The Royal Court is a lively meeting place for audiences, writers, directors and actors. The facilities occupy the nineteenth century auditorium 'pit', the original vaults under the pavement, and a completely new spacious hall built underneath Sloane Square. High vaulted ceilings with natural light pouring in through glass pavement blocks make a dramatic addition to the original theatre's cramped public spaces.
We have sourced fantastic foods from award winning suppliers; cured meats, cheeses, oils and olives from Brindisa Spanish Foods, with shops at Exmouth and Borough Markets, Neals Yard Dairies provide an endless supply of cheeses for our seasonal cheese plates.
Our comprehensive wine list has been selected from London wine merchants Bibendum and includes Organic wines, Prosecco and Champagne.
In September 2014 the bar/restaurant underwent a major refurbishment, its first since 2000, by Lyndon Goode Architects with Citizens Design Bureau. There is a new horseshoe bar at the centre of the room to the centre; nooks, booths and benches diversifying the choice of dining and drinking spaces suitable for day and evening use; and an intimate library at the rear.
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|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11am-8pm. Meals served Mon-Fri noon-3pm, 5-8pm, Sat noon– 8pm.|
|Price:||£25 and under|
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The recent refurbishment of the Royal Court Theatre Bar is to its own detriment as there is now so little space to stand or sit. It's a good place for a quick pre-theatre drink, however it is no longer a bar in its own right anymore, given how hectic it has become.