Belgo Centraal


Set in a former warehouse in Covent Garden, Belgo Centraal's staircase descends into a Beer Hall with long refectory tables waited on by staff in Trappist monk outfits and head sets. But this is no silent order; it's bustling and noisy with many customers tucking into steaming bowls of mussels in a variety of broths and platters. There are also two main dining rooms and a selection of more intimate dining booths. Seeking something substantial? The stews include Moules Blanches cooked in Bruges beer with smoked bacon, all served with frites. From the Rotisserie, choose from beer basted spit roast Belgian chicken or duck, or peruse the extensive main menu which includes the veggie-friendly Artichoke stuffed with Wild Mushrooms, Asparagus and Pine Nuts. Of course, there are over 50 Belgian beers to taste, including Fruit Beers in varieties such as cherry or banana!

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Typical meal price: From £25.00 (USD32.76) per diner

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Belgo Centraal

50 Earlham Street
Covent Garden
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 293 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Belgo Centraal

4.0 out of 5 15 June 2016
by Christine T.

Ordered all of the mussels that they offered. I would recommend anything on that menu.more

5.0 out of 5 5 June 2016
by Jana J.

Original Belgian food in London for a fair price. This really is as good as it gets. :)more

5.0 out of 5 14 March 2016
by Chris C.

You cannot do better unless you go to Belgium. Forget the menu - order the full order of mussels with frites. Chase them down with a Duvel or a Leffe or similar Belgian brew. Have 2-3 beers at lunch and say to hell with it all! This place is a celebration.more

4.0 out of 5 14 February 2016
by Mark D.

Service is really slow but the staff are lovely and the food is just fabulous.

If you are a fan of their mussel pots but hate eating with your fingers. ...try the roasted platters .... and eat with a knife and fork - what's not to love :-).more

4.0 out of 5 28 December 2015
by Vincent L.

Fun venue in a large, cavernous, subterranean setting. You head down either a warehouse-style elevator or metal-caged stairway into a maze of brick-lined arched tunnels branching off in different directions with long benches that make for great cavorting with large groups.

The food is not bad, and even traditional Belgian items like mussels come in gigantic kettles that are worthy...more

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