Restaurants and Bars
You can add restaurant reservations to your shopping basket up to 72 hours before performances for which you have tickets. You can book through your Account page. Find our more in our News & Features section.
Easter Opening Times
16 April – 21 April – 5.30pm
22 April – 11.00am (matinee) / 5.30pm (evening)
23 April – 25 April – 5.30pm
26 April – 11.00am (matinee) / 5.30pm (evening)
27 April – 29 April – 5.30pm
30 April – 11.30am
Convenient and informal, the supper trays are an exciting new way for guests to grab a bite in the bustling atmosphere of the Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar.
Launching in Autumn, Tea at the Royal Opera House is an exciting new opportunity to enjoy an elegant and sophisticated treat in the magnificent setting of the Paul Hamlyn Hall.
Based in the spectacular, glass-vaulted Paul Hamlyn Hall, the Balconies Restaurant offers spectacular views, superb, friendly service and a luxurious, modern European menu.
Ideal for something a little less formal, the Amphitheatre Bar offers sandwiches, salads, cakes, desserts, and a full drinks list. It is also perfectly located for ticket-holders at Amphitheatre level.
Enjoy a glass of chilled, crisp Ruinart Champagne and a plate of smoked salmon before curtain up or during the interval at the elegant Paul Hamlyn Hall Champagne Bar.
Enjoy a menu full of fresh, locally sourced produce in the Crush Room, where chandeliers, oil paintings and opulent reds and golds hark back to the 19th-century origins of the Royal Opera House.
A smart and elegant venue, the Amphitheatre Restaurant features a menu full of rich, seasonal flavours that changes regularly, while the Terrace provides elegant views over Covent Garden Piazza.
Royal Opera House Restaurants create menus to complement each production on stage. View the menu options and prices.