The cabaret cocktail bar and restaurant based in Covent Garden is set to welcome back guests from the 20th May.

(c) Jason Spoor

Known for its pop-up circus acts that thrill and entertain diners, Circus London will be welcoming back diners from next month in line with the current government advice.

Between courses of pan-Asian food and signature Circus cocktails, guests will be entertained by a wide variety of acts including breathtaking aerial acts, awe-inducing firebreathers and mind-bending contortionists.

Meanwhile, Circus’ highly popular pan-Asian tasting menu has been created by by Executive Chef Andrew Lassetter, and is regularly updated to feature new dishes. Diners can expect to sample dishes such as lime and cranberry miso salmon with ginger as well as ichimi pepper and smoked salt squid. The venue’s vegan menu includes agedashi tofu with konbu dashi, ginger, spring onion and daikon served along with soy glazed tempeh with roasted peppers, red onion crispy chilli and sesame.

The venue has also confirmed the return of its Brunch Away with the Circus series which will be held every Saturday from the 22nd May, with options for bottomless prosecco all the while sampling the menu and enjoying circus entertainment.

Circus London is currently accepting bookings for Thursday, Friday and Saturday dinners as well as the weekly brunches. Bookings of up to six people from different households, or any number from just two
households, can be made. Guest and staff safety is the number one priority and Circus has introduced Covid-safe measures including temperature checks on arrival, HEPA filters, hand sanitising facilities, pay-by-card where possible, increased cleaning of bathrooms and public areas, socially distanced tables and staff will wear masks.

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