Once London’s first licensed casino, now an art deco-inspired Grade II listed building, Christopher’s is a glamourous American restaurant in Covent Garden.
The menu offers a full tour of the USA with Maryland crab cakes, Philadelphia steak sandwiches and New York cheesecakes, plus an extensive offering of delectable USDA Prime steak. At the Martini bar, sip on anything from a classic to a contemporary cocktail, including the signature Karamel Apple Pie-Tini.
|Prezzo standard del pasto||From £41.00 a clienti|
£41 and over
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Dettagli della location & mappa
18 Wellington StreetLondonWC2E 7DD
- +44 (0)20 7240 4222
Recensioni di Yelp
Les 51 meilleurs avis de Christopher's
I have eaten here twice now and I have loved it both times.
The service is great, as is the food.
I think there are certain items that are more value for money, as, items like the steak just come on their own and you have to order sides as an extra.
I had salmon fishcakes on my first time dining here and they were delicious, great portion with a creamy foam and spinach. Also accompanied by... Continua
Popped in here for a quick drink during walk around town. Selections for cocktails was quite good especially for aged rum. Martini was excellent and service was attentive. Continua
Sunday brunch here is fantastic. The pancakes, the avacado toast all delicious. Great location in Covent Garden. Reservations necessary.
You won't be disappointed. Highly recommend. Continua
We stopped in for lunch early on Saturday afternoon and had a lovely brunch of buckwheat pancakes and eggs benedict florentine. We sat in the bar as the restaurant was very busy and the service was very good. The food came really quickly and was good, just small portions for the price. Overall it was good but nothing special. Once again London prices just blow my socks off, but this seemed... Continua
We went here for a brunch. The menu has typical brunch dishes (eggs, pancakes, toasts) and we had the avocado and tomato toast (good but nothing remarkable) and the chocolate french toast (good as well but too heavy!!). Overall it was okay but nothing that really impressed us. Continua