Go on a journey through space and taste with this amazing experience. Join some of the best chefs in London as they prepare 10 courses of gastronomy, all accompanied by projections, sounds and smells for something completely unique.
Immersive Dining in London
Be done with bog-standard scoffing and try something totally outlandish instead. With no shortage of unique dining experiences in London, you could be chowing down amongst Medieval masters, ploughing through plates at the circus or indulging in a three course meal in the Wild West; this city knows no bounds when it comes to bringing you something totally unique to the table. Check out our recommendations for the very best immersive dining experiences and restaurants in London.
A unique new production for London's immersive theatre scene, The Invitation is taking over Bethnal Green's Town Hall Hotel for a unique series of performances. Get your ticket to this masked ball, where, when tragedy strikes, it's you chance to become a part of the action.
Head over to this unique War of The Worlds experience where alongside some of the most cutting edge interactive sets in the game, they're fronting a funky steampunk-inspired bar that will be serving you up all manner of delicious grub, from pizzas and pies to delicious bar snacks.
The ultimate immersive dining experience, a journey aboard The Murdér Express promises a night of rip-roaring entertainment, 1930s style. As you tuck into a delicious four-course menu (crafted by MasterChef champion Jane Devonshire), a horrific crime is uncovered, and suddenly no one is safe. Help the detective solve the crime and you may just make it home safe... if you're lucky.
Hark back to those razzle dazzle 'em days as Candlelight Club promise one of the most unique, 1920s themed dining experiences in London. Heralded for their restaurant themed, flapper get-up and retro charm, this vintage dining affair is one not to be missed out on.
Taking on the Hackney hordes, this unique cocktail experience uses the most cutting edge molecular techniques to help you cook up a stunning selection of drinks. On top of that ABQ offers a fully-immersive experience for you to throw yourself into complete with wearable hazmats and iconic RV.
While we're sure that not that many people believe a Medieval world was a fun world, London knows that a Medieval world sure does make for a fun dining experience. Found in a vaulted London venue, Medieval Banquet promises historic authenticity alongside jugglers, plates and kings aplenty.
Ever been to the circus, let alone dined in one? We thought as much. Coming at you with one of the most unique ways to eat in London, Aeronaut lay down the claim as one of the best circus themed restaurants in the city as you head to their spiegeltent for bites and buzzing entertainment.
If you're looking for a brunch with a difference, head to The Greatest Brunch which promises an epic experience complete with a host of physically unusual humans of several different peculiarities. Taking inspiration form the epic movie, entertainment comes from West End singers, dancers and cabaret acts.
Chelsea Funhouse restaurant Journey, is taking its diners on a culinary experience its four-course tasting menu. Inspired by famous journeys from around the world (think The Silk Road or Eastern Block), you'll be treated to an abundance of tantalising flavours from each corner of the earth. And for afters? You can head upstairs to the sultry espresso martini bar for some late-night sips.
Jumping through time and space, Le Petit Chef is a completely unique London supper club taking place at TT Liquor. Join your host, a tiny animated chef, who will lead you through each of the eight courses and cocktails, bringing them to life in the process.
Glitz, glamour and nipple tassles. When it comes to immersive London dining and cabaret combined, Proud know no bounds when it comes to both. Offering not only three course dining for guests, head to this luxurious restaurant for an abundance of burlesque babes and cabaret acts.
Indulge in an evening of exotic intrigue at a truly unique event at Shoreditch Townhouse. You'll be transported to a 1970's Tokyo hotel surrounded by a mixture of real guests and actors to create an immersive, mysterious experience.