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Le Garrick

10-12 Garrick Street, London, WC2E 9BH +44 2036416536

(((() French
Main course: £11
Food spend: £27
Opening hours
Monday to Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 17:00

A fantastic little find. Great food, excellent service and really good value.

David Nicholson 01 September 2015
from London

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Bringing a little piece of France to the West End since the 1980s, Le Garrick serves classic Gallic cuisine. A quaint setting filled with cosy nooks and crannies, Le Garrick is a popular haunt with theatre goes and stars of the stage.

With a nod to the owner’s upbringing in Toulouse, the Le Garrick menu offers sumptuous regional specialities. Fresh, home-cooked and wholesome, Le Garrick restaurant favourites include seared sea bass fillet with red pepper coulis and pea puree, or a homemade spiced lamb and beef burger with all the trimmings.

Renowned for its wine cellar, Le Garrick Covent Garden offers fine French blends, alongside meticulously chosen international bottles. For classic French indulgence, desserts include a gooey chocolate fondant, or tangy tarte au citron.

Drawing in a bohemian crowd of theatregoers and artists, Le Garrick London is filled with rustic brickwork, glossy bistro-style furnishings and expansive canvases. A homely setting, Le Garrick is 2 minutes’ walk from Leicester Square Tube Station.

Le Garrick

10-12 Garrick Street, London, WC2E 9BH

Contact +44 2072407649
Reservations +44 2036416536

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Customer reviews for Le Garrick

4.3 (((() (based on 39 reviews)
92% of diners recommend this restaurant
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  • lunch (14)
  • value (9)
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  • child friendly (6)
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  • al fresco (3)
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  • ((((( by from LONDON

    Excellent food and service !

  • ((*** by from London

    A bit dark, service slow, food medium but very cheap for Covent Garden!

  • ((((* by from Chelmsford

    We really enjoyed it. We had a waitress who kept us entertained with her comments on the food and by just being amusing and friendly. The food was good. The starter of calamares in a spicy soup was excellent. And the mains of baby chicken good and the blanquette of veal OK. The atmosphere was sort of shabby chic- very Paris as I like to remember it - the tables were quite close together but it worked ok for us and there was a nice buzz to the place.

  • ((((( by from London

    A fantastic little find. Great food, excellent service and really good value.

  • ((((( by from London

    We went for lunch prior to a show. The lunch was delicious. The atmodphere Was cosy and relaxing. Staff was friendly, very helpful and the recommendation were excellent. Our favourite was the calamari with sauce. Delicious with a nice kick of flavours.

  • ((((( by from Manchester

    Lovely pre theatre meal, food and wine delicious and downstairs ambience quantity and quirky. Staff and service were excellent.

  • ((((* by from London

    Good food, genuine cuisine but space is tight so dont expect an intimate occasion. That said the staff were friendly and the food was reasonably priced, service was good.

  • ((((( by from London

    Excellent service, very good food and great value. Classic French food that was well-prepared. The chèvre salad, onglet steak and chicken with mushroom sauce were especially tasty.

  • ((((* by from Wellington

    Superb restaurant full of character and smiling faces!

  • ((((* by from addlestone,surrey

    really enjoyed this place, a bit dark but food and service v good
    will go again.(would like more choice of food my daughter a veggi
    had little choice - so I won't take her next time)

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