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A night at the circus? It’s sure to be in-tents. 

You’ll find plenty of restaurants in London and also plenty of shows. But why go to both when you can combine them in one venue? We’re talking, of course, about Covent Garden’s CIRCUS restaurant and bar: an innovative combination of delicious Asian-inspired food and glittering cabaret.

And while most venues might have a starring attraction, it’s impossible to decide on a favourite between the entertainment and the food at CIRCUS – because they’re both incredible. No matter what time of day you fancy visiting the CIRCUS you’ll find a delicious menu to keep you properly fed and watered.

Come along for their famous brunch and feast upon a pan-Asian menu with 90 minutes of unlimited Asian inspired Bellini’s or Bloody Mary’s. Over on the food menu you’ll find a buffet selection of cold starters including Spicy Tuna Maki, Tofu Pockets, Rare Beef Salad and Snow Crab California Rolls. But that’s only half of the fun. You’ll need to save some room for your hot starter (choose one from Salt & Pepper Squid, Chilli Crispy Silken Tofu, Baby Spinach Gyoza, or Chicken & Truffle Gyoza) before you tuck into your main course of Edamame & Kale Pancakes, Chilli Chicken Katsu Bao Buns or Miso Salmon. Stomach rumbling yet? Ours is too. 

Enjoy your Asian-fusion food to a backdrop of live DJs until 4pm, when the CIRCUS comes out in a whole new light. Then, sit back and watch world-famous CIRCUS performances with a glass of prosecco in hand. 

There’s an equally delicious combination on offer if you visit later in the day. Come along to CIRCUS in the evening to sip on hand-crafted circus-themed cocktails and witness the spectacle happening right in front of your eyes. Feast upon a three-course menu, courtesy of revered chef Andrew Lassetter. Starters include Edamame Beans on Ice, Prawn and Truffle gyoza or Chicken & Water Chestnut Gyoza, while the mains on offer are the mouthwatering options of Black Angus Fillet Steak or Sweet Miso Salmon. The dessert, a traditional Bento Box filled with delights like Yuzu Cheese Cake, strawberry compote & crispy passion fruit, also deserves a mention.

As the evening passes by, expect skilled performers twirling magically from suspended hoops and more dazzling spectacles. It’s a magical combination that you’ll want to relive again and again. 

Tickets for CIRCUS Restaurant and Bar can be purchased via the Fever app. Once you purchase a Fever ticket, contact the venue to book a slot at a time of your choice [contact info in your confirmation email]. Tables for Brunch start from 11.30am and last booking available at 12.30pm. Tables for Dinner start from 7pm and last booking available at 9.30pm. Nearest station: Covent Garden. 

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