Most unique restaurants in London

Wael Makki | Date posted - 28 Feb 2019

It’s a well-known fact that London’s restaurant scene is one of the world’s best. I mean, you can literally find all kinds of restaurants in every street on every corner. So how the hell are you supposed to choose where to eat? Well, some go out of their way to stand out from the crowd. Dinner on a boat? Lunch on level 36? We’ve rounded up our 5 favourite and most unique restaurants in London and, believe us, they’re all worth a visit!

Chick n Sours

In the mood for chicken? I mean, who doesn’t love a well-cooked chicken? (Sorry veggie friends, you might want to pass on this one). At Chick’n’Sours you’ll find chicken in all sizes and shapes. Whether you prefer wings, drums, breasts, grilled or fried, these guys will prepare your chicken just how you like it. Wait, there’s more. On their menu, you’ll also find some juicy burgers, yummy wraps, seasonal sides, lip-smacking cocktails and exciting ice creams. I don’t know about you but I just booked my spot.

Bob Bob Ricard

You’ve seen it everywhere on your Instagram feed and now it’s your time to post about it. Bob Bob Ricard is the glamorous spot in town and surely one of the most unique restaurants in London. Each table is equipped with a “press for champagne” button, perfect for those with an insatiable thirst for bubbles. Not thirsty? No, we’re not judging. These guys also serve tasty luxury English cuisine with a Russian twist, an uncommon and surprisingly tasty combination that will tantalize your taste buds. Or you can just come for the Insta pic.

Cub

In their home on Oxford Street in East London, Cub is the spot in town for delicious food and awesome cocktails. More than a simple restaurant, Cub is a multi-sensory foodie experience with drinks. And the best way to experience it fully is to have their set menu: some courses are food, some drink and some… a mixture of the two. Cub team will set you up with delicious stuff that will make your mind and belly happy. Boozeless, gluten-free and vegan options available too.

Darcie and May Green

Situated directly outside Paddington station, Darcie and May Green offers a delicious selection of Australian treats. But what’s so unique about this place? Well, this restaurant is actually a two-storey barges on the Grand Union Canal with a quirky interior to boot. From the coffee of the day to award winning brunch, to evening dinner and drinks, Daisy Green provides a unique, uplifting Aussie experience. Well-known by the lovely influencers community, this spot will undoubtly take you away from the hustle and bustle of London, and will transport you straight to Sidney’s hot beaches.

Darwin Brasserie

Afraid of heights? You might want to skip this one. Darwin is the capital’s highest rooftop brasserie and surely one of the most unique restaurants in London. Picture this: you, sitting at a fabulous on the 36th of a sumptuous building, scoffing a delicious monkfish on the bone, and looking at a breathtaking view of the Tames and the whole city. Too good to be true? We promise it’s not. Whether you’re having dinner with your friends, or going out on a date, Darwin brasserie is open all day every day and is perfect for any occasion.

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