- Main course: £21
- Food spend: £34
- Opening hours
- Monday to Sunday: 12:00 - 14:30 & 17:30 - 22:30.
everything was great! the dishes (the veal, the bream tartare), the service. prices are normal.
02 June 2019
Cora Pearl in Covent Garden is a chic townhouse restaurant from the team behind critically acclaimed Kitty Fisher’s in Mayfair. At this Michelin-listed restaurant, enjoy the best of British comfort food served with a twist, incorporating new takes on beloved classics.
Found close to charming Apple Market, Cora Pearl in London offers elegant British dishes, garnering high praise from formidable restaurant critic, Giles Coren. Noted Head Chef George Barson creates signature dishes such as cod with spiced crab, and veal fillet with celeriac and bordelaise. Complete your meal with a delicious dessert from the Cora Pearl menu, such as the quince & creme fraiche millefeuille with tonka bean ice cream.
Pair your dining experience with one of Cora Pearl’s exquisite cocktails, or choose from the extensive wine list, including the reserve cellar’s limited-supply wines. Named after the famous Victorian courtesan, Cora Pearl’s interior showcases a dark colour palette with its teal velvet banquettes and soft candle-lit glow.
Cora Pearl restaurant is found only 3 minutes' walk from Covent Garden Tube Station, close to landmarks such as St Paul’s Church Covent Garden.
30 Henrietta St, London, WC2E 8NA
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Customer reviews for Cora Pearl
((((( 12 September 2019 by Rebecca from London
Overall, our lunch at Cora Pearl was great. The food was amazing and the atmosphere / design of the restaurant is stunning. We took clients there for lunch and really appreciated the laid-back, quiet atmosphere. Honestly, everything we ordered was incredible!
((((( 10 September 2019 by Beccy from Essex
Every mouthful was exceptional. We booked to return before we left as we were so impressed.
The staff were warm and friendly without being over the top.
The wine was delicious, so much so we will be getting the train on our return trip.
((((( 8 September 2019 by Moira from London
Fish stew and croutons was delicious
((((( 6 September 2019 by Charlotte from London
We loved it, would very much recommend.
((((( 4 September 2019 by Julie from Sydney
Loved the casual vibe here and the food of course.
More casual restaurant than I thought it was going to be after looking at the website ( but I’ll know next time)!
Food was excellent, although extremely small menu, but that of course suits the pre and post theatre set.
My husband particularly liked the veal dish , I wanted a vegetarian dish but didn’t like the sound of carrots as a main course.
All in all would definitely make a return visit and recommend to others now I know what it’s all about !
((((( 29 August 2019 by Amanda from London
There isn't a large choice on the menu but you can pretty much guarantee perfection in anything you chose ( in our case a veal and a fish stew preceded by a beetroot and goat's curd salad and a heritage tomato salad). The atmosphere is relaxed and the service attentive (but not obtrusive) Its the perfect small restaurant. I'm so lucky its in my neighbourhood!
((((( 24 August 2019 by Laura from London
Faultless food and excellent service. Went with most of the waiter’s recommendations and there wasn’t a single dish that disappointed. Lovely relaxed atmosphere and the chips are worth the trip alone. I will definitely be back!
((((* 22 August 2019 by Shaun from Bristol
The brill was excellent
((((( 21 August 2019 by KC from London
Small menu with imaginative, well cooked, well presented dishes - fresh and high quality ingredients. Good range of fun cocktails. Friendly, efficient service. Warm and friendly ambience. One minor suggestion: they might offer customers a choice of champagne in a flute rather than a coupe. Well-priced and good value for this quality of food in this area of London.
((((* 21 August 2019 by Rosie from London
The ambience & staff are lovely, as was the food but it didn't represent value at all. We went for the pre-theatre at £20 for two course - starter of devilled eggs very delicious but only £3.50 on main menu. Main of pork also lovely but with very little accompaniment so essentially a plate of meat. Carrot dish again very tasty but little else and on main menu this is £18.50! Must be served a bigger portion. The two together would have been sublime. Good and balance wine list. Definitely have some bread.
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