Found along Covent Garden's narrow New Row, The White Swan boasts a historic bar on the ground floor, and an upstairs dining room serving hearty dishes. Along with all the British pub favourites, the White Swan is a specialist in fish dishes, so go for the tempura battered soft shell crab or the seafood thermidor for something a little different to the typical pub grub.
|Average main course||£12.00 (USD 16.79) per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.00 (USD 34.98) per diner|
Venue Details & Map
The White Swan
14 New RowLondonWC2N 4LF
- +44 (0)20 3077 1129
- Public transport:
- Leicester Square, Underground
Top 5 reviews of The White Swan
Great place if you're looking for a quick bite. I split the large fish in chips with a friend and it was great. Would definitely come here again if I'm at Covent garden! more
Ate here last night - my significant other and I both ordered pies - her's was chicken & chorizo and mine was beef and mushroom. They were both excellent and I would actually recommend coming back here again.
My only complaint is that the service is a bit slow - it took a while to be waited upon. But again, the food was excellent so that overcame the other issue.
I also do wish they had a... more
Solid pub fare. Service was excellent. Menu items were limited on this day as they were out of most fish plates including fish and chips.
The mixed grill plate was a little bland
Bangers and mash were simple but very good. The gravy was very nice and a good flavor to the dish.
Burger was ok but nothing special. more
For classic fish n chips, a variety of meat pies this place is a must visit. It's in the heart of the inner London and right beside covent gardens more
This review is for the upstairs dining room, not the pub.
Having been to Dishoom, and found a queue of an hour and a half, we started exploring other options in Covent Garden. If we couldn't have the best Indian food, we wanted traditional British. We were recommended The White Swan, and we weren't disappointed.
Covent Garden was a madhouse at 8:00, with teeming crowds milling around every... more