14 streets in the heart of London's West End with over 100 shops and 60 restaurants, bars and cafés.
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Kingly Court

Carnaby’s iconic Kingly Court is a three-storey alfresco food and dining destination in the heart of London’s West End.

The unique food hub brings 21 of the best international concept restaurants, cafés, bars and food operators situated in a vibrant courtyard, which is open air throughout the summer months and covered in the winter.

The latest food and dining concepts to open their doors are supper club superstar's first ever restaurant, Darjeeling Express offering Calcutta inspired food, and 60s inspired underground luxury cocktail bar Disrepute. On the ground floor, the first ever standalone cafe from Acai Berry serves delicious acai bowls and smoothies. 

Head to the top floor for London foodie favourites including gourmet kebab restaurant Le Bab and a top NYC comfort food restaurant Dirty Bones. You can also enjoy pan-Asian delights at Oka, cupcake bakery Crumbs & Doilies, Pizza Pilgrims Pizzeria and Frigittoria, Greek restaurant and deli The Life Goddess, Peruvian concept Señor Ceviche, American diner Stax Diner, The Detox Kitchen’s first standalone whole food deli and tonkotsu ramen restaurant Shoryu Carnaby. Yoga studio triyoga is also neighboured to So Pure Café for healthy post-workout dishes.

The ground floor continues to see a diverse mix of restaurants including oyster house Wright Brothers Soho and independent Whyte & Brown, who specialise in chicken and craft beer. Relax with the finest wine and classic British dishes at Shampers.

For an evening drink, head to uber-cool bar Two Floors, Caribbean restaurant and cocktail bar The Rum Kitchen Carnaby or 1940s London themed late night bar Cahoots.

All of Kingly Court’s restaurants have been carefully chosen to offer a unique dining experience that can’t be found anywhere else in London. As well as free wifi, the central seating area allows year-round al-fresco dining, just two minutes from Oxford Circus and Piccadilly tube stations. Kingly Court is also the first place in London to house a public water station as part of the Mayor of London's campaign to rid the capital of polluting single-use plastic water bottles. So get yourself down with your re-usable bottle to try out Carnaby's water station, located on the ground floor in between Pizza Pilgrims and Shoryu.  

Click here to view the full list of restaurants, bars and cafés in Kingly Court.

OPENING TIMES Shops: Monday – Saturday 10am – 7pm | Sunday 12noon – 6pm Restaurants: 8am – midnight
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