A relaxed alternative to sister venue, The Ivy, this all-day eatery is perfect for a quick coffee, breakfast, afternoon tea or more substantial fare.
Savour the likes of toasted crumpets, buttermilk pancakes or crispy duck salad. If you’re feeling like a tipple, opt for a cocktail made from the restaurant’s very own gin or champagne.
Venue Details & Map
The Ivy Market Grill
1 Henrietta StreetLondonWC2E 8PS
- +44 (0)20 3301 0200
Top 5 reviews of The Ivy Market Grill
We had a great experience here for lunch. I was looking for somewhere to have afternoon tea at covent garden and I found this gem. They were very busy and asked if we had a reservation, which we didn't, but they were able to squeeze us in. My husband and I opted for the full afternoon tea, my mom ordered a salad and my sister ordered a hamburger with fries. All of the food was phenomenal and... more
Came here to catch up with a friend who I hadn't seen in a decade and it was the perfect spot. We were originally squeezed into a table between two other couples but asked to move to the little booths adjacent to the bar where we could have a more private conversation. We were easily moved.
Food and service was good as usual. Truffle arancini are a must have - they are seriously better than... more
I was recommended this location as a reasonably priced breakfast spot from my hotel concierge. I am always a fan of trying new places so off I went. The location was nice compared to my hotel. The exterior was a proper old English building. As I entered I was greeted and seated promptly. I liked they had a sign say no photography. Of course I did get my yelp pictures.
I was seated at a nice... more
We had a lovely Christmas Eve brunch here. Well, the food was lovely - the service was shoddy and a bit unprofessional, which was a shame.
I had eggs Benedict, and the Hollandaise was exceptional. My dining partner had the Shepherd's Pie and was very happy indeed, but I thought the portion was on the small side. That being said, the eggs Benedict was a large amount of food - and comes with... more
My family and I were in London recently for a night and met up with some family for dinner. We were looking for something British and settled on this restaurant. It had a nice old school feel to it with its wood finishings and decor. Decided on the Shepard's Pie, which was a little different from the classic but quite good. The desserts were also very tasty of which I remembered the apple tart... more