Hoxley & Porter's opulent train-carriage theme will strike you from minute one. Step inside to be greeted by your conductor for the evening, ready to show you to your seats and begin your journey, with shadowy foliage dotted around to add extra charisma. There's great food to feast on while you're at it, with a menu packed full of British classics on offer.
Themed Restaurants in London
When bog-standard just won't do, it's time to get a little more inventive with your restaurant choices. Luckily the capital is home to more than a few quirky spots that are totally committed to the bit. From Tropical tiki restaurants and Polynesian plates, to Italian dinner parties that would make Berlusconi proud, these are the best themed restaurants in London.
Decked out like an 80's cafe, complete with adjoining laundrette, The Breakfast Club's South West hideaway is all about serving up delicious brunch and lunch goods until late. If you're not digging this particular theme though, look a little closer at you spin cycle and see if you can't take it back to the 70's.
Inspired by the Victoria explorers and adventurers, Powder Keg Diplomacy is offering you a portal to the past. The vintage bar and restaurant is a hidey-hole of old-fashioned treasures, from a towering, plant-filled conservatory through to the cosy, wood-panelled bar.
If you're after something sexy, slinky, and downright scrumptious in the heart of Soho, it would do you good to hunt out Opium. A secret London restaurant with dim sum on the menu, head on over for an intimate dinner setting and the best in quirky cocktails.
From Disney favourites and hip hop hits to emo anthems and 90s throwbacks, The Brunch Club's themed events are vast and varied. Expect non-stop tunes, bottomless booze, tasty food and brilliant entertainment.
Are you a sucker for 80's nostalgia? Well now you can revel in it at the world's first vampire-themed pizzeria. Lost Boys Pizza & Croque Monsieur (you know, like the movie) is a totally unique Camden restaurant serving delicious slices with a side of eccentricity.
Would you be fooled into thinking that The Little Blue Door was just another flat in Fulham? You should be, but hold on just one minute. A quirky spot brimming with oddities, this venue isn't just themed around a unique flatmate scenario, they host brunches, dinners and Sunday roasts that you won't want to miss out on.
Feel like a night out in London isn't complete without a trip to the circus? Big top inspired Trapeze would have to agree. When you're not enjoying the quirky cocktails or club nights in the basement, tuck into chow the likes of burgers and sharing platters.
Head over to Canary Wharf where the Munich Cricket Club is making every day into Oktoberfest. Get stuck into heaving steins of German beer, soaked up with classic bavarian bites, including bratwurst, Käsekrainer, strudel, schnitzel and more.
One of the city's most renowned dining experiences, The London Cabaret Club is letting you get up close to some of the best acts in the capital. From Gatsby to Britpop, you never know what the night will bring until you pitch up.
Dinner and a show doesn't get more decadent than at Covent Garden's circus. You'll barely be able to concentrate on your meal as some of the best performers in the world beguile you with contortion, acrobatics and other acts.
POTUS is a slick bar in Vauxhall serving cocktails inspired by former US presidents. From the Teddy Smash Hat Club inspired by Teddy Roosevelt's love of mojitos, to the rich and savoury with JFK & Mary, explore the finest this American-themed haunt has to offer.
Offering tropical interiors and menu of French-Polynesian plates, this Mayfair mainstay literally invented the Mai Tai. Get a little sunshine into your life through their mix of tasty bar bites, signature curries and a huge cocktail menu.