Ever had your meal on a barge? Let Darcie & May Green show you what's what over a luxurious brunch of shakshouka, sweetcorn fritters and award-winning banana bread aboard their vibrant boat. The floating food experience will have you lapping up the waters and delicious Australian-inspired dishes.
Food Experiences in London
Three-course meal not going to cut it? Bored of your bog-standard cheese board? Whether you're in a foodie hump or over the latest new opening, this great city's not giving up on you yet, with a whole host of unusual and interesting dining events. Scoff slap-up meals on a train to hell, tuck into actual works of art and nibble on the unknown in pitch darkness - whatever you want with your next meal out, these food experiences in London have got the answer.
Ever wanted to see where the royals get their cheese? Or taste test the best toasty in town? Now's your chance with this epic food-fuelled tour of London. Not only will The Cheese Crawl be bringing you an afternoon of cheesy trivia, but you'll also get to try some of the city's finest dairy delights.
Before wacky supper clubs and immersive eating events, there was Dans Le Noir, the original London dining experience. Still as iconic as ever, descend into pitch blackness as this night heightens your senses and shows you a completely different side to food.
Without a doubt one of the most unique venues in London, Caboose is an ingenious private dining eatery set inside a dinky custom-built American-style railway wagon. Chill with 12 pals in your own customisable cabin whilst a private chef knocks up a three-course feast of slow-smoked delights.
Quirky dining spot Inamo isn't just about scrumptious sushi, it also has state of the art technology. From drawing graffiti on your interactive tables through to seeing what the kitchen's up to, the restaurant is adding a whole new level of fun and games to Asian dining.
This award-winning event will see you 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 will be plating up an exquisite four-course feast cooked up by former MasterChef finalist Louisa Ellis, whilst all the drama plays out before you.
Giving a whole new feel meaning to the term 'meals on wheels', Bustronome is whipping up six courses of exquisite fare onboard an iconic London bus. With magnetic cutlery, wine glass holders and panoramic views of some of the city's best sites, this double-decker dining experience is certainly an original.
Chelsea Funhouse's Jolie is a new kind of restaurant - one that brings the glamour of French salons to the heart of West London. Head over for their bottomless brunch, complete with Bretagne pancakes, scrambled egg sliders and free-flowing fizz.
Join everyone's favourite hoteliers for a hilarious and immersive evening of theatrical dining. During the night, Basil, Sybil and Manuel will serve you a three-course meal along with a side-splitting performance that'll see the evening comically descending into chaos.
Popular neighbourhood eatery Megan's has tonnes of weird and wacky supper clubs to choose from across its various venues. Whether you fancy a brilliant drag queen-filled dinner in Kensington, testing your life drawing skills at the eatery's Balham location or gawping over some sexy butlers in the buff, you'll find it all here.
One of London's most exceptional dining spaces, this quirky pod in the middle of the Bread Street Kitchen touts tasty cocktails and delicious street food. Snack on a three-tier tower of crab California rolls, truffle fries, 'nduja gnocchi and pineapple carpaccio with your nearest and dearest.