Cool Places to Eat in London

London is home to some of the best and most lavish restaurants in the world, let alone the country. From Michelin-starred chefs to infamous celeb-clad eateries, this here city is a palatable playground of exquisite foods. So, where to start? We've curated a list of our top cool places to eat in London so you can experience fun dining at its very best. Bon appetit.

Last updated on 18th September 2020




Greyhound Cafe

20 user reviews 4

From after-work drinks to mid-week dinner and boozy brunch at the weekend, Greyhound Cafe has it all. Expect moden twists on authentic Thai food, with a menu coming all the way from East Asia following successful venues in Hong Kong, Singapore, China and more.

Aeronaut

767 user reviews 4

Heading out to Acton may seem like a bit of a mish, but it's worth every step of the journey with some of the city's best entertainment as the light at the end of the tunnel. Gravity-defying acts, epic hula hoop work and some top-notch pub nosh is what goes down at this fun London restaurant.

@ Chelsea Funhouse on Various dates from Saturday 27th February 2021

A bog-standard restaurant Chelsea Funhouse is not. Split over three floors, this wonderland of big kid fun includes a cocktail lounge and immersive code-cracking experience. And for when you get peckish? The ground-floor eatery boasts mouthwatering a la carte options alongside sumptuous menus inspired by the French salon.

Lan Kwai Fong

25 user reviews 4

As well as offering an extensive and varied selection of eats from across East Asia, Lan Kwai Fong is also fronting some unique activities to enjoy. Get stuck into digital beer pong (digital beer pong!) before taking to a karaoke room to end the evening in style.

Sweet Chick

1 user review 5

Co-created by popular US rapper Nas, Sweet Chick is a bona fide cool place to eat in London. Touting Brooklyn vibes, a banging soundtrack and a delicious menu of American bites - including their renowned chicken and waffle combos - this Fitzrovia eatery is guaranteed to have you smiling from ear to ear. 

Putting all associations of darts being an 'old man's game' to absolute shame; welcome to Flight Club. Truly revolutionising the pastime as we know it, it's all electronic gaming and scoring here (so you don't even have to be that good). With authentic thin-crust pizzas on the go too, this is one trendy London spot.

Chotto Matte

6 user reviews 4

One of London's coolest restaurants, Chotto Matte fuses Japanese and Peruvian cuisine through its innovative Nikkei menu. Pop over to the Soho spot for the chance to tuck into beef tataki and passion fruit salsa, sea bass ceviche and aubergine miso sushi, washed down with some of their sumptuous signature cocktails.