Source: Great Queen Street
By Laura Nickoll
Great Queen Street is our go-to spot around Covent Garden, serving season-led, gutsy, seductive food that majors on British ingredients with a Gallic twist. It’s informal yet elegant atmosphere proffers a warm welcome over airs and graces.
What to eat? Pig’s head terrine and piccalilli, Moroccan ratatouille, confit duck leg and Welsh rock oysters. The Sunday lunch is a stonker: pre-order by Tuesday on the week of your book for a ‘family-style’ roast dinner for the whole table to share.
Pipsqueak tip The kitchen will do its utmost to cater to younger diners, adapting dishes where possible if they are less inclined to share from the day’s menu.