Circus is an innovative combination of Pan Asian restaurant and West End cocktail bar with a sprinkling of glamorous cabaret to entertain guests while they dine. Located in vibrant Covent Garden, the heart of theatre-land, the restaurant boasts an elegant dinner menu, created by the highly revered chef Andrew Lassetter. The stylish surrealist interior, created by iconic British designer Tom Dixon, transports guests into a decadent world of glamour and escapism from the moment they enter, with the highlight; a striking quartz 'stage' table seating up to 30 guests dominating the room (perfect for large groups and celebrations). As day turns into night, the restaurant comes to life and the spectacle begins as diners sip exotic punches and cocktails whilst beautifully skilled performers twirl magically in suspended hoops and wow the crowd.
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27 - 29 Endell StreetCovent GardenLondonWC2H 9BA
Hold on to your chopsticks! Because you are bound to drop them at the sight of Christian Grey-esque man spinning on a hoop and uber bendy ladies providing the entertainment whilst you eat... *thoughts back to Christan Grey-esque man*
Came as a group for a 'farewell! Why-on-earth-are-you-moving-to-Canada!?' gather and we had a wonderful pan-Asian set menu to share. Great atmosphere, strange...more
The atmosphere is great, showmanship top notch - the food is great too. However the experience is overpriced to say the least, even considering the price I would pay for the show. Overall they did well catering for a big group, and the service was quite good - although difficult to grab at times.
I liked that the shows were between courses rather than throughout your meal, so you can still...more
I came here for dinner on a Thursday night (bank holiday Friday). We booked our table for 7 and when we arrived were informed by the hostess that at 9:30 our table had a second seating. This was fine for us because we were planning to head off, but may be worth checking this at time of booking, if you plan to be in there a while.
The concept is a winner. You have dinner whilst watching...more
The entertainment factor was great although the upper right speaker when facing the performance area is a little too hot(loud as hell!)
However, we were unlucky enough to have London's worst chain smoking server, Marine. This was meant to be a romantic and fun date night, but her lack of attentiveness and inability to properly place our order, let alone check on us as the courses came, made...more
This place....is interesting. Definitely don't go here for the food. And the entertainment is ok if you plan to have LOTS of drinks!
Food is super generic pan-asian food.
Entertainment is very cheesy. There is one act that is ok, but others are just a little bizarre :)more