Quirky Restaurants London
For foodies, London is a hub of restaurants and cafes. But you already tasted Chinese, Indian, gastropub and hippie food? Want to try something different? My compiled three best quirky restaurants London will give you the opportunity to enjoy unique atmosphere, beautiful decor or unusual food. To avoid disappointment try to book a table in advance. Let’s get started.
When we talk about the most well-known and quirky restaurant London, Sketch is always on the top of the list. It is located at 9 Conduit Street, London which is opened in 2003. Chef Pierre Gagnaire and Mourad Mazouz both are the owners of this beautiful, eating place. Its unique features are three restaurants, gallery, bar, quirky interior, delicious food and a Lecture Room, which permits you to enjoy the finest dining experience. 96 different marble tiles, crystal bathrooms have increased its beauty. French Master Chef Pierre Gagnaire planned the menu and expensive yet popular wines would make your dining experience wonderful and magical. Come and enjoy this modern European encouraged menu restaurant. Read the full review of Sketch London Restaurant.
The 2nd restaurant is, Funky Asia. The specialty of this restaurant is a delicious menu that is formulated by ex-Nobu chef Danh Huu Bui. All the delicious dishes come from the different Southeast Asian locations that are served along with the Thai chicken, cucumber salad, and Korean-style lamb chops.
Come and enjoy a delicious, chilled meal in an excellent atmosphere, wild interior, bright colored lights, and Sofas, which makes it one of the most quirky restaurants London.
If your children’s love to watch waterfalls, lightning, rain and live fishes, then you should take your kids to the Rainforest Café. This restaurant offers a two-course menu with a drink at an affordable price for the children’s. The best thing about this café is, theaters, shops, and attractions are close to it. For the families the fun environment of this restaurant is perfect. You will feel good while seated near the animatronic animals, waterfall and fishes. It’s true that you have to wait for 25 minutes or more for the food.
Unfortunately, this restaurant lacks in the matter of food because the menu offers limited food items like appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, and pasta, pizza, salad, seafood and meat meals. Children’s menu includes nuggets, mini hot dogs, pizza and shrimp. When it comes to the price, when it comes to the prices, they are higher than the other restaurants. Kid’s meals are available at $5 – $6 each, Salad is available at $6, and fish at the $15, which is quite tasty rather than the French fries.
Overall, The Rainforest Café offers a fun dining experience along with the food quality. However, personally, I don’t recommend you to order dessert and a full meal. If pricing is not an issue for you, then you should visit the Rainforest Café.
So, don’t waste any further time and rush to one of your favorite restaurants to experience the wonderful dining experience. If you are looking for some fun restaurants in London, head over to that page.