Best Food Events in London
London has so much to offer for everyone's individual tastes (both in food and style!). From cabaret to afternoon tea, and burlesque to fancy dinner dances, we have selected the most inspiring, absorbing and enchanting events. So why not ditch the take-away pizza and make your meal memorable? Here is our recommended list of the best food events in London.
Last updated on 19th January 2017
Feast on a delicious three course Burns Night supper of haggis, neeps and tatties at Hackney’s Burns Baby Burns. But Burns Night doesn’t end there, with a dram of fine Scotch whisky, a poetry recital and post-dinner ceilidh with the Ceilidh Liberation Front.
Get ready to up your dinner party game at this Dim Sum masterclass, as the team at Chinese Cricket Club Restaurant teach you how to make some delicious dim sum. Things kick off with a talk on the history of the Chinese dish, before you watch the chef work his magic and then lets you loose.
Stuff yourself silly at this brunch event at swanky private hire venue Vanilla. Located in Fitzrovia, the event will see you sip your way through three hours of bottomless rum, vodka, beer and wine, as well as munching on a delicious selection of brunch food. Throw in a DJ soundtracking your afternoon and a huge after-party and your Saturday is sorted.
Dive into a meat masterclass like no other with Bourbon and Butchery at The Grove. You’ll be taught about the cuts of meat, where they come from, and even try your hand at cutting them. Then you will be led through a taste experience of the best American whiskeys.
Grab a taste of Tibet at the Tibetan Dining experience, where you’ll be treated to a variety of Momo flavours, including beef, lamb, chicken and vegetables. There will also be a generous amount of mixed vegetable stir-fry, homemade spicy tomato salsa, and the bar will be serving craft beer, organic wines and Tibetan themed cocktails.
Beer and food are inseparable: why do you think pub food was first invented? And if a five course dinner in The Vintage Ale House wasn’t enough to tempt you to this food event, then maybe each course being specifically paired with a delicious Goose Island beer just might. The Goose Island team will also be on hand to talk you through.
Looking for one of the best brunch events in London? With music and meals to boot? From Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict to a Full Bloody English, you'll leave this brunch session with a spring in your step thanks to heaped plates and the best in funk, soul and disco on the dance floor courtesy of the Brunch Club DJ's
It's time to do something good for charity and drink bottomless prosecco, gorge on dim sum and have fun with DJ Mr Stone. Fu Manchu Bar in Clapham will be hosting a 1920s themed brunch, costumes are must and there will be hours of swing music to get you in the party mood.
She's here, she's fabulous, get used to it. Tina Turner Tea Lady is the one and only host at a whole new brunch craze that is taking Clapham by storm. The Candlemaker invite you down to experience their Steamy Bingo Bottomless Brunch which is set to be one fun food event in London complete with nonsense, mayhem and general debauchery.
Spend the evening learning how best to cut meat and sip bourbon at this masterclass at the Bull & Gate in Kentish Town. The charming pub will be inviting an expert butcher to explain the best cuts of meat before you sample a whole range of delicious American bourbons.
The team at Hotbox in the City of London have teamed up with the Jameson and Meantime Brewing Company to throw a huge Super Bowl party this February. With the game projected on the big screen and with the kitchen serving traditional American game-day treats of wings, fries and pork, the brewery company will make sure that the fun vibes last long into the early hours with its line-up of craft beers.
Stop dreaming about it, it’s time to feast on fondue like you’ve always wanted to at Fondue Lodge Alpine Themed pop-up experience. Diners will be treated to a set menu of a starter of your choice alongside both cheese and chocolate fondue. There will be some amazing live music and complimentary Schanpps served throughout, which really drives the après-ski experience home.
Fancy a night of Mexican madness complete with a gooey cheese fondue? Course you do. Bringing their yellow truck to Deptford, Archie's Bar will be serving a three-course feast complete with tortillas and a cheese fondue, throw in a margarita and shot of mezcal and you've got a brilliant night.
ROOTED are known for their delicious and nutritious food and they're combining it with a unique event this January. Start your morning with a Rumble class by 1 Rebel before ROOTED put on a Vinyasa yoga class and then feed you their delicious goodies.
Celebrate the Scottish way this Burns Night as Bourne and Hollingsworth throw a massive party. The Islington venue are going all out for the occasion with plenty of whisky, ceilidh dancing and Scottish banqueting as well as poetry recitals.
London's first floating garden, Farmopolis is putting on an extraordinary calendar of events this winter as they invite a series of chefs onto their deck. The jetty is lavishly decorated with left over plants from RHS Chelsea Flower show and this season has guests such as Niomi Smart, the best-selling author, cooking brunch while you soak in the amazing atmosphere.
What could be better than brunch? A bottomless brunch of course. And 100 Islington are adding their unique twist to morning proceedings with endless prosecco and Aperol Spritz for 100 minutes. Head to the North London venue for Pan-Asian food and all the bubbles you need.
Ever wondered what it's like to enjoy a civilised meal on the tube? No? Well, you should because now the experience is upon you with The Underground Supper Club, one of London's coolest food events. Step into the carriage without the huff, puff and sweaty commuters and enjoy a delicious 4 course tasting menu complete with a complimentary cocktail.
Whoever thought to bring together drinking, pizza en masse and throwing darts at an electronic scoring darts board is an absolute genius and we thank them greatly. Without them, none of this would be possible. SO withut further ado we invite you to experience how Flight Club do brunch. HINT: it features all of the above (darts, prosecco and pizza). Food events in London just went next level.
Mommi know how to spoil us on a Sunday, just when you need some comforting, they come along with a blooming delicious Sunday lunch with Peruvian dishes such as roast Achiote chicken and suckling pig with a salsa. Go wild and add the bottomless booze option for a perfect Sunday afternoon.
For too many years brinner has been ignored as the best kind of meal in the world, so join Long White Cloud for their Big New York Breakfast to really enjoy some breakfast for dinner. With authentic whitefish bialys, silver dollar pancakes and homemade poptarts, remember everything you enjoyed about the meal in this unique supper club.
The Library in Central London show off their love of Burns Night with an evening of delicious food and frivolous fun. With celebrity chef Paul Wedgewood running things, guests will be served roasted partridge, venison haggis and delicious sticky toffee pudding.
Brother Marcus in Balham is taking their delicious home cooked food one step further and inviting in some of London's finest chefs to put on supper clubs. Head to the South London cafe to stuff yourself with everything from Yorkshire puds through to a Mexican bonanza.
Sing, dance, drink and dine – that’s the philosophy at Aquum’s Bottomless Brunch. Eat some of their delicious food, drink unlimited prosecco and then it’s time to play. They have Jenga, Twister, Articulate and a ball pit so you can be a big kid at their prosecco brunch.
With a reputation for throwing some of the quirkiest parties in town, the team behind Drink Shop Do work alongside Impossible Things Entertainment to plate up a frivolous brunch session full of dancing penguins, hilarious Mad Hatters and a few Lost Boys. Yep, you guessed it, it's a Disney themed brunch. Sing along to all your favourite Disney ballads, win free shots during the quiz and lose yourself in fond memories of your wonderful youth.
Old Street’s table tennis hangout is now doing bottomless brunch, where you’ll be able to take in a relaxed Sunday featuring pizza, prosecco and ping-pong. There’s no smashed avocado here, instead you’ll be feasting on unlimited slices of specialty brunch pizzas - paired with bottomless prosecco of course - and picking up a paddle for a few games in between mouthfuls. It’s an alternative brunch that offers loads of fun, and there’s music from the DJs at Hoxton Radio!
Celebrate the Chinese New Year at the traditional ceremony taking place at Chinese Cricket Club Restaurant in East London. Things kick off with a three-course feast of Sichuan specialities and dim sum before a dance troupe perform the theatrical Lion Dance all to celebrate the Year of the Rooster.
It's one of the finer things in life, Champagne, and it's being paired with a four-course meal for this special event in The Clerkenwell Kitchen. Taking place in December and January, the menu features dishes such as duck and salmon, all paired with a brilliant bubbly.
Stripey Spanish are coming to Chilango this winter as they teach you the basic of Spanish all while munching on some delicious tacos. The evening will teach you basics of the language as the professional teachers guides you, there's lots of traditional food and the chance to meet a new group of people.
Picture the scene. You wake up, your head is throbbing, you're severely dehydrated and you're in dire need of some food. With Monday mourning looming, and the pain feeling endless, the team at the Clapham North prescribe a hearty hangover brunch as your remedy. With all the Eggs Benedict you could want, and bottomless Berocca cocktails and Bloody Mary on hand for the 'hair of the dog' treatment, you'll definitely feel way better after this hangover curing brunch.
Celebrating all the beauty of the traditional weekend roast dinner, Hanger SW6 open their doors every Sunday to London's many food enthusiasts. Using only the freshest ingredients around, the chefs plate up a delicious steak, served with roast trimmings, and a traditional British dessert to all their guests.
Get ready to set your senses on fire at this event at Bedales at Ledenhall Market as the venue puts on a sumptuous Valentine's event. There will be five courses to nibble on, all of which will be paired with incredible wines, explained and taught by wine specialist Dan Belmont.
Looking for one of the most unique food events in London? We think you may have just found it. Join these guys for one of the most unique brunches in the city as you not only gorge on bottomless spaghetti, meatballs and booze, there's a ball pit with over 200,000 balls.
Inspired by the spicy, smokey flavours of the South, Hip Hop brunch offers it's guests a chance to try a slice of Texan life at their Saturday brunch. Celebrating all things Hip Hop related and with a urban karaoke session, this isn't your typical Saturday brunch. The compelling menu includes mouth-watering starters, such as lemon and chilli chicken wings, and even better mains, like the buttermilk-spiced fried chicken thighs.
Delicious canapes, flowing champagne and live funk & groove music – you can only experience this special kind of Valentine’s Day at Groove & Soul Superfly Themed Party. Along with seven courses of delicious canapes, you’ll be treated to champagne, roses, and the best dressed couples will be winning fantastic prizes.
Celebrating the holiest of matrimony's, The Draft House on Charlotte Street are bringing together big olde burgers and craft beer to give you one hearty, no messin' about boozy brunch. Forget the bottomless prosecco, what you want is a dirty 28-day dry-aged Scottish Aberdeen Angus burger and a round of six craft beers. And that's just what you'll get right here.
Learn how to serve the iconic Galician Beef at this masterclass which sees meat masters from Txuleta show you tips and tricks. Once you're done learning how to spruce up your dinner repertoire, sit down for a four-course meal of Galician Beef complete with a wine pairing.
The 90s Brunch offers a daytime event brimming with nostalgic merriment. Taking you backstreet back in time, revel in the glory of this decade with a brunch spread of 90s inspired treats, washed down with bottomless Mimosas for an hour. There’s a full-on 90s dress up box, prizes for the winners of the lip-sync battles and a floor-slaying playlist of the most poppin’ classic tunes of the decade.
The Hanger SW6 in Fulham opens up its secret underground bar this January, offering West London's brunch mad crowds a bottomless feast like no other. The team will serve two delicious courses of amazing brunch food, including a hearty steak and eggs offering, alongside glass after glass of ice cold prosecco and fiery Bloody Mary. How better to clear your head on a Saturday morning?
Fill your Saturday boots with a healthy dose of Champagne and brunch style foods at Villandry St James's for just £40. Saturdays are made for indulgent goodies so this is the perfect remedy to your Friday night hangover or your weekend activity pangs. Bubbles and brunch at a beautiful venue? Check! Why not try their Unlimited Prosecco Brunch too?