Pipsdish on Covent Garden is a 18 seat eatery that dishes out seasonal home cooking.


The menu is simple. For lunch its only 3 savoury dishes and 1 dessert priced between £5.5 to £9. While for dinner you basically sit they will deliver at surprise 3 course meal with nibbles for £32.5.

The place is run by Philip Dundas. That emphasis on fresh seasonal ingredients.

Lunch they do “tapas” size dishes. Which I ordered 2 and realised it was much bigger than tapas size.

First I got the smoke hamhock terrine (£6.5). This is pretty good. Smokey slightly salty ham cuts through by the sweet onion chutney and tangy salad leaves combines well.

Follow by goose curry with kale and chickpeas (£8). This was like a aromatic soup curry. Not thick as curry but you can still sense the presence of the spices. Its very homey, crunchy chickpeas with wilted kale topped with savoury goose meat, went down well. Somehow a very comforting dish that perfect for the weather.

Pipsdish does what it say. Simple and homey. In a small eatery where you can enjoy good food away from the tourist packed Covent Garden.

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