Secret Restaurants in London
You don't want to dine with a whole barrage of other Londoners; you want to cavort in private supper clubs, you want to croon in delicious caverns, and you want to be the first to tell all of your friends. Boasting some of the best secret restaurants in the world, London is a homage to hidden eateries. Whether you fancy knocking back dim sum behind an unassuming Chinatown door, or schmoozing by candlelight in a secret, subterranean 1920s pop-up, check out some of the best secret restaurants in London.
Last updated on 20th July 2017
Hidden off the streets of Brixton is a fantastic bar and restaurant packed with delicious food and wonderful cocktails. Beast of Brixton is a cool, hidden gem of a venue serving up delicious street food-inspired eats like tacos, burgers and small sharing plates, renowned Sunday roasts, and taps filled with local beers. Come for the food, stay for the atmosphere.
When it comes to a luxurious, hidden restaurant in London, there's a name in the city that rings of something truly unique. While anything savoury is strictly off the menu, guests to Basement Sate can enjoy a range of dessert based dishes alongside some of the best cocktails in the business.
Having already taken London's nightlife scene by storm, the Reggae Brunch team are planning their biggest summer yet. Combining the delicious flavours of Caribbean brunch food with the fun of bottomless cocktails and the leg-shaking vibe of reggae music, you definitely won't forget this secret event in a hurry.
For dolls, molls, dapper dames and darling gents, there's one secret restaurant event in London just brimming with vintage whimsy. Heralded for their Prohibition inspired partying and 1920s charm, it's time to razzle dazzle them in a secret London location as one of the best pop-up events in the city comes a cropper.
Hidden behind an unassuming door in Chinatown is a wonderland of Oriental whimsy, Opium. Front runners when it comes to delicious dim-sum in the city, and boasting a hidden location that keeps their cocktails as treasure, Opium is a prime destination for those after something a little different, and something super secretive in London.