Taking you on a journey through modern European cuisine, this unique Marylebone restaurant takes inspiration from as close as London and as far away as Japan for its mix of stunning plates.
Unique Restaurants in London
London - a city where dining choices abound, where restaurants are not just unusual but completely unique and often... pretty bonkers. From a sit-down dinner on the tube to gold hunting through your food in Vauxhall, these unique London restaurants don't just serve up delicious food and great cocktails, but also a healthy dollop of fun and something utterly different.
This Covent Garden classic boasts an impressive food menu; with sushi and robata taking centre stage. You'll also find some mouth-watering cocktails and a unique interior design.
Based on the old mansions of India, Lokhandwala is a seriously stylish joint in Fitzrovia. Full of carved shutters, stripped back walls and interesting design features, the restaurant serves Indian sharing dishes and fresh cocktails.
Roll up, roll up for what has got to be one of London's most unique places to eat, a circus-themed pub. While it may be out in Acton, Aeronaut is well worth the tube fare; pub grub is served in a spiegeltent as burlesque dancers, sword swallowers and fire jugglers put on one hell of a show.
If you want to do something totally unique, step on board Bustronome which combines fine dining with stunning views of London from a glass-topped double decker. Ideal for unique dates or quirky birthday parties, this will be a truly special way to dine and see the city.
When it comes to restaurants in London, sometimes it feels like we've seen it all before, but that's certainly not the case at Greyhound Cafe. Head to Fitzrovia where the popular Thai eatery is serving up an eclectic menu of brunch, dinner and drinks.
Forget dodgy dinners and sociopathic bullies, The Schoolhouse in Battersea relives all the best parts of your school days with an adult twist. Test tubes are used to serve alcoholic mixes, summer breaks can be drunk and school trays are used to bring lunches such as spicy quesadillas dripping with melted cheese.
This quirky restaurant really does have you eating in the dark, for an experience which is designed to heighten the senses and change perceptions. Go for the delicious food and stay in the lit bar afterwards for cocktails.
With its generous helpings of American cuisine and DJs spinning the decks into the early hours of the morning, Blues Kitchen Shoreditch is a great place for unique dining in London. Paying homage to the Deep South, food is a meat-filled affair and there is more than 100 types of bourbon to get the hoedown started.
What do you get if you mix ping pong, Italian food and an amazing cocktails? One of the most unusual restaurants in London, Bounce. Now opened up in East London's favourite district, Shoreditch, there are 17 ping pong tables, a killer pizza menu and bottomless brunch on a Sunday.
Decked out in golds, lavish greens and rich mahoganies, Hoxley and Porter is a throwback to a colonial train. The unique restaurant is tucked away in Islington; step through the carriage door into a world of 1890's imperialism and great cocktails. Food includes hearty British dishes and on Sundays a roast dinner is served.
There's nowhere really like it, Caboose offers its guests the chance to book out the exclusive wooden cabin, where only one group may dine at a time. Here, you'll be able to fest on slow-smoked BBQ burgers, sip on your own choice of BYOB booze and blast your own tunes.
The ETM group are known for their one off and special venues and this time they're taking things up a level with rooftop Aviary, located in Finsbury Square. Take to the spacious roof terrace to sit back on one of the slick sofas and sip cocktails or gorge yourself on the hearty British fare in the glass-encased restaurant.
This quirky Italian restaurant is the ideal spot if you're looking for something a little different. Located in Chelsea, you'll find delicious classic dishes and unusual seating, where dining tables are stacked on top of one another.
Step back to a time gone by at Powder Keg Diplomacy in Clapham. The South London venue is a cave of vintage treasures with candlelight throwing a glow over tables, old maps decorating walls and a colonial-style conservatory complete with towering plants. The menu is full of classics, try the slow-braised ox cheek and thank us later.
Plush, decadent and bursting with old-school British charm, The English Grill at The Rubens offers a unique dining experience ideal for special occasions. Boasting a stunning menu of steaks, sides and classic British dishes, it's got character by the bucket and quality to match.
Quirky places to eat in London don't get much better than The Candlelight Club, a clandestine 1920's supper club. Guests are invited to a secret location to dine and dance the night away, dressed up in their best flapper dresses, fedoras and braces. Each unique venue is lit entirely by candlelight and expert mixologists create dangerously delicious concoctions.
Perfect for anyone looking to try something a bit quirky on a first date in London, the Absurd Bird on Soho's Peter Street will be serving up the likes of Corn Bread Pudding, Jalapeno Mac'N'Cheese and a delicately flavoured Spinach and Artichoke dip, alongside the usual copious amounts of BBQ ribs, spicy chicken and condiment filled burgers that you'd expect to find at a Southern eatery. To accompany the delicious food, the bar is stocked full of a range of intriguing tipples, including the venue's own Absurd Lager and Absurd Moonshine.
One of the City's most unique dining experiences, Street Lounge is central London's best new group dining spot. Head down for delicious cocktails and stunning eats courtesy of the excellent cooks at the Bread Street Kitchen.
The international success story, Le Petit Chef, is taking place at TT Liquor in Shoreditch. Spread over eight courses, the evening follows a tiny animated chef through time and space as he hops from meal to cocktail, explaining the background of each one.
This rustic restaurant oozes charm, with a huge selection of wines from around the world alongside a Spanish tapas menu. Grab your favourite co-workers for after-work drinks, take your other half, or visit at the weekend with mates, as this city bar is great for any occasion.
Using the world's first interactive ordering service which is beamed onto your table, this unique London restaurant gives visitors complete control of their dinner. Customise everything from the tablecloth to watching the chefs in the kitchen as they prepare their signature Asian fusion food.
Located in HMP Brixton, The Clink boasts one of the most unusual dining locations in London, as well as, an ethos that sets it apart from the rest. Manned by inmates working towards culinary careers on release, this spot serves up treats from blue cheese bon bons to afternoon tea.