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March 22, 2018

British Food

Quirkiest restaurants in London

London is home to plenty of quirky things including places to eat! If you’re looking to visit in London and are looking to experience a completely different eating experience, then read on as we’ve listed the coolest places to dine!


The sketch is located in Mayfair which is not too far from Soho. The restaurants are filled with pink velvet sofa chairs and decorated with wall sketches from a British artist called David Shrigley. Another unique feature that you may want to check out while you’re in there is their egg-shaped toilets! It’s the perfect place for people who love art and quirky things.

Bob Bob Ricard 

Bob Bob Ricard is located in Soho. The restaurant is decorated with a classic art-deco all around. One of their quirks is having a button where you can directly order a champagne by one press! Just be aware that you will need to book a table before dining in. The average cost of dining in is around £60-£70.

Cats Cafe Des Artistes

The restaurant doesn’t actually have any real cats lounging around, in fact, it’s a family business that is highly themed with Thai decors. The whole style of the restaurant is completely surprising considering it’s called a ‘Cat Cafe’.

Dans Le Noir

Dans Le Noir let you eat your food in total darkness. Don’t even think that you can get away with using your mobile devices as a source of light as they are not allowed to be used inside the restaurant. Another thing that makes them different is that most of their staffs are registered blind. It can be a fun and challenging experience to go with your friends or family.

Petersham Nurseries Cafe

The restaurant is known for its mixed hippy and chic decoration. The atmosphere of their greenhouse garden is one of the main quirks of the restaurant. The budget for dining in would cost you around £50-£60 per head.


Best Food Festivals in the UK

The UK holds hundreds of food festivals throughout the year and all around the area. You will find different kinds of food festivals from English food to cultured cuisines! Another great thing about these festivals is that most of them are free of entrance! Most food festivals can be found in the green spaces in the UK, and that includes the national park too! So if you’re a food lover, check out some of our recommendations below.

Loch Lomond Food and Drink Festival

The Loch Lomond Festival occurs during the month of September, and it is held in the Trossachs National Park. The festival consists of great local foods, and it’s free to enter. You can also join the haggis eating competition and watch some local music bands in the event.

Rothbury Food and Craft Festival

The Rothbury food and craft festival was first founded in 2008 were locals hosted a variety of food stalls open for everyone to try. A few years later on, they are now hosting, even more, food stalls than ever. Not only do they have some delicious foods but there are also plenty of crafts stalls available! The festival will be open in the summer time from April to May.

Baytown Beer Festival

For beer lovers, Baytown festival is perfect for you. The festival occurs in August and December. It is located in the beautiful village of Robin Hood’s Bay. The festival is filled with numerous types of ales and local drinks available for purchase. They also hold other small activities and events during the festival.

Chili Fiesta

Chili Fiesta is held in South Downs National Park during the month of August. 140 stalls offer different kinds of chilli foods and plants which are all locally produced! They also feature a walled glasshouse garden that showcases a large variety of chilli grown in the area!