Become immersed in the Basque tradition of pintxos, small bites held on skewers for easy eating. At Pix, grab a table, then choose whatever pintxos take your fancy from the counter. So, whether your shopping has left you ravenous, or you're looking for a light bite, Pix is the ideal choice. Make sure to leave room for another Spanish favourite, churros and chocolate sauce, for dessert.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 par personne|
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Pix - Covent Garden
63 Neal StreetLondonWC2H 9PJ
Top 5 reviews of Pix - Covent Garden
Pix is a solid choice for a little pre-or-post theatre imbibing and eating.
Skip the stuffy "prix fixe" offered elsewhere around here. Covent Garden houses a lot of wolves in sheep's clothing. It seems tempting, but often disappointing. Yes, you'll be in and out in time for the show -- but at what expense? Lost quality, I tell you. Rawr.
So, Pix. A petite little alcove on Neal Street,... more
Love the concept but the food is just meh. Came here because our other 4 options had long waits and we had a show to get to. We stumbled on this place because it had tables available. You get your own food and collect the sticks in a glass, then they add up the sticks when you pay. The fried olives, shishito peppers and meatballs were ok. But the fried cod balls tasted like faintly fishy dough... more
Great place to go, especially on Sunday for the £33 all you can eat. Love tapas and the service is also really good. The manager is very friendly and warm. Enjoy the food each time we are there. more
Walked by in the early evening one evening, there were some lovely looking platters of food and a table for me.
Just what I needed, this taste of Spain. So flavorful and so very well prepared.
Wines are excellent.
Nice staff, and helpful, too
Cute place, nice and moody for easy munching and boozing. I guess they were trying to go off the Basque version of pinchos here. But only part suggesting it was the name and the bite sized portions speared through with a wooden toothpick. Very limited selection of tapas style nibbles. The hot foods sit under a heat lamp sort of fixture and are your basics like patatas con chorizo and... more