Available lunch & dinner Mon-Sun until 1 January 2019, subject to availability. Dishes from a set menu & subject to change. Includes VAT, excludes service. Offer applies to bookings for up to 8 people.
A winner of AA’s London Restaurant of the Year, Tredwells Covent Garden is set over 3 floors and serves seasonal menus showcasing the very best in British produce with global flavours.
Developed by chef patron Chantelle Nicholson, who has worked alongside Marcus Wareing since moving to London in 2004, Tredwells boasts a variety of menus. Creative and delicious plant-based dishes take inspiration from, and feature in, Chantelle’s debut cookery book ‘Planted’ meaning all dietary restrictions, intolerances and tastes are catered for.
The Tredwells wine list has been carefully curated to showcase both Old and New World styles and varieties. Classics feature alongside exciting biodynamic and organic wines to create an impressive selection.
Tredwells in London sits amidst the trendy bustle of Seven Dials, and is just a 2-minute walk from Leicester Square Tube Station.
of diners recommend this restaurant
- trendy (526)
- al fresco (57)
- large parties (150)
- dinner (1111)
- business (358)
- romantic (351)
- entertainment (118)
- afternoon tea (22)
- private dining (199)
- luxury (279)
- child friendly (67)
- views (12)
- breakfast (31)
- lunch (883)
- value (340)
15 December 2018
Great food and wine. Very friendly service but needed to send the wine back twice as it was the wrong bottle and the wine pouring by them did not always reach the glass. Unfortunately it was a wet day and we put our umbrella in the stand on arrival but it was not there as we went to leave. I would recommend you check in your umbrella with your coat so you don't loose it.
11 December 2018
Excellent service and food . Drink was rather small as part of the set menu It wasn’t a glass!! But very enjoyable evening
10 December 2018
Beuastifully prevented food, but shocking lax service, and make sure you are not seated near the door, especially in winter otherwise you will be constantly blasted by cold air and / or crowded by people queuing to collect coats from the cloakroom.
9 December 2018
Good food. Good value. Good service. We went for the £28, 3 courses and a cocktail bookatable offer. The booking was ever so easy. I had to change the timing of the booking to coincide with the theatre timing and it was changed with ease and the reply was very prompt. The cocktail was lovely and the food was really good with very nice presentations. The standard of the food was as good as some Michelin starred restaurants, if not better.
8 December 2018
Food was good, the pairing wines recommended werent. The service quality was varied depending on servers. Ambience lacking, too noisy, seating enviroment has a tuckshop feel.
8 December 2018
The overall service was great, everything came on time and the staff were very attentive. I particularly enjoyed the cod cheeks starter however, I almost broke a tooth on a tiny piece of what looked like either bone or glass in my pork collar main course. So that was disappointing.
7 December 2018
To use Marcus Waring’s terminology, it was not quite “fine dining”. But as we were in a special deal of £28 for 3 courses, including a (very acidic) cocktail, you get what you pay for, and it was OK. The crunchy honeycomb pudding was the only pudding worth having. The waiter was delightful, very kind and helpful. And overall we had a very happy evening.
5 December 2018
The food was amazing, but the service wasn't great. Servers seemed miserable, constantly leaned across us to top up water, and failed to bring ordered drinks - our welcome cocktails arrived after starters!
3 December 2018
Overall rather disappointing. We ate on the special deal @ £28.00 per head with a cocktail thrown in. Having experienced many such deals before we weren’t expecting big portions or a huge choice but we were expecting quality. Unfortunately this was not consistent. My husband’s starter of lamb was very odd - dry and somewhat chewy and my main pork dish was similar - tasty but over cooked. I had a fish starter and my husband a fish main and they were both pleasant so perhaps the answer is to stick with fish and not meat! The desserts were lovely and the service good. I was rather concerned when we were ushered down to the basement but it was quite busy so the ambiance was fine. I just feel that for a restaurant with such a well known name it was very underwhelming. To be honest - for a chef that holds a position as a judge on “Masterchef - The Professionals” - he could do with taking some advice from the people he picks holes in on that program as many of their dishes look more appetising than the ones we had in his restaurant. I rather wished that instead we had eaten in one of the many small, cozy looking places I had passed in Soho on my way there.
3 December 2018
A bit disappointed with the overall experience. A lot of waiting, then various courses arrived together. The menu was different from the one published on Bookatable. Food was generally bland. The environment wasn’t to our taste and looked like an old style kitchen surrounded by small white tiles. However the main waitress was lovely. Overall too expensive for the experience
Star Deal - 3 courses & a cocktail £28 per person
Theatre menu- 2 courses £25 or 3 courses £30 per person
Free glass of champagne