England, London Guide (B): Travel Gourmet's Top 5 Pre-Theatre Menus in London

Travel Gourmet's Top 5 Pre-Theatre Menus in London
One of the best things about living in London is the fantastic choice of theatre, from thought-provoking drama, to uplifting musicals and cutting-edge new works by up-and-coming writers. Live theatre is one of my greatest pleasures; little excites me more than watching a great play, and in London that often means performed by some of our finest actors. I go to the theatre often and usually I meet the friend I’m joining for a meal beforehand. I always prefer to eat early rather than late; even in my younger days I was never keen to eat late, but many pre-theatre menus are also available as post-theatre menus too.

Although I’ve given this post the title ‘pre-theatre menus’, I’m often on the lookout for a good place to eat pre-gallery talk, or pre-cinema. Another passion of mine is art and I go to quite a few talks and lectures at London art galleries. I’ve therefore included my favourite place near Tate Modern. And, it has to be confessed, I often take advantage of good pre-theatre offers just to meet up with a friend early evening and eat a reasonably priced meal.

What I’m looking for in a pre-theatre menu is good food at a good price. If it really is pre-theatre or pre-event, then the likelihood is that you’re going to want to eat in about an hour; not in a rush but no lingering over the meal. And if you’re not going to linger over the meal, then you don’t generally want to pay a lot. I always like to eat well though, so a miserable sandwich in a ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Travel Gourmet's Top 5 Pre-Theatre Menus in London
Guide Location: England » London
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Joe Allen   Brasserie Zedel   Mele e Pere   Capricci   Cote Brasserie   The Royal Opera House   Piccadilly Circus   The Haymarket   National Portrait Gallery   Curzon Soho Cinema   British Film Institute   The Globe Theatre   Tate Modern Restaurant  
Author: Kay Gale
Read it on author's website: https://travel-gourmet.com/2018/04/26/travel-gourmets-top-5-pre-theatre-menus/

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