Are you looking for an out-of-the-ordinary venue for your next party in London? Do you want your guests to celebrate right in the middle of something fun, whimsical and memorable? If so, then you've come to the right place! Here on Tagvenue, we provide you with a curated list of quirky restaurants – unusual places that offer the subtle and not-so-subtle touches that make each dining experience so much better! Add a little sparkle to your next event by choosing one of these outstanding venues instead of your average joint. Get your search started by narrowing down your choices early with our smart filter and then book your new quirky restaurant experience right away!
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When hunting for a quirky restaurant in London, it helps to start with some idea of the kind of venue you want. Are you focused on the food, atmosphere, or entertainment? Or perhaps all three? Most of your obvious choices will be found in the centre of London, north of the Thames. Marylebone, Faringdon and Covent Garden are chock full of restaurants and exciting venues for the open-minded. Widen your search keep your most desired feature in mind, and be prepared to read up on the restaurant to make sure you have found what you need.
A quirky restaurant is one in which your expectations will be subverted and the normal trappings of fine dining are altered in strange and delicious ways. This can include surprising settings, unusual menus, fantastic dinner shows and just an overall sense that the usual commonplace eating experience has been replaced by something delightful and new.
When hiring this type of venue there are a few key things to keep in mind. First, if you discover one that seems perfect for your needs, book early. These types of singular venues tend to fill up quickly, so make sure you have a table when you need it. Also, particular types of these venues may have age restrictions, so double-check for your younger guests. Finally, if there are any particulars that are important to the interests of your party - find them out early. For example, make sure you clear up any questions about food allergies or dietary restrictions ahead of time.
Depending on factors such as popularity, location, and prestige, prices for quirky restaurant hire will fall anywhere between £90 to £110+ per person. But many places may also charge on a minimum spend basis – expect prices from £250 to £5000+. Hourly rates, on the other hand, average around £260 to £460+. However, these are the general prices, so it’s best if you ask the venue manager for an individual offer that is tailored to your individual requirements.(All data from Tagvenue.com.)
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