Sarastro, Covent Garden

Sarastro
Our new favourite place to be in London! - They dare to be different! - A dramatic dining experience.
At Sarastro you'll find everyday folk rubbing shoulders with celebrities, entertainers and sports personalities in a relaxed, informal and easy going manner. Far more than being an elitist 'in-crowd' venue, Sarastro attracts people from all walks of life because it is a place they can all have fun together.

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Enter a world of drama, passion and excitement where exuberant colour, glittering display and joyous music meet exotic cuisine to create a truly unforgettable dining experience. Undoubtedly the place to see and be seen in Drury Lane, Sarastro offers a unique and opulent carnival of the senses that gladdens the heart, delights the eye and captivates the soul. Remember, the only thing you can expect is the unexpected

On first approaching Sarastro, the eye is enchanted by the voluptuous floral displays which adorn the exterior of this Grade II listed Victorian building. Closer to, the intriguing ‘old curiosity shop’ interior can be glimpsed through the semi-circular paned glass windows; drawing visitors into the heart of the restaurant to exclaim with joy at the unexpected vision that unfolds before them.

As imaginative and remarkable as a scene from The Arabian Nights, the interior of Sarastro is ablaze with swirling colour and visual excitement. The bustling main floor is surrounded on three sides by ten distinctive opera boxes based on English, Gothic, Rococo, Ottoman and Byzantine styles, whilst the exclusive and prominent ‘Royal Box’ commands the centre position at the far end.

As the first restaurant in London to feature balconies, and with banisters taken from the Royal Opera House, Sarastro offers a diverse range of seating accommodation; much of which is partially enclosed to offer partial privacy for diners of a more discreet nature. Please note however that the erotic artwork which is such a memorable feature of the rest rooms is artistic yet could hardly be called discreet!

At Sarastro the emphasis is more about having fun than the stuffy gourmet pretentiousness of ‘fine dining’. The menu is Turkish oriented and the food is broadly Mediterranean in style. A two-course meal with wine can cost as little as £20, with £25-30 being the average. Menus are regularly posted on the website along with details of special events and themed evenings.

The themed evenings are worth travelling to London to enjoy and the live regular entertainment advertised on their website often feels like theatre after the theatre.

You wont be disappointed with this venue – that is unless you have forgotten to book. Its popular as it’s so blooming good here! Book and enjoy x

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