Food Experiences in London
Hungry for something really out there? Fancy wines and three-course dinners not cutting the mustard? This city of ours has got a whole host of unusual and interesting dining events to keep you and your palate entertained. Whether you want to scoff slap-up meals on a train, tuck into actual works of art or nibble on the unknown in pitch darkness, these food experiences in London have got the answer.
For a dinner quite like no other, hit up Proud Cabaret City, where your evening will be soundtracked by some of the greatest Motown and soul tracks of all time. Dig into a gourmet feast as resident musicians perform the likes of Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and James Brown.
Join everyone's favourite hoteliers for a hilarious and immersive night of theatrical dining. During the experience, Basil, Sybil and Manuel will serve you a three-course meal along with a side-splitting performance that'll see the evening comically descend into chaos.
Mixing multisensory elements of sound, design and interactivity, this immersive chef's table supper club from Kitchen Theory is one of the best food experiences in London this year. Head to North London for the chance to tuck into 10 exceptional courses, each with a unique twist.
The best food experiences in the UK? If you're a lover of all things theatre, then the chances are that West End Musical Brunch is a strong contender. Along with a two-course bottomless banquet, you'll also be treated to live performances from some of the industry's biggest stars.
Giving a whole new meaning to the term 'meals on wheels', Bustronome is whipping up six courses onboard an iconic London bus. With magnetic cutlery, wine glass holders and views of amazing city landmarks, this double-decker dining experience is certainly unique.
With state of the art technology and exquisite sushi, Inamo is the place to go for unique dining experiences in the UK. From drawing graffiti on your interactive tables through to seeing what the kitchen's up to, this restaurant is adding a whole new level of fun and games to your evening.
Offering some of the best food experiences in Central London, The Rubens at The Palace Hotel has a range of unique eating events for every palate, from afternoon teas and themed dinners to expansive curry banquets.
Dig out your flapper dresses and dust off your suit jackets for an evening of live jazz and cabaret at The Candlelight Club. The 1920s-themed dining event will also be whisking up a three-course menu, along with bottles of Champers to really get you into the swing of things.
The Big London Bake is a multi-award-winning event that'll see you putting your cake-making skills to the test. Over the 90-minute session, you and your mates will compete against other teams to create the ultimate sweet masterpiece.
Before wacky supper clubs and immersive eating events, there was Dans Le Noir, the original food tasting experience in London. Still as iconic as ever, the pitch-black restaurant is built around the concept that by losing a sense, all your others are heightened; helping you to see a completely different side to food.
Chelsea Funhouse's Jolie is bringing the glamour of French salons to the heart of West London. Head over for this fabulous - and bottomless - immersive dining experience, complete with Bretagne pancakes, scrambled egg sliders and free-flowing fizz.
This award-winning event is inviting you to take a step back in time over a night of culinary excellence and mystery-solving. Set inside a 20th century-inspired locomotive, The Murder Express is plating up four exquisite courses cooked by a former MasterChef finalist, while all the drama plays out before you.