Fun Restaurants In London

While the capital is brimming with places to get a sophisticated slap-up meal, sometimes a regular evening of wining and dining just doesn’t cut it. These days, we want dinner and a show – even if that's just a quirky menu or unusual interior. That’s why we’ve compiled this roundup; from New York-style diners to South American bars, here’s our list of fun restaurants in London.

Last edited by Kiera Chapman

Last updated on 10th July 2024




Try Our Easy-To-Use Table Search Engine

Next time you book your next dining destination, have a look at our brand new search engine where you'll come across 1000s of venues, from cool eateries through to swanky cocktail dens. The best part? You'll earn rewards to spend on events and experiences.

Camino King’s Cross

£15 Lunch Set Menu

With DJ sets in the bar and other music events hosted there too, Camino King's Cross and Shoreditch are two fun destinations making sure you get your fix of Spanish fare. Not only is there a cosy yet contemporary tapas restaurant space here as well, but also tasting plates like grilled leeks with almond and hazelnut romesco, and slow-braised, pressed and pan-roasted suckling pig.

Albert's Schloss London

Boasting entertainment in the form of live music, DJ sets and cabaret seven nights a week, it's no wonder that Albert's Schloss is considered one of the most fun bars around. Decked out with Alpine-inspired interiors, a massive disco ball and a menu fronting delicious Bavarian fare, it's your one-stop-shop for all things delicious. Look forward to tucking into the likes of schnitzel and currywurst, washed down with a stein of bier. 

The BBQ Club - 2024

@ BBQ Club on Various dates from Thursday 25th July 2024

Head to The BBQ Club on the Southbank to soak up gorgeous views of the river and tuck into some delicious food cooked on an open fire as part of its six-course feast, dedicated to some of the finest artisan producers London has to offer. Tickets are £60 per person, with an optional wine pairing for an additional £50, and plates consist of fancy kebabs filled with chermoula lamb leg shish and foraged wild garlic sauce, plus a re-imagined British Caesar salad with Brixton honey-glazed chicken.

Ping Pong - Various Sites, London

With bottomless brunch Saturdays and all-you-can-eat dim sum Sundays, Ping Pong should definitely be on your restaurant radar. They also have a convivial atmosphere that makes you want to stay all night long, so grab a table and make for an evening of unforgettable fun at this London eatery.

Flight Club

Flight Club offer delicious sharing platters and cocktails in East London. This isn't your average restaurant though, as their brand of social darts combines state-of-the-art technology with exciting gameplay, making it the perfect group activity for newbies and experts alike.

Karen's Diner

Fancy your meal with a side of sass? Internet sensation Karen's Diner is famed for its rude service and mocking customers - all in good fun, of course. What they lack in kindness they make up for in food and entertainment, with burgers that are to-die-for and games to take part in. 

Inamo Covent Garden

Unlimited Asian tapas & sushi with free-flowing wine or beer £49.95 per person and 2 other offers

Inamo is one quirky restaurant in Covent Garden; patrons get to order their meal, watch it get made via the 'chef cam' and even play a game of battleship, all through their digital tablecloth. They serve up tantalising East Asian cuisine and adventurous cocktails, including the delicious-sounding Hanami blossom.