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4 out of 5 stars
(6user reviews)

Covent Garden branch of the Notting Hill original - a wine bar serving food on sticks.



Venue name: Pix
Address: 63 Neal St
Transport: Tube: Covent Garden tube
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One fine Sunday afternoon I came here with a friend for an early pre-theatre dinner. There was a variety of yummy looking food on sticks on display at the bar. We picked the food we fancied, put it on our plates and sat at our window table. The window table was the best spot in the house to people watch while chatting and munching away.

As we were eating, the staffs took turn to come around and offered freshly cooked hot food that just came out of their kitchen. Everything they brought us looked tasty; we did pick a few but had to limit ourselves so that we could have rooms for dessert. We ordered a jug of red wine Sangria to wash down our food with. It was the tastiest Sangria I have ever had. At the end of the meal, we asked for the bill. To my surprise, it was reasonable given how much food we had. I would happily return to this place if I am in the area.


A amazing array of tasty food. This is a different way to have tapas, the small tapas is all arranged on the bar there are two prices - one for small sticks and one for big sticks. As soon as a plate of tapas is finish a new one seems to arrive, so there is always a new and fresh collection of food to pix from. There is a good variety of food, this place is perfect for a nice quick dinner before the theatre or a relaxing evening's dinner. Once you have eaten all the tapas you want you simply take the sticks to the bar and they work out what you owe.


This is a really great place to go if you literally only have 10 minutes to grab lunch! There's no waiting around, you just grab the little dishes you fancy, take em to your table and devour. You need to be careful though as the bill can rack up in no time at all (especially if you're hungry and/or greedy!) as the food is incredibly simple yet delicious. A few must pick items include the churros with chocolate sauce and the small espresso cup chocolate mousse, and the goats cheese topped toasted bread or the deep fried olives. This is also a good date venue because it's casual but has a fun vibe with a good wine selection.

Staff Writer

This is a great place for a high-quality, speedy lunch at reasonable prices. In fact it is hard not to think they are under-pricing, as they are in prime locations with stylish decor and well-executed, constantly refreshed tapas, both hot and cold. But the model clearly works, as there are about 5 of these in London and they are aways buzzing. The service is minimal (as it's self-serve) but efficient and friendly, and there is no sense of being pushed to consume more: tap water, 3 sticks for £5 at lunchtime, you can't go wrong. 

A nicely presented array of delicious tapas make this destination a must for a good quality quick lunch.  You don't have to rely on quick witted waiting staff cramming you in for your hour of escape, you select what you like from the hot and cool plates in front of you - the usual suspects are there:  chorizo, but with egg, a lovely pate, fantastic tortilla slices and gorgeous little puddings that you can polish off with ease.

moderatorStaff WriterTastemaker

I hadn't noticed this place (even though it's around the corner) until a friend invited me. Naturally, I was pleasantly surprised. Good service and a great selection of pre-plated tapas.

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