OpenTable’s picks of the most fun restaurants in London

OpenTable’s picks of the most fun restaurants in London
07/03/2017 - 11:08
The days are getting longer, sunnier and there’s a taste of spring in the air. With a new found boost of energy diners are ready to be a bit more adventurous and OpenTable, provider of online restaurant reservations, reveals some of the most fun restaurants in London.

Cinnamon Kitchen, Liverpool Street

Cinnamon Kitchen is an award winning Indian restaurant in Liverpool Street. Famous for its fantastic and innovative take on traditional Indian cuisine, Cinnamon Kitchen, has now put the fun back in dining and is getting its dinners to play Holi in the city from Tuesday the 7th-18th of March. You’ll be able to don your white suits and step into the madness at the House of Holi, for thirty minutes of paint-pelting friends, family and colleagues!

Sketch, Oxford Circus

With its pink interiors, art works on the walls and unique dishes, Sketch is one of the most quirky restaurants in London. The restaurant is just as much an art exhibition as it is a place to dine with 239 works on the walls by Turner prize winner, David Shrigley. The highlight has to be the out of this world bathrooms which will make you feel like you’ve been transported into the future.

Jimmy’s Diner, Bayswater

Jimmy’s Diner is not only an incredible American themed restaurant  created by Jimmy Gracia, the resident chef on This Morning and Food Editor for Grazia, but it’s also a bowling alley that puts the fun back in dining. With mouth-watering dishes such as the Parliamentary Pulled Pork and Sticky Bangers it’s difficult to choose whether to have delicious platters served right to your lane, or to tuck into two courses in the diner itself. Either way, Jimmy’s food is sure to be a highlight of your outing. We suggest the bowling winner doesn’t have to fork out for the bill!

Pharmacy, Lambeth

Located within Newport Street Gallery in Vauxhall, South London, Pharmacy 2 is Damien Hirst's restaurant, launched in collaboration with Mark Hix. Decorated in his signature style this restaurant is not only fun in itself but it’s location guarantees you with a great experience seeing the latest exhibit at the Newport Gallery before or after your meal.  

Circus, Covent Garden

Circus has been inspired by its vibrant theatre-land surroundings; not only does it boast an innovative and glamourous menu you can also be entertained by skilled performers as they twirl magically in suspended hoops whilst you enjoy your meal. It’s a one stop shop for dinner and a show!

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