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Where to eat on Heddon Street

Our foodie quarter has got something to tempt all tastebuds

Looking for London's top restaurants and bars? Whether it’s great atmosphere, the latest covetable bar or restaurant, a family-friendly essential or al fresco dining with friends that you're after, Regent Street's hidden gem Heddon Street has everything to satisfy shoppers and diners alike.

Explore our round-up of the best food and drink on Heddon Street from morning until night.

Heddon Street Kitchen

This all-ages favourite serves up gourmet European dishes with flair, all from the repertoire of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. During breakfast, brunch, lunch, pre-theatre and leisurely dinners, enjoy culinary delights accompanied by an extensive selection of expertly mixed cocktails and shakes. Heddon Street Kitchen also has a great children’s menu if you’re looking for family-friendly options in London, plus a leafy terrace for alfresco dining on sunny days. For something a little more grown up, visit bar Hidden Heddon below.

Address: 3-9 Heddon Street

Heddon Yokocho

Heddon Yokocho is a downtown Tokyo-style ramen bar. Offering fast-casual eating within a 1970s-inspired setting, expect regional ramen from across Japan with different broth bowls to devour. Add authentic starters and sides like fluffy bao buns and crispy gyoza to complete your meal. There’s also an extensive vegan menu to choose from – don't leave without trying the vegan miso chocolate and cookie dough mochi ice cream. You won't regret it.

Address: 8 Heddon Street

The Starman, from the Barworks

Want to end the night with some tasty tipples? Bringing its first-ever bar offering to the street, independent pub group 'The Barworks' brings The Starman right under the Heddon Street W1 sign - the exact spot where David Bowie's alter ego 'Ziggy Stardust' once touched down. This newly opened bar takes a modern outlook on the classic pub grub, with cheerfully-concocted drinks. We can all be heroes here, every-single-day.

Address: 15 Heddon Street

Piccolino

With an extensive outdoor terrace and stylish interiors, the refurbished Piccolino terrace is the perfect option whether you're looking to dine inside or al fresco. Serving a sumptuous menu of classic Italian dishes, it's a great restaurant to settle down with a tipple and soak up the atmosphere.

Address: 21 Heddon Street

Sabor

Michelin-starred Spanish restaurant Sabor was founded by acclaimed chefs Nieves Barragan and José Etura. Sabor (meaning flavour in Spanish) takes you on a journey from the tapas bars of Andalucía through to the asadors of Castile and the seafood restaurants of Galicia. Get a taste of Spain with traditional ingredients and cooking methods in this bustling yet intimate Heddon Street restaurant.

Address: 35-37 Heddon Street

Sarap

It's no surprise that 'Sarap' means 'delicious' in Tagalog with Filipino favourites like salty sweet adobo and show-stopping whole roasted pig on offer. Expect the unexpected with delicate and beautifully presented dishes with punchy flavours at Sarap Filipino Bistro. Refuel after a shopping trip or enjoy a leisurely meal in central London, finishing with a cocktail.

Address: 10 Heddon Street

Ziggy Green

Bringing Australian energy to the streets of London, Ziggy Green is the ultimate place to enjoy a buzzy weekend brunch or Sunday Roast. During the week, why not pop in for a coffee and cake in between meetings, or meet up with a loved one for cocktails and tacos for dinner at the Mexican-inspired Taqueria. There's outdoor tables too for you to eat in the sunshine.

Address: 1 Heddon Street

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