Quirky London Restaurants

If you (the weird and the wonderful) are looking for a unique dining experience, you've come to just the right place. We've got the round up of all the quirky places to eat in the city. From digital dining and belly dancers to pizza and ballpits, you're bound to find enough quirky meals to fill your calendar. 

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Last updated on 14th October 2021

Ballie Ballerson Shoreditch

3575 user reviews 4

The Shoreditch bar took the world by storm is back to sort your post-lockdown nights out. Great for when you're looking to add some shenanigans to your mid-mornings and late nights, when you're not enjoying the massive ball pits, there's pizza and bottomless fizz with Ballie Ballerson.

Darcie & May Green

65 user reviews 5

Darcie and May Green offers a delicious selection of Australian treats known to frequent the Instagrams of brunchers and dinner fiends alike. But what makes it truly unique is that they are two, two-storey barges on the Grand Union Canal, with a quirky interior to boot.

Fine dining on a double decker bus? Oh yes, it's a thing and Bustronome will not disappoint with their meticulously-created eats to be enjoyed with panoramic views of London from the glass-topped bus. If you're looking for a quirky date, this may just do the trick.

Jimmy's Snow Globes and The Refuge are two of London's quirkiest restaurants, offering a pretty setting for winter dining across the festive season. Pay a visit to the Thameside igloos or chalet-style hideaway, where you can enjoy Alpine treats and warming concoctions.