LUNCH Thursday, Friday and Saturday from midday.
EVENINGS Tuesday-Saturday from 5.30pm til late.
How it works
We have no menu because everything we cook is special and made fresh from the ingredients we buy on the day. You sit down, order something to drink, and we feed you.
“The food is honest and delicious, based on robust flavours and simple good cooking. The space is done with an unpretentious charm that speaks to your urban romantic as well as your inner French peasant. I absolutely love it.” Lucas Hollweg
Fay Maschler, food critic of the London Evening Standard, describes us as “sweetly wholesome”.
We always have a range of dishes, so whatever your requirements, you won’t go hungry.
We work with farmers and fishermen we know and source produce from the best artisan producers around. Our dishes are cooked from fresh and seasonal ingredients. If you are booking a private event, ask us what is available from our suppliers.
0207 240 7232
If you are unavailable on the day of your booking, or we are unable to contact you, we expect you to call us to confirm your booking. If you do not respond to this call we cannot guarantee your booking.
Please note that PipsDish Covent Garden is a small restaurant with 4 sharing tables. The Hut hosts parties of 8.
Please be aware that we are small restaurant, so any change in numbers or last minute cancellations greatly affects the likelihood of our business being successful.
For bookings in the Hut there is a minimum booking of 7 people.
To confirm a booking for The Hut we require full payment for food in advance. Your drinks and service can be paid for on the night.
It is not possible to refund cancellations within 48 hours. Changes in numbers may mean we cannot keep your booking in the Hut.
If you have to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances, we are happy to reschedule your booking to a date within one month of the original booking, providing you give us at least 48 hours notice.
During December the cancellation period is a minimum of 1 week.
48 Hours in Rome
There used to be a time when I came back to London worrying about how long it would be before I saw a great market, or tasted simply cooked wonderful ingredients again. 48 hours in Rome is hardly long enough to be an expert, but it certainly reminds me that what we have in the UK can be every bit as good. Now that is a new civilization.more
This week we had sustainable fish stew. It’s a quick and easy way to feed a gang of hungries on a Friday night and doesn’t need much else but some good bread and wine. Like all stews, you need balance, rich liquid and a range of potent flavours steaming from your pot.more