The Ivy Market Grill

1a Henrietta Street

The Ivy Market Grill

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The Ivy Market Grill is a cozy restaurant in the heart of Covent Garden, next to the Jubilee Market and Covent Garden Piazza. If you want a quiet dinner, this is a very good choice. The food was delicious during our visit and the service was great. Booking a table in advance is advisable, I did this through the Opentable app, part of Bookings.com. Very handy.

The prices are slightly higher than what I am used to in my area, but still very acceptable.

Our Visit

Date of visit:
19-01-2020
Rating:
4/5

How to get there

Covent Garden, Holborn, Leicester Square
Southampton Street, Tavistock Street, Wellington Street
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