The restaurant boasts a highly praised Pan Asian dinner menu, created and overseen by the highly revered chef Andrew Lassetter.
The stylish surrealist interior, formulated by iconic British designer Tom Dixon, transports guests into a decadent world of glamour and escapism from the moment they enter. If you’re looking for a drinks or dinner venue in Covent Garden to escape the hustle and bustle of the outside world, then Circus is ideal, and the dinner menu is sure to please all tastes.
As day turns into night, the venue springs to life and the spectacle begins as diners sip exotic punches and cocktails. West End London is synonymous with theatre and drama, so it is fitting that Circus hosts complementary cabaret style entertainment at centre-stage of the venue.
After dinner, the adventures continue with the distinction between performer and audience blurring as the music is turned up and the dancing begins. A night at Circus, with it’s stylish cocktail bar furnishing guests with drinks late into the night, means diners and drinkers alike can relax for an entire evening, with a seamless transitions from bar to dining room to dance-floor.
27-29 Endell Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2H 9BA