Fun Dinners in London
London is home to some of the best restaurants in the world, and offers a truly varied selection of places to eat. However, eating out doesn't just have to be a boring meal anymore, with so many places offering unique and wonderful experiences along with your meal. So forget your parents telling you not to play with your food, book online and check out our recommended fun dinners in London.
Last updated on 18th July 2016
You’ll find All Star Lanes in Westfield, but really their hearts belong to the sweet US of A. There’s no less than 14 lanes for a spot of bowling - 7 are kept for walk-ins - a large open plan restaurant and a cocktail bar that allows you to dabble in a little 1950s Americana spirit. Trounce your mates at bowling, dig into Dedham Vale burgers then round off your visit with a few retro cocktails or hard shakes in the bar.
With 2 bars, a pizzeria and a games room filled with 12 ping-pong tables, the Bat and Ball is now the biggest bar in Westfield Stratford. Of course, their bars are stocked with the best wines, craft beers and cocktail around, helping you cool off after a few intense games of ping pong. But really keeping you going is their very own pizzeria, run by the team behind the renowned Well Street Pizza. Mouth-watering and with a huge selection of Neapolitan dishes to choose from, you'll be thorughly satisfied at this dinner spot in London.
Perfect for stopping by for a lighter snack or something resembling a full blown banquet alike; Slug & Lettuce Borough exudes a warm, charming atmosphere. Ideally located close to the London Dungeons, Tate Modern and Borough Market, why not stop by for some great-tasting grub with the family after a day of sight-seeing? Not only is it fun, the Slug offers fantastic value for money with all kinds of daily offers.
Looking for a dinner destination with a little Spanish sass? Then we've just the snappy little haunt for dinner, drinking and dancing alike. A plush dining experience where hearty tapas and fiesta inspired feelings reign supreme, Salvador and Amanda Bloomsbury is a lush location for palate pleasers and late night dance floors alike.
This beauty of a boozer will surely become your local favourite if you’re close to Hackney Downs. Featuring giant maypoles, wicker masks and brass icons, this is a truly unique spot in which to settle down and enjoy something from an ever-evolving menu. Be sure to check out their ‘Proper Northern Roast’ at the weekends, where guests feast on a topside of beef washed down with deadly ciders and home-infused gin and tonics.