 different restaurants, 2 in Soho (one on Beak Street and the other on Frith Street) and one on Southampton Street in Covent Garden. All 3 of the restaurants are fairly small with tables squeezed quite tightly together, which means on the one hand there is always a real buzz to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/08 (Very useful, 115 readings)
We were looking for somewhere close to Covent Garden to go and have a spot of lunch. My sister remembered she had heard good things about a restaurant called Bistro 1 which is located not far from the Lyceum Theatre where we would be going to see The Lion King later that evening. When we arrived I thought it was a lovely bright and cheerful restaurant that is obviously heavily influenced by Mediterranean designs and décor. The tables and chairs are beautiful, very sturdy wooden furniture that are very comfortable to sit on while I was enjoying my lunch and a drink or two. I liked that there was a nice mix of people in Bistro 1 because during my trips to London ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/06 (Very useful, 1082 readings)
London is an expensive city and dining out on a budget can be hard. Luckily I have found (courtesy of a guide dedicated to cheap eats in London) a place where you can have a three course meal with wine for under £15. This place is Bistro 1 and it serves simple Mediterranean influenced food. Bistro 1 is a mini chain with three branches. There are two in Soho and one in Covent Garden. The Covent Garden one is on Southampton Street just round the corner from Covent Garden Market and only a couple minutes stroll from Covent Garden tube station. It is quite a small restaurant with space for 80 diners so booking is advised. You can do this either by phone or online ... Read the complete review
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