Once you have your tickets and have sorted out your accommodation, why not add a pre-theatre meal to complete your evening? There are countless restaurants, cafes and pubs close by to the London Palladium, and choosing one in which to dine may seem like an overwhelming task, even more so if you are unfamiliar with London. We have picked out a couple of restaurants with good reviews close by to the London Palladium for you to consider on your theatre trip.
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For authentic cuisine with a twist from Emilia Romagna, visit Ponti’s Italian Kitchen. They offer honest seasonal food of the highest quality, all ethically sourced, simply prepared, and lovingly presented. The restaurant is located just 5 minutes from the London Palladium at Oxford Circus. A delicious pre-theatre Supper Club is available, with delicious pizza, pastas & risottos for only £6 each. You can choose from Risotto Quattro Formaggio, Tagliatelle Primavera, Spaghetti Bolognese, Rigatoni con Pollo and Fungi Pizza.
A 5 minutes’ walk from the London Palladium the re-named Roux at The Landau sees father and son Albert and Michel Roux Jr working together for the first time in 19 years, bringing the Roux’s legendary culinary expertise and creativity to their second West End address.
Served at lunch and dinner; 5.30pm – 7.00pm | 10.00pm – 10.30pm
3 Courses, including a bottle of mineral water per table, coffee and petits fours – From £35.00
There has never been so much fun in a flat bread until now! Flatplanet offers an array of truly scrumptious flat breads (which are essentially like pizzas, but cooler and healthier) with hearty Moroccan inspired toppings. The bread itself is made from organic English spelt that is a lot lighter on the tummy than a usual pizza base. The décor and food combine perfectly to radiate a rustic and experimental vibe and the menu itself is very affordable. For any lovers of blue cheese I can wholeheartedly recommend the ‘Mushroom’ flatbread, which contains delicious garlic mushrooms along with a hint of pesto. For spice lovers the ‘Club’ flatbread is perfect, with lashings of chicken, chorizo, goat’s cheese and chili and sun-dried tomato sauces, making it a sizzling taste sensation! Although it is not the most traditional of eateries, for a pre-theatre dining venture Flatplanet is ideal as dishes are served quickly and the building is situated just opposite the Palladium. I would recommend hungrier diners have a salad or Mezze Platter (which by the way is a taste sensation!) to accompany their meal. The more indulgent should definitely sample the gluten-free brownie!