If you’re anything like us, your FYP on TikTok is flooded with endless eats around the city. From banging brunch spots to viral food trends and gorgeous interiors, your next dining destination is right at your fingertips – the problem though? It can be hard to weed out the ones worth visiting. So we’ve done the scrolling for you and put together the best TikTok restaurants in London. Happy snapping.
8 At The Londoner is for those who fancy the finer things in life. While the venue might be known for its cool concoctions, it also has decadent plates and a killer omakase experience. Tuck into the likes of Japanese wagyu and king crab with butter while admiring the sexy, minimalist interiors. And don’t forget to check out the high-end range of sake at this hotel.
Located on Brewer Street, Park Row is a Batman-themed gem. One of the best out of the top 10 TikTok restaurants in London, this DC Comics dining den boasts décor inspired by Gotham City, from Pennyworth’s whiskey bar to retro Art Deco and picture frames that pour out cocktails. The moment you’ll want to capture on video? Entering through the incredible secret library entrance of course.
While a lot of our picks have to do with the interiors, Blues Kitchen is known for its mouthwatering American nosh and excellent deals. Highlighted on social media is the restaurant's bottomless wings deal for £12 every Sunday - yup, you read that right. In addition, the corn ribs with chipotle mayo and fried Oreos are equally picture perfect. Staying out late? The live music and cocktails make for a fun night out.
Laki Kane is a winning spot when it comes to London restaurants on TikTok. Wander through this tropical paradise and you’ll be treated to a range of experiences, from Instagram-worthy tiki brunches and sharing cocktails to rum making classes and other fun events. If that wasn’t enough, there’s plenty of entertainment in the form of fire breathers and Afrobeats.
For the most viral restaurants in London, Circolo Popolare is arguably the prettiest out of the five Big Mamma Group venues. While Carlotta, Ave Mario, Gloria and Jacuzzi are all striking inside, it’s this restaurant’s cascading ceiling flowers and quirky light fixtures that really steal the show. As for the memorable food and drink shots? The raspberry shrub mocktail comes in a boob-shaped cup while the truffle pasta is equally as indulgent as it is snap-worthy.
When street food spot Bunsik went viral on TikTok, so did Korean corn dogs. And one venue that has also garnered attention for endless cheese pulls and crispy bites? Korean Dinner Party. In addition, the Soho restaurant is highlighted because of its affordable tasting menu at £32 per person. Crack on with kimchi pancakes, tacos and much more while topping it off with a shot of soju.
Brought to you by the same brains behind The Ivy and Sexy Fish, it comes as no surprise that Bacchanalia is one of the most beautiful venues on our list. Flaunting hand-painted murals, sculptures of Medusa, and waiters dressed in togas, the restaurant is inspired by Greek and Roman mythology with delish fare to match. The tempura courgette flowers and grilled octopus sound sublime.
Trendy restaurants in London rarely come as stunning as Sketch. Decked out with cartoonish artwork, chic yellow seating and décor inspired by African culture, the Conduit Street haunt is fab for Instagrammable dinners and afternoon tea. But the show-stopper that'll fill up your camera roll? Head to the toilets for all the sci-fi vibes - we mean egg-shaped cubicles and curved mirrors under colourful lighting.
With sites in Regents Park and Oxford Circus, Drunch might be popping up on your feeds for its gorgeous Mayfair flagship. We’re singling out this specific location as it boasts beautiful floral archways and a giant teddy bear by the entrance – ideal for Instagram pictures galore. If that wasn’t enough, the hot drinks have edible gold and luxe latte art which feature the likes of designer logos and cute emojis.
Rounding off our list of TikTok-famous restaurants in London, Fallow is a Michelin-starred brunch favourite on social media. The venue aims to minimise waste and use up every little bit of produce bought – and that’s even reflected in the décor. We’re talking about shell-covered walls, people. The aesthetically pleasing plates are also equally delicious and ever-changing. The chicken fat crème caramel is just one example of how innovative these guys can be.