DIY Restaurants In London

Looking for a meal with a more interactive element? DIY restaurants are fast becoming a mainstay on this city's food scene, and there's more than a few ways to get hands-on with your dinner these days. From the eateries giving the classic Korean BBQ a modern makeover, to dynamic dining experiences showing you what a grill can really do, we've rounded up the best cook-your-own restaurants in London letting you have a crack at the cuisine.

Last updated on 14th July 2020




Hot Stone

2 user reviews 5

Fronting interactive cooking techniques and a gorgeous location on Chapel Market, Hot Stone is the place to hit up if you're looking to get a little more hands-on with your food. Named for the sizzling cooking stones they deliver to tables, you can chow down on world-class Kobe and seafood selections.

Yanji

101 user reviews 4

Industrial decor and a K-Pop soundtrack offers a suitable setting for this DIY Korean dining experience. From BBQ skewers fronting a wide selection of interesting offal options, to more pedestrian eats including eggs, aubergine and sausage, Yanji keeps things fresh, fun and affordable.

Sakagura

1 user review 5

One of London's sleekest Japanese eateries, Sakagura provides the summer BBQ experience year round with their Sumibi Yakiniku experience. Alternatively, you can opt for a simple steak dinner with their Ishiyaki lava stone that lets you cook and eat your meat straight off the grill.