LondOntheInside were invited along to Tuttons in Covent Garden. We’d never heard of it before, but we’re always up for trying new things so off we went.

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restaurant is located slap, bang in the middle of Covent Garden with views over the Piazza. We visited in December when all of the Chrimbo decks were up, and it was a very nice sight – Romance was well and truly in the air.

Inside the restaurant was heaving, there wasn’t one free table. So with high hopes we ordered the Pan Fried Seabass and the Fillet Steak. We have to be honest the food wasn’t the best.

The Pan Fried Seabass with roasted winter vegetables in a warm herb vinaigrette was the worst dish. Coated in so much oil, we actually couldn’t taste anything else but grease. The steak was nice tasting albeit a little on the small size for £26.

For desert we opted for the Warm Chocolate Brownie and the Passion Fruit Pavlova. Both were a bit of a let down as neither were homemade and both were very sweet. To sum it up we’d give Tuttons a big thumbs up for atmosphere and location but to be brutally honest we’ve eaten better food at cheaper prices elsewhere. Perhaps grab a coffee or wine instead?

Tuttons, 11/12 Russell Street, Covent Garden, WC2B