Cora Pearl in the Press

‘Classic, crowd-pleasing dishes with the occasional contemporary twist. Great ingredients, relaxed but professional service.’

Ed Smith, Rocket & Squash


‘An instant classic. Smart cooking in a seductive setting.’

Conde Nast Traveller


‘You should be able to order a whole bathtub of the chips.’

Michael Deacon, The Telegraph


'One of the best Sunday roasts in London can also be found here, with thinly sliced medium rare beef or tender pork belly served with crispy potatoes, broccoli, Yorkshire puddings, cauliflower cheese, carrots and lashings of gravy.'

Joel Porter, CNN Travel

'The new darling of Covent Garden’

Eater London


'The chips, my friend, are the dish of the year. Dish of the decade. Dish of the effing century.’

Giles Coren, The Times


'A few minutes’ walk from the Royal Opera House and numerous West End theaters, Cora Pearl is a lively, convivial place for dinner before a show — or better still, afterward, when the conversation and music abate and you can contemplate the hidden complexity of those French fries.' 

Edward Schneider, The New York Times


'A very good restaurant. Very, very good.’

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