The Shoreditch bar took the world by storm, and now Ballie Ballerson has a second site in Soho - great for when you're looking to add some shenanigans to your mid-morning. When you're not enjoying the massive ball pits, there's pizza and bottomless fizz with Ballie Ballerson.
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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We all know American dining, it's made of pretty big stuff, but have you had a doughnut burger or a freakshake before? Churning out massive plates and quirky twists, head on down to Maxwell's for some weird and wonderful dishes that will fill you right up.
If intimate arches, flamenco dancers and candlelit shrines don't sound like something out of the ordinary, then we don't know what does. Swap your usual tapas spot for this quirky one which boasts delicious food, tasty cocktails and quality DJs.
Ok, so maybe not a restaurant, but London In The Sky really does offer a unique dining experiences. Step on board and tuck into a stunning meal of your choosing, from their team of top-notch culinary talent, with unparalleled views of the city and plenty of Insta opportunities.
The Little Yellow Door in Notting Hill is sure to offer you something a little different as you explore the city. Be welcomed in by The Flatmates and experience a boozy brunch, kooky supper club or raucous house party like you've never seen before.
While you can still count on Restaurant Ours for some of the finest food in the city, you can also count on them for those quirky extras. From giant living walls and trees planted in the middle of the dining room to a rose wall, it's unique and it's elegant.
From their foliage-laden interiors, to their stunning selection of South American and Spanish dishes, this unique Kensington restaurant is doing high end with a quirky finish. Head down for pisco-laced sips and delicious Latin tapas plates.
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.
Other than takeaway, can you remember the last time you used a computer to order dinner? One of the most interesting restaurants in London, not only are there sushi dishes and Asian favourites aplenty at Inamo, their interactive tables bring a whole new element to dining.
It isn't just the food that makes The Piano Works an unusual London restaurant--but that the guests decide the soundtrack of the night. As the slogan says, it is "part party, part bar, part restaurant, part club, part concert."
And now for a kooky little trip down memory lane. The Schoolhouse - with its delicious food and cocktails mixed up straight from the science lab - offers a taste of all your favourite bits from your school days, in a welcoming Battersea location.
Charming, and boasting all Eastern pleasures, Opium isn't just one of the best dim sum restaurants in the city, it's also a hidden gem and sensory dining experience. Head on down for Chinese silks, cutesy interiors and dimly lit dining charm.
London Cabaret Club are descending on Holborn to bring you a truly unique, innovative cabaret performance. Expect a night of food, drink, music and dance all with a distinctly British twist, it's sure to make for one quirky night out.
Everything is bigger in Texas and the three B's are no different. Look no further for quirky dining in London than blues, bourbon, and BBQ. The Blue Kitchen menu is locked and loaded with briskets, short rib and anything else you want to slather BBQ sauce on.
Did you know Camden is home to the world's first vampire-themed pizzeria? Head to this quirky London restaurant and you can feast on tasty charcoal-base pizzas with quirky toppings and a nostalgic 80s themed backdrop.
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.
Slap bang in the heart of Shoreditch, this cool and quirky restaurant on Great Eastern Street is the ultimate destination for delicious, seasonal British small plates, stunning cocktails and hefty helping of live music and entertainment.
Doused in botany and scaring of hayfever patrons London wide, Bourne and Hollingsworth Buildings is a unique London restaurant with bags of characters. From the floral prints down to the British dishes, this is the perfect alternative from breakfast to dinner.
One of the proudest restaurants in London, this is a quirky location with some of the most interesting interiors in the city. Boasting African charm with the furniture to match, expect giant statues set alongside plates with zebra and plenty more.
A new kind of dining experience, Jolie at Chelsea Funhouse offers diners the chance to experience the glamour of the French salon - feasting on delicious crepes and other brunch dishes, alongside bottomless fizz or spritzes.
Looking for dinner with a difference? Booze with a bit of bite? Boasting some of the most unique shows in the business, not only are there three course meals at Proud Cabaret, there's burlesque, tassles and sultry performances aplenty.
The vintage decor and opium den environment sets the scene for the dim sum, specialty teas and unusual cocktail menu. The Courtesan in Brixton is a hidden gem for guests looking for out-of-this world dim sum with a range of delicious ingredients.
Get lost in Upper House within its four different rooms and quirky decor. The menu has sharing platters and various British meats for guests to enjoy with their classic cocktails before heading to The Parlour, for dancing and drinking with a DJ every weekend.
While you'd be barmy to miss some of the classic a la carte plates that Jazz Cafe are serving up, you'd also be barmy to miss one of their ring-side dining tables, bringing you some of the very best in live jazz music from the stage below.
When it comes to one of the most unique meals in London, don't you dare give Craft London a miss. Almost spaceship themed and churning out some of the most artistic plates in the business, this a location for some of the most interesting meals in the city.
Looking for somewhere with more of an exclusive vibe to it? Caboose offers a private log cabin that can only be occupied by one group at a time. Here you'll enjoy your own speaker system and cool hideaway, heightened by a menu of mouthwatering smoked BBQ eats.
When it comes to a unique meal in London, there's nowhere quite like Circus. Not only can you enjoy slap-up a la carte dining, your dinner experience is set to be intertwined with some of the best circus performers and acts in the business.
Nothing says unusual like a meal, drinks, and belly dancing entertainment, and that's what you get at Kenza Restaurant and Lounge. The middle eastern delicacies are piled high on the menu in both food and drink options that will leave you in the highest of spirits.
From corn-fed chicken breast served with pearl barley and glazed heritage carrots to pan-seared pigeon breast with hazelnut and radicchio salad, The Clink is bringing you top-notch food. The twist? This Brixton restaurant is housed within a prison and cooked up by inmates!