Set in the heart of Covent Garden, the first European restaurant from the Singha Beer brand serves pan-Asian-fusion street cuisine. Set within an exquisite Grade-II-listed building, the eatery features vintage knick-knacks and hand-blown lighting installations, Pacata’s menu is created by Yasuji Morisumi, the first ever Michelin-starred ramen chef.
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4 New Row StreetConvent GardenLondonWC2N 4LH
I am a total fan of Pacata for lunch. I am sure if I lived in London, then I would be here at least once a week. You must stop through here for lunch, if your looking for tasty and authentic Thai cuisines. Service is friendly, warm and professional. Price I would say is definitely inexpensive, ideal place to go with a group of people or for a casual date.more
Pacata describes itself as Asian fusion comfort food and the restaurant has a nice rustic feel to it with lots of wood and drinks that come in jars rather than glasses. I particularly liked the pinboard map of the world with hundreds of Polaroids pinned to it and the mismatched lights hanging from the ceilings.
The menu is quite small but varied; burgers, noodles and pasta are all available...more
Restaurant sympathique à la déco un peu vintage. L'ambiance est agréable avec ses petites lampes et la lumière tamisée.
On est accueilli rapidement et installé au fond de la petite salle. Il y a une grosse vingtaine de places si je me souviens bien et on peut y manger seule ou en petit groupe.
Les recettes sont orientées thaï mais on peut y manger des burgers et hot-dog !
J'ai testé le...more
They had a flash deal, 2 courses for £7.95, it was good value. Service is good, food is ok. Ideal for pre-theatre quick bitemore
We happened to be in Covent Garden the same week I read about this new Asian fusion joint in Mr Hyde. How could we say no to a Michelin-starred ramen chef?
First impression is the very Pinterest-esque interior of this place. This place looks like it could be filed under someone's board for "Farm House Wedding", not an Asian-inspired eatery in Central London. See: chunky wooden tables, barn...more