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 21st March 2018
For free jerk chicken, popcorn and cakes, head to The Macbeth for one of the best food events in London. TJ's House Party returns with delicious food, drinks and the best hip hop tunes.
Bringing you delicious dishes, disco tunes, drag acts, chocolate fountains and Oompa Loompas, this Willy Wonka-inspired brunch bash at Bunga Bunga is one of the best food events in London.
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.
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?
Learn exactly how to pair wine and cheese at the relaxed, fun event. Through five delicious pairings, guests will learn all about how the different flavours work through stories and relaxed, conversational questions. If you love cheese, wine and good company, this is the event for you.
The King of Ladies Man are offering a majorly good bottomless brunch, with the food supplied from the Breakfast Club and all the tunes supplied from the 70s – and you’ll get two hours of bottomless prosecco too.
If you’ve definitely eaten enough Japanese food that you finally want to know how to create it yourself, head to the Japan Centre, where you can discover how to create everything from miso to sushi.
Food events in London do not get sweeter than this. If you are a lover of all things chocolate, then you’ll adore a MyChocolate event. Not only does it feature the milky goodness we all treasure, they also combine playful creativity, charm and a commitment to service to create a night you’ll never forget.
It’s not often that you’re encouraged to eat delicious food, drink bottomless drinks and sing along to your favourite childhood, fairy tale songs – but this is the opportunity put in front of you! A fabulous theatrical troupe will be singing the songs while you are both encouraged to dress up and sing with them. With prizes for best dressed, this will be the most magical brunch of your life.
Ma' Plucker turns things up to eleven each Thursday, hosting an evening of bottomless birds and booze. Alongside all the beer, prosecco or margarita, guests will be able to dig into as much chipotle-marinated chicken as their stomachs can handle. Better still, the entire evening is 70s-themed, so there'll be loud outfits and fun disco tunes played throughout.
Head over to Newington Green this spring for a delicious supper club that celebrates the fresh weather. Two entrepreneurs and chefs are teaming up to bring you four courses of matched food and wine in an intimate location - think roasted lamb, pan-fried mackerel and chocolate pudding.
Every 1st Saturday of the month means only one thing, temper City's bottomless fizz, curry and quiz. Expect three courses of delicious dining from the renowned spot, endless bubbles and a quiz from award-winning Battleacts.
Looking for a real feast this March? Jinjuu in Mayfair are putting on a banquet of fresh and mouth-watering Asian dining. Work your way through five courses of meat and fish, all matched with fine wines.
One of the best upcoming food events in London, this festival of fromage brings together not just the best cheesemakers and mongers in the UK, but also some of the best street-food traders in the business. With talks, tastings, music and even cheese-based cocktails, it's one of the best events in London this year.
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.
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 without 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.
For this very special edition of The Social Diner supper club, Brigade head chef, Manuel Mancuso invites former apprentices back for the evening to showcase their kitchen expertise at one of the best food events in London.
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.
Brunchpepper is bringing you all sorts of deliciousness as they move into the realm of bottomless brunch. The group are known for their Caribbean vibes, something that will carry on to their daytime offerings, with two delicious courses, bottomless prosecco and a hot soundtrack.
Head over to Covent Garden as renowned restaurant Ping Pong show you how to craft dim sum deliciousness. The restaurant is giving you a whole host of tips and tricks to take home with you as well as a prize for the best dim sum.
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?
Take your fancy City dinner to the next level with The Lampery's weekend bottomless dinners. The crowd-pleasing spot is a great choice for groups with a hearty, British-inspired menu, camera-friendly interiors and plenty of prosecco.
Taking place at MASH in Soho, this evening will be a glorious pairing of food and wine. Guests are treated to three courses of steak, cheese and Serrano ham, all matched by master winemaker Guillermo Pontis.
This great London food event fuses the old English tea party with the bottomless brunch. With teapot cocktails, fish finger sandwiches and teacups full of loaded fries it's unlike any food event you've ever attended.
Join Hix and their chef Mark Hix throughout London as they host a series of delicious food events, from talks by famous chefs to kitchen table nights with the chef himself, to masterclasses to perfect your own cooking skills.
Aiming to take the dating game back offline, this cute singles-mixer-cum-supper-club is a great way to meet and mingle with like-minded people. Add to that some delicious sharing platters prepared by hosts Gabi and Luce and you've got yourself one of the best food events in London.
Make your way into this unique underground venue for a truly unique supper club, where you can mix and mingle, sit amongst the communal tables and feast on a four-course menu of Mexican inspired treats made from British ingredients.
Not only do you get to eat a delicious range of Japanese soul food, they’re all paired with eight different sake drinks from eight different stations. There’s a complimentary Ochoko cup in it for you too.
Learn how to make dim sum like the masters at Chinese Cricket Club, where you’ll be greeted with a glass of prosecco with lychee before listening to the history of the food, watch it prepared, make it yourself, then feast on your creations.
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!
London Wing Fest is starting things early this year with a night at The Old Truman Brewery. There will be street food traders serving up wings, live music and plenty of booze.
The Exhibit isn't just all cocktails, beers, and cinema screenings. Their kitchen delivers some amazing brunches and themed dinners; expect Drag Queen brunches, all-day disco parties, speed dating with food, and so much more.
What better than a roast dinner with lashings of gravy, piles of vegetables and hearty cuts of meat? A roast that is accompanied by live jazz, that's what! The Honor Oak in Forest Hill is jazzing up their Sundays with epic Sunday dinners and a cracking show of live music.
Red Rooster are hosting the inaugural RnBrunch, where the flyest women in the city are bringing the best RnB soundtrack so you can enjoy an hour of bottomless cocktails alongside two delicious courses in the style you deserve.
One of the best food events in London, this new dining club at Clapham's SO.UK will be changing up your Friday night routine. With a three-course meal, bottle of Prosecco and an ever-changing line-up of great entertainment it's a new, fun way to spend a weekend.
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.
Feast like an ancient Thai emperor at Mango Tree’s Thai New Year party. There’s three delicious courses of food, as well as drinks, classical performances, and a traditional Thai ritual, all before a DJ plays till late.
Let your pooch join in with the fun as GOAT in Chelsea host a puppy brunch. Rolling our the red carpet, literally, the venue will also put on canapes, dog treats and bottomless bubbles.
Offering some of the best food events in London, the brunches at Aeronaut are as funny as they are fabulous. Whether you're looking for a side of bonkers bingo with you're eggs benny, or some fairytale film singalongs with your french toast, this great Acton bar has something for everyone.
With a hefty portion of roast dinner, live jazz from award-winning jazz vocalist, Michael L. Roberts, and a lovely, relaxed environment, this great Easter Sunday special at Scoff & Banter is one of the best upcoming food events in London.
BOBO Social are mixing up burgers, and you're part of the experiment. Head to the Fitzrovia spot for a class that involves a starter and paired wine before you move onto your creations, made using everything from kangaroo to camel.
Focusing on the food of Rome and the melting pot of cultures that forged its cuisine, Stevie Parle's new Clerkenwell restaurant, Palatino, will be hosting a series of wine and cocktail matched supper clubs. One of the best food events in London, this unique dining event features a one-night-only menu designed by Parle himself and head chef Richard Blackwell.
Using foraged ingredients, natural wines and innovative cooking methods, Matr is a supper club that brings the Nordic Food Movement to London. Taking place at Ginger and White at Belsize Park, the night is an intimate evening of seven courses, all matched with carefully selected wines.
One of the best food events in London this spring, this exciting new project from the teams behind Little Nan’s Bars and Masala Wala Café is packed full of fab foodie goings on, from vegan suppers to boozy brunches.
Possibly the most unique food event in London, An Evening of Meat is a dining experience like no other. Alongside six courses of delicious fine-dining, this immersive event showcases some of the fiercest new theatre methods in the business.
Hip Hop superstars have teamed up with the Ace Hotel for the ultimate brunch party. They’ll be delivering two delicious courses, a quiz, and all the 90s and 00s hip hop you want.
Not only will you be treated to delicious food in the Sky Garden, these meals will be expertly paired with wine by world famous sommeliers, and you’ll also hear about the winemaking process and the complexities of their tastes.
M Victoria Street is transforming into a 1920s wonderland as not only are you presented with a delicious four-course feast created by Celebrity Masterchef guest judge Michael Reid, but you’ll be dazzled by a series of vintage burlesque and cabaret performances.
This isn’t any old bottomless brunch: you’ll enjoy bottomless bubbles and eat on French delicatessens, but it’s a party here, with their DJ playing a great mix of disco, house and hip hop.
Perception are giving you the chance to be naughty or nice, with either indulgent or healthy dishes, as well as bottomless bubbles or unlimited fresh smoothies, all to the soundtrack of the best electric beats.
Using Kadai fire pits, this pop-up is smoking, fermenting and cooking up a spring banquet. Pan will be taking place at Hurlingham Yacht Club and is a celebration of several cuisines; head over for river views and four smoking courses.
Jump aboard the ultimate Thames thrill ride, as you’ll soar across the river in a super-fun speedboat (with an amazing soundtrack, no less), before stopping off at Ping Pong for a delicious set menu.
Party hard with Lock-in lunch and their brand of all day partying as they take over Bernadi's. The group are going hard with an Italian lunch, tables reserved for eight hours and the biggest disco hits to keep you up well into the night.