Situated in the heart of Seven Dials, Monmouth Kitchen (on Mercer Street but accessed via Monmouth Street) embraces the art of shared dining, serving up small plates of Mediterranean and Peruvian cuisine. The setting is sleek and stylish yet London’s Monmouth Kitchen boasts a laid-back ambience, making it the ideal choice for a number of occasions, whether it's a casual lunch, a romantic date or a sophisticated evening meal. The menu showcases culinary delights from the Mediterranean and South America, with a selection of small tapas-style dishes, perfect for sharing with friends and best paired with a bottle of fine wine or one of Monmouth Kitchen’s signature cocktails. Take your taste buds on an adventure at this Covent Garden hotspot – just remember to book in advance to avoid missing out.
Good but not amazing yet. Tacos are ridiculously small, like bit size. Which was a shock. Like we have all had small tacos but this was something else. Service was really good though which is hard to find in London so good job Monmouth. Probably will go back but for a drink and a very light snack. But if you are looking for a place for dinner maybe just go here for just a drink first off.
Made the most of the four small plates and prosseco offer. The food was very good with the Peruvian dishes quite spicy as promised, the ice cream was incredible. Very attentive service and the DJ gave a funky relaxed lounge feel.
This rates with some of the best meals I have had,with great flavours. The dishes are small but this allows you to sample more and I was not disappointed by any.
The address is confusing, would be better if it stated it was at 7 Dials/Monmouth street. Lovely décor, good food and wine. All the staff were helpful.
Not my favorite. Quick lunch / tea before leaving the city and everything took too long.