Pre-Theatre Dining at Colonel Saab Trafalgar Square

Pre-Theatre Dining at Colonel Saab Trafalgar Square

Colonel Saab's latest restaurant at 42 William IV Street, Trafalgar Square, is the perfect spot for a pre-theatre dining experience. Enjoy a 2-course meal for £35 or a 3-course meal for £39, available before 6:30pm. Indulge in exquisite Indian cuisine before heading to one of the nearby theatres.

Nearby Theatres and Walking Distances

Adelphi Theatre showing Back to the Future The Musical - 4-minute walk

Prince of Wales Theatre showing The Book of Mormon - 6-minute walk

Palace Theatre showing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - 7-minute walk

Savoy Theatre showing Mean Girls - 7-minute walk

His Majesty’s Theatre showing Phantom of the Opera - 7-minute walk

Lyceum Theatre showing The Lion King - 8-minute walk

Novello Theatre showing Mamma Mia - 8-minute walk

Theatre Royal Drury Lane showing Frozen The Musical - 8-minute walk

Sondheim Theatre showing Les Misérables - 8-minute walk

Prince Edward Theatre showing MJ The Musical - 9-minute walk

Other Theatres Nearby;

The Duke of York's Theatre - 2-minute walk

The Garrick Theatre - 2-minute walk

The London Coliseum - 4-minute walk

Wyndham’s Theatre - 4-minute walk

Charing Cross Theatre - 5-minute walk

The Harold Pinter Theatre - 6-minute walk

The National Theatre - 10-minute walk

Pre-Theatre Menu Highlights

For a perfect pre-theatre dining experience, start with Khubani Aloo Tikki Chaat, featuring crispy Aloo tikki with apricot and a trio of sauces. Choose from a range of dishes for the main course, such as Gutti Vankaya, an Andhra style curry with baby aubergines in a tangy tamarind gravy, or Prawn Moilee, with prawns in a lightly spiced coconut curry. The highlight is Colonel Saab’s Butter Chicken, with boneless chicken in a rich tomato and cashew gravy. End your meal with Rose Gulab Jamun, served with vanilla ice cream and nuts.

Colonel Saab’s Story

The unique dining concept was launched in the heart of London by Roop Partap Choudhary, who meticulously crafted the menu and art-festooned destination as a “love letter” to his family and India. Named one of the top Indian restaurants by Forbes, winning Best Restaurant in Feed the Lion awards, and welcoming regulars like Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai, who praises it as “the only place which serves the authentic flavours from home,” to pop icons.

Make your evening special with a combination of fine dining and exceptional performances at some of London's most iconic theatres.

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