Hunting for somewhere stylish to eat? Visit Kingly Court

Kingly Court

Hunting for somewhere to eat has become even easier when you are in the vicinity of Oxford Circus and Regent Street.  Just book a stay at any of the affordable self-catering apartment London and head into Kingly Court for a massive collection of fantastic places to eat and drink.


Kingly Court is a small street tucked between Carnaby Street and Regent Street. The small size belies the sheer choice that can be found here.  There are over 20 restaurants, cafes, bars, and food operators catering for every food taste, from seafood to curries, Asian style to burgers and everything in between! You can dine alfresco or under cover.


It is a perfect place to relax, experiment and try new flavours.  How about Peruvian food? Entering Senor Ceviche is like entering urban Lima, and you can choose from a menu that includes Chiffa Chicharrones, Pachamanca Ribs, Super Pollo and Ceviche.  Over at Jinjuu Soho, you can try the latest Korean street food like bimimbap and wagyu mini burgers, or you can opt for a Jerusalem style brunch at The Good Egg. 


Book a stay at beautiful Presidential Marylebone Mayfair and visit Stax Diner. The place majors on burgers, but don’t expect to eat a simple burger here.  This is where you can find Caramel Blue Cheese burgers, Buttermilk chicken burgers and Halal Gourmet versions.


Prefer something more traditional? Then Shampers wine bar and restaurant is for you. This restaurant offers traditional British food served a la carte or as finger food.  Anyone loving seafood will find plenty on offer at Wright Brothers for this is their speciality.  The minimal décor style with stripped floors and bare bulbs, allows diners to focus purely on the food. Choose from crab starters, raw oysters, crab in a bisque sauce, langustines, tempura monk fish, or skate wing served with a spicy chilli jam.


Greek meze, grilled octopus and moussaka made in a traditional clay pot can be enjoyed at Life Goddess.  Alternatively try the Oka Restaurant with its Mongolian Lamb or Le Bab’s middle eastern style cuisine involving shawarma, pigs head, lamb adana and cauliflower pastilla cooked over charcoal and wood. The ever popular Pizza is not ignored in Kingly Court, just take a look at the menu in Pizza Pilgrims.


For those wanting just a snack, then Crumbs & Doilies Bakery & Cake Shop may have the answer.  Every cake is unique, baked fresh to order and hand decorated.  Mouth watering flavours include Raspberry Ripple, cookies and cream, rainbow and peanut butter. 


At Cahoots Cocktail bar you can step back in time and return to the 1940’s. Try rationed snacks and bespoke cocktails, which include a Vera Lynn cocktail served in a Vera Lynn Toby jug.  Quite apart from the unusual food, what makes this bar really stand out is the amazing décor and atmosphere.  The staff speak cockney slang, and the bar itself is decked out like a 1940’s underground station!

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