Vanity Fair says: One Cora Pearl was a late-Victorian courtesan and the lover of Napoleon’s cousin; the other is Covent Garden’s most in-demand eatery. We’re fans of both…Featuring notably less nudity, Cora Pearl aims to incite similar excitement with its menu, which fuses French and English flavours. Try the classic cheese and ham toastie to start, and the cow’s curd agnolotti—creamy cheese wrapped in delicate pasta, accompanied by sweet peas and a hit of summer truffle. read more
Olive Magazine says: Cora Pearl brings modern British plates with Parisian accents to Covent Garden. The latest project from the team behind award-winning restaurant Kitty Fisher’s, in Mayfair, chef George Barson (Dinner, Viajante) has moved from the latter to head up the kitchen. read more
The Infatuation says: Like it’s big sister, Cora Pearl serves hearty food that’s been glammed-up in the best way possible. The ham and cheese toastie, for instance, doesn’t bear any Breville scars. Instead you’ve got three immaculately manicured fingers that are ready for a night on the town. The town being your mouth, where they won’t last very long. The menu here reads like the warm up to a nap on the sofa. read more
Culture Whisper says: Cora Pearl, the second restaurant from the team behind Kitty Fisher's, takes its name from the infamous 19th-century French courtesan, drawing inspiration from her status as the ‘party queen of Paris’ and involvement in the London culinary scene. No one was more simultaneously glamorous and rebellious than Cora Pearl, and this new Covent Garden restaurant has been 'designed to encapsulate her slightly decadent era'. read more





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