On My Plate: Dial Restaurant and Bar by MFD food editor, Tamara Samman
Dial Restaurant and Bar is a European-style cuisine situated in an urban and central location in Covent Garden. The bar area is relaxed, lively and bustling; whereas the restaurant area is dedicated to a more private and secluded vibe.
Perfect for: A romantic date or a night out for some drinks by the bar with a friend or two.
Interior: Dark wood, chic purple velvet chairs and flower-printed sofas that complement the charming ambience. The dim-lighting enhances the cosy atmosphere in the restaurant overlooking the streets, shops and people!
Myfashdiary’s Orders: Antioxidant juice with berries, lime and mint; Roast Pumpkin and Lamb’s Lettuce Salad with Caerphilly Cheese and Toasted Pumpkin Seeds; Sautéed Gnocchi with Broccoli Florettes, Baby Spinach with Lemon Herb Butter; Apple Tart with Toffee Sauce.
Service: Hospitable and approachable staff that were really informative with the dishes present on the menu.
Price: Its prime location levels up to its affordable prices.
Fun Facts: Dial Restaurant & Bar serves breakfast daily (buffet and A La Carte), as well as Afternoon Tea!
Radisson Edwardian Mercer Street Hotel
20 Mercer Street, Covent Garden
WC2H 9HD, London, UK
Telephone: 020 7845 8607
Bar: All day until 2am
Monday – Saturday: 7am – 10am
Sunday: 8am – 11am
Lunch: 12pm – 2:30pm
Afternoon Tea: 3pm – 5pm
Dinner: 5:30pm – 10:30pm