Fun Restaurants in London

Whilst London is full of places to get a slap-up sophisticated meal, when you're just in the mood for some good ol' fashioned fun, there are plenty more let-your-hair-down places that'll do the job. From NYC style diners to South American bars, here's a list of some restaurants in London that jazz up the London nightlife scene.

You have our word, you'll definitely have a good time. 

With four gorgeous venues across the city, Dirty Bones has been turning heads with its Southern-inspired offering and fun-loving vibe. The team behind this venue combine mouth-watering comfort food with playful cocktails and serve diners a meal that'll leave them waddling on their way home. 


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Aeronaut in Acton combines some of the best things in life: gastropub grub, cabaret, and circus performances. Did we mention these acts are airborne? Enjoy a classic pub meal with an airborne show of cabaret and circus acts on the side. This restaurant knows a good meal goes beyond the dinner plate and makes sure to deliver a unique dinner in all aspects.  


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A fun London restaurant with neon lights, dark, intimate corners and mish-mashed furniture makes up the character. Core is a far cry from the usual swanky bars you'll find in Bank and comes with much more of a chilled vibe. Revel in this social hangout where newspaper lines the walls and there's a hint of 50s furnishings with classic nosh and cocktails to go with. 

Flight Club offer delicious sharing platters and wonderful classic cocktails in a cool East London setting. But if you want more from your eateries, there's also Social Darts, a super-fun and innovative new way to play the classic game. Combining state-of-the-art technology with exciting new gameplay, this group game is a perfect laugh for everyone from newbies to experts.   

Inamo Soho

157 user reviews 4

Unlimited Asian tapas & sushi with free-flowing wine or beer £42.95 per person and 4 other offers

Inamo Soho believes in more than just a simple meal, but an interactive and digital experience for all. Diners get to order their meal, watch it from start to finish on the 'chef cam', and much more all from their interactive tablecloth. This dining experience is fun from start to finish, and even includes a game of battleship in between to stifle your hunger. This Central London restaurant is such a fun time, you'll never want to leave. Ship sunk. 


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Forge is a popular choice with the city's workers, offering a relaxed haven of industrial opulence just along the road from Bank. There's a real buzz to this place once 5pm rolls around, and tables quickly fill up with workers letting off steam. Forge serves a mouth-watering range of roasted meats, with a handpicked selection of beer, wine, spirits and cocktails if you're just here to whet the whistle.

Absurd Bird Spitalfields

895 user reviews 4

With a commitment to taking traditional Southern recipes and wonderfully turning them on their heads, the chefs at Absurd Bird in Spitalfields always plate up a treat for this visitors. Alongside the usual hearty dishes of succulent burgers and fiery ribs, all their chicken dishes are composed of only the finest free range meat, sourced from Fosse Meadows Farm and marinated in a secret sauce that explodes off the tongue with spice and flavour. Absurd Bird gets two thumbs up from us.  

The Exhibit

702 user reviews 4

Bottomless Brunch and 1 other offer

Regularly topping up Balham's rumblin' tums, The Exhibit serves carefully curated drinks and a hearty menu of fresh British produce. Bag yourself a table and get ready for a festival of eating; there's everything from roasted pheasant to Grilled royal beam and Galloway beef burgers with all the trimmings. There's an eclectic entertainment programme for dessert, too.

The Piano Works Farringdon

1250 user reviews 4

Happy Hour Thursdays and 2 other offers

The Piano Works is London's only non-stop live music venue where the guests choose the playlist. With a menu of mini burger sliders, filled rolls and other sharing plates, this fun venue hosts a two singing pianists and a live band to keep diners entertained for hours to come. Guests can make requests to be played all night in this fun London establishment. 

Sway, Holborn

447 user reviews 4

Free Entry Guestlist and 1 other offer

The ideal hangout for colleagues, partners and groups of mates alike, the new and improved Sway is one helluva fun place to enjoy dinner and drinks in Covent Garden. The venue offers a fresh and exciting vibe in the heart of theatreland, with all kinds of comfort food plates knocked up in the kitchen and a wide selection of booze served at the bar.

Trader Vic's

12 user reviews 5

Cheeky Tiki bottomless brunch

Trader Vic's offers a taste of tiki from its base in the London Hilton on Park Lane. Flavours from the Med, Middle East and Asia are all present on the menu, with those dishes cooked via the Chinese wood-fired ovens offering that smoky finish. Once you're done at dinner it makes sense to stay for cocktails; there's a whole host to choose between including the original Mai Tai recipe from way back in 1944.