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 updated on 2nd December 2022

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.

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

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.

Only Food And Courses

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Inspired by pop culture and culinary trends from the 80s and 90s, Only Food and Courses is one of the most unusual restaurants in London. If you're looking for a bunch of different flavours and plates to try including its 6-course tasting menu, then this place is a must-visit.

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An unforgettable experience, the Murder Express is not your typical dinner and a show. Immerse yourself into this mystery where you'll have to solve clues to catch a killer. You'll also be treated to a 4-course menu prepared by Masterchef finalist, Louisa Ellis.