Secret Restaurants In London

You don't want to dine with a swarm of other Londoners; you want to cavort in private supper clubs; you want to booze in basement bars, and you want to be the first to tell all of your friends. Boasting some of the best hidden gems in the world, our city is a homage to clandestine eateries. Whether you fancy knocking back dim-sum behind an unassuming Chinatown door or schmoozing by candlelight in a subterranean 1920s spotp, discover the best secret restaurants in London.

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Last updated on 21st September 2022




Gremio de Brixton

577 user reviews 5

Tucked away in the crypt of a church, Gremio isn't quite what you'd expect. A haven for tapas dishes and sangria, it's got all the airs and graces of a hidden restaurant with the charm of Europe. Stay sipping on their house cocktails after your meal and watch as the venue transforms into a vibrant and buzzy party hotspot. 

@ Pedley Street Station on Various dates from Tuesday 27th September 2022

The Murder Express Part Deux - Jewel Of The Empire transports you to 1937 for an immersive, murder mystery experience. But that's not all, as you'll also be served up a mouthwatering four-course meal designed by a MasterChef: The Professionals winner.

Circus

1992 user reviews 4

It's not just Circus' location that's secretive, but also the nightly entertainment you're in for that's kept under wraps. Situated under the streets of Covent Garden, head over to this restaurant and bar and you'll get top-notch nosh and drinks as well as an impressive array of circus performances, with everything from fire-breathers to acrobats, drag to contortionists.

La Bodega Negra

7 user reviews 4

Watch the shock on your mate's face as you take them through a sex shop, only for them to discover this incredible speakeasy. The naughty-looking nook isn't what it seems, instead, La Bodega Negra is a fantastic Mexican restaurant and bar where you can eat and chat the night away.