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 restaurants in the world, London is a homage to secret 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.

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Last updated on 20th January 2020

With no two locations the same, RANDE Pop Up's Mexican Underground is a unique and adventurous dining experience in London. Hosted in a plethora of brilliantly bizarre venues, from distilleries to warehouses and everywhere in-between, a night at this spot will have you tucking into four courses of delicious contemporary dishes.

The Little Blue Door

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£10 for Half a Dozen Oysters and £10 Steaks on Wednesdays only and 1 other offer

You've probably walked past this spot without giving it a second glance, but you'd be missing out if you didn't venture through The Little Blue Door. The Fulham playhouse has been designed to look like a flat, complete with a relaxed kitchen, cosy sitting room and, of course, party den for all your eating, drinking and dancing needs.