Kingly Court London Food

Explore unusual tastes and flavours at Kingly Court

Kingly Court London Food

Tucked away in a little court between Regent Street and Carnaby Street is one of the best dining locations in central London.  Kingly Court provides a perfect place to experiment with flavors, dine in style or relax with a drink.

So just what is special about Kingly Court?  It’s a very pretty dining location and has a massive choice of venues.  This is where you can eat anything from Peruvian to Korean, classic British to Middle Eastern food. While being a resident at Hotel Edward Paddington London, you can enjoy delicious cuisines at various places famous in the city.

You can sit outside in the pretty courtyard, and almost forget you are in the center of one of the busiest cities in the world! Alternatively, head inside and find some of the best restaurants, cafes, and bars around. So why not head along to Kingly Court and do some experimenting yourself!  

Burgers are always popular and Stax Diner offers something just that bit different with its Caramel Blue Cheese and Buttermilk Chicken variations.  Other American style food like chicken with waffles and fish tacos can be found at Dirty Bones.

There are Greek meze and grilled octopus at Life Goddess, and Jerusalem brunches at The Good Egg. Or you can try the latest Korean street food at Jinjuu Soho and asparagus tataki at the Oka Restaurant.  Le Bab is a good place to try middle eastern cuisine with its offerings of shawarma and cauliflower pastilla cooked over charcoal and wood. Nduja Pizza can be found at Pizza Pilgrims along with ricotta and Nutella stuffed pizza!

Shampers Wine Bar and restaurant is a great place to experience traditional British food either a la carte or as finger food, or you can opt for some fish at Wright Brothers where décor is minimal but the menu stunning with skate wing in spicy chili jam or crab in a bisque sauce.

Senor Ceviche offers the opportunity to try something very different. This is Peruvian food, straight from urban Lima with dishes like Chiffa Chicharrones, Pachamanca Ribs, and Ceviche.  

How about some Caribbean food?  Rum Kitchen has great jerk chicken burgers and spicy Jamaican food to try.  Apart from that, you can also search for some best hotels near Paddington Station that would be quite near to some restaurants where you can have tasty London food.

Fancy a drink? Disrepute is a glamorous retro cocktail bar, while Cahoots has a very unusual atmosphere.  Decked out like 1940’s underground station, it serves rationed snacks, cocktail cuppas, and sausage rolls.  

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