Across the street from the famous gentlemen's club with which it shares its name, Le Garrick is a convivial and well-established restaurant and bar with a classic menu of French cuisine. Spread over two floors, the ground floor dining room offers a window view of the bustle of Covent Garden outside, while the intimate basement with its candlelit alcoves fosters a more discreet atmosphere. A lively crowd of playgoers and theatre faces soak up the weekly live music.
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Le Garrick Brasserie Restaurant
10-12 Garrick Street
- +44 (0)20 7240 7649
Candle-lit restaurants with that old-fashioned smoky, sexy kind of charm have always appealed to me. They beckon and entice me in. I relax more in a restaurant that doesn't have glary lights; I feel myself kicking back and genuinely glowing, in the glow of it all!
Le Garrick is one of those. Been there forever, and forever I have heard it calling to me, but never slowed down long enough to...more
Beautiful little brasserie serving French bistro fare in a quaintly setting. Big windows, amber lighting (good for dates), and joyful, friendly staff.
They offer your standard bisfro fare of various steaks-- onglette, entrecot-- a fish of the day, mussels, and surprisingly, vegetarian dishes outside of the usual dreary mushroom risotto (£9.95). On my most recent visit I sampled the quinoa...more
Unpretentious little gem that serves decent French food without fuss in the heart of theatreland.
It might be easier to write a list of things the Gartick isn't: not posh, not a chain, not swanky, not expensive (assuming you can afford a theatre ticket), not full of drunk hedge fund managers.
But that would do it a disservice. Le Garrick is really pleasant find, serving perfectly decent...more
Happy staff, high-quality French food and a lovely restaurant with a great underground section (looks infinitely more cosy than the upstairs seating area).
This place isn't for super fat people as the tables and chairs are teeny weeny - we had to squeeze in next to a drunk group of four women for our romantic meal for two, and it was quite hard to hear anything other than their cackling...more