Indulge in bistro food and good wine in chic surrounds at classy all-day brasserie Balthazar in Covent Garden.
The original Balthazar was opened in New York City in 1997 by Keith McNally and is one of the city’s most popular restaurants. The stylish interiors of Balthazar London remain true to the original with its red banquettes, huge mirrors, striking columns and abundance of dark wood.
Where is Balthazar and how do I get there?
Balthazar is based in Covent Garden in the heart of Theatreland in London’s West End near the Royal Opera House. The restaurant is just a few minutes’ walk from Covent Garden Tube station on the Piccadilly line.
What’s on the menu at Balthazar London?
This all-day brasserie serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner, as well as weekend brunch. The restaurant also offers a two- and three-course fixed price menu, ideal for pre- and post-theatre diners. The menu includes a selection of classic French brasserie and bistro dishes, including moules frites (mussels and chips), duck confit, beef stroganoff and beef bourguignon.
What are Balthazar’s opening times?
Balthazar is open from 7.30am to midnight, Monday to Friday, from 9am to midnight on Saturday, and 9am to 11pm on Sunday.
How can I book a table at Balthazar?
Venue Details & Map
4-6 Russell StreetLondonWC2B 5HZ