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Our top 5 unusual and interesting places to eat out in London

At Questor we enjoy visiting new places and dining out at unusual restaurants, that’s why we have put together our list of unusual and exciting places to eat out in London. London

  1. Dans Le Noir
    Dan Le Noir gives customers the chance to enlighten their senses and fully focus on the taste and smell of the cuisine by dinning in complete darkness. Dinners are led to their tables and served by blind and visually impaired staff, teaching dinners to enter a new sensory world once they have chosen from 4 mystery menus.

  2. Inamo
    Inamo is an oriental restaurant serving a mix of tantalising flavours from around Asia. Unlike other oriental restaurants Inamo allows customers to order using a touchscreen ordering system which projects images of the dishes on the table. The interactive ordering system doesn’t stop at food, it even lets you book your taxi home!

  3. Ice bar London
    Visit London’s ‘coolest’ bar for an exciting and unusual experience. The bar is -5 Degrees all year round featuring remarkable ice sculptures – even the bar and drinks glasses are made from ice. After your 40 minute session in the ice bar you can warm up in the restaurant and enjoy a tasty treat from the traditional menu.

  4. Cereal killer café
    Have a love for cereals? Why not try London’s first cereal café, located on Brick Lane in London. The café allows customers to choose from a variety of 120 cereals many of which imported from around the world, but don’t stop there you can also choose from 20 toppings and 12 types of milk! We always knew breakfast is the most important meal of the day!

  5. Archipelago
    Archipelago is London’s wildest restaurant serving a range of exotic foods including Crocodile, Zebra, Kangaroo and even Locusts. Don’t panic if you fancy something a bit more traditional there are many other options on the menu which may tickle your taste buds. The restaurant has an exotic and ambient atmosphere decorated with peacock feathers and palm trees.

    Don’t forgot to tweet us your favourite unusual restaurants in London and around the world @questorIns and if you happen to dine in one of our top 5, please let us know what you thought, we’d love to hear about it.

Date Created: 29/01/2015

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