Situated in the Heart of The Old Covent Garden Market hall, The Crusting Pipe is a traditional Victorian style Wine Bar and Restaurant, with candle lit tables and a large outside seating area. The Crusting Pipe has a wide range of high quality, good value Davy's House Wines from all over the globe. Crusting Pipe also offer additional fine wines from the cellar. Live performances of classical music and opera take place in the courtyard throughout the year.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
The Crusting Pipe
27 The Market
Covent GardenLondonWC2E 8RD
- +44 (0)20 7836 1415
Top 5 reviews of The Crusting Pipe
Awesome little place with a theatrical production outside. Good selection of drinks and beers and the food was ok not great. The location and ambiance more than compensates. Worth a trip. more
I had such a lovely experience at the Crusting Pipe. It's located in one of my favourite places in central London. There's something about Covent Garden (tourists aside) that takes me back in time. It's the mixture of the echoes and scents from all the food vendors situated outside.
I had afternoon tea here for my birthday. We were seated inside, which was rather quiet but we sat right in... more
What a cozy wine bar at Covent Garden! Very rustic and down to earth with a nice selection of wines and sherry's. The smooth and silky vegetable soup with crusty bread was just right after a long day exploring the London streets in the cold. The service was attentive and friendly. Loved stopping in. more
This is a solid 4 per our experience. We were searching for a quaint restaurant to have a light Sunday supper & stumbled on the Crusting Pipe in one of the lower courts at Covent Garden. We had a small salad & the charcuterie & cheese board, which was the type of light meal we were seeking. Wine selection was nice, and this was overall a very pleasant & satisfying experience. Also, we were... more
Even though it is in the touristy Covent Garden, the Crusting Pipe served an enjoyable lunch. We had sandwiches and a bottle of wine while opera was being sung in the downstairs courtyard. It had a wonderful ambiance and recharged us for the rest of the afternoon sightseeing. more