Whether you’re enjoying fresh fish in Cornwall, a Mexican meal in Manchester or a light lunch in London, there are plenty of restaurants who are willing to make your experience a little more memorable. So here’s a look at ten of the quirkiest restaurants in the UK!
Eating a sandwich in a toilet might not sound like the most hygienic idea, but Attendant in Fitzrovia is actually based in a disused WC from the 1960s. Thankfully it seems like they’ve given it a good clean so that you can enjoy your vanilla-dipped French toast whilst staring directly into a pristine white urinal!
Dans Le Noir, London
This chic restaurant in Clerkenwell might take some by surprise. Not only are all of the staff blind, but you’ll have to eat your meal in darkness too!
La Bodega Negra, London
Mexican food has become a massive hit in the UK recently. So what did this Soho-based restaurant do to stand out from the pack? Make the restaurant look like the window of an erotic shop of course!
The Alchemist, Manchester
Not that London has a monopoly on quirkiness. And whilst the Victorian apothecary feel of The Alchemist might be a little off-putting for some, thankfully this spooky restaurant have teamed up with Deliveroo to ensure we can enjoy the delicious food at home without being freaked out by the weird decor!
Allotment Bar, Manchester
Manchester’s Northern Quarter is famous for its unusual delights. And the much-loved Allotment Bar went a step further when they decided to combine a standard restaurant with plenty of wooden plots, gardening tools, and lots of foliage!
The Clink, Cardiff
Have you ever wanted to go to prison for your evening meal? Well you’re in luck as Cardiff’s The Clink restaurant is staffed entirely by prisoners at HMP Cardiff who will serve you up an amazing meal made out of locally grown produce.
Death Row Diner, Liverpool
However, Liverpool’s Death Row Diner have even gone one step further by featuring a menu supposedly made up of last meals for all manner of famous villains!
Hidden Hut, Cornwall
A more tranquil option is to head to the cosy Hidden Hut restaurant on the beautiful Roseland in Cornwall. Whilst you sample crowd-pleasing fresh dishes like lobster and chips, enjoy the views and remember that it was once a coastal lookout hut in WWII! The Hidden Hut Feast Nights they put on throughout the year are extremely popular and tickets sell out fast!
The Cookhouse, Newcastle
It seems that there’s no shortage of imagination when it comes to finding unusual places to have a restaurant. Take the Cookhouse near Newcastle that serves up modern British cuisine from inside two shipping containers!
Cereal Killer Cafe, London
And finally the Cereal Killer Cafe in London has become one of our favourite weird food outlets. Not only do they have an incredible selection of cereals on offer, but they’ve also teamed up with Deliveroo to help us enjoy this tasty treat with unprecedented convenience!