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J. Sheekey. It does not offer a theatre menu, although the à la carte menu has an impressive choice of seafood and the warm, clubby atmosphere will make for a wonderful night out.

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Quo Vadis Soho institution £18.50 2 courses or £21.50 3 courses http://www.quovadissoho.co.uk/wp-content/files_mf/TodaysMenu.pdf

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Brasserie Zedel, Soho. Offers traditional French food at remarkable value. With several set menus available it is a great place to start or end your soiree at the theatre. Starting from two courses at £9.75

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Brasserie Max On Covent Garden’s prettiest street, Monmouth Street, Brasserie Max at the Covent Garden Hotel is a good theatreland choice. The set menu changes monthly, with the current menu offering a variety of autumnal dishes. – two courses £23.50, three courses £25.00

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Christopher's 2 courses £18, 3 courses £24 Most celebrated American restaurant. Located in Grade II listed building in Covent Garden.

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Bocca di Lupo, near Piccadilly Station. Bocca di Lupo showcases the best of Italy with a menu highlighting the area from which each dish originates. The pre theatre menu changes daily offering ‘one-dish’ meals – a small number of dishes all sharing the same main ingredient.

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