It is National Eating Out/In Week! If you’re eating out this week, why not pick somewhere a bit different. If it’s a new experience you’re after, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite unusual restaurants from across the country.
Quite possibly the most unusual of our unusual restaurants, Dans Le Noir takes a unique yet surprisingly simple idea, and executes it perfectly. Dans Le Noir is located in Clerkenwell, near to the heart of the city and can seat up to 60s guest in its pitch black dining room, the tables are served by blind waiters, able to navigate the tables with their naturally attuned hearing.
Part restaurant, part cocktail bar and part cabaret, Covent Garden’s Circus is an immersive dining experience where diners can enjoy their pan Asian menu, surrounded by the stylish and surreal interior and complimentary cabaret style entertainment.
This really does what it says on the tin-Soho’s Garlic and Shots is home to an entirely garlic saturated menu, as well as an impressive collection of 101 shots, including the now famous Bloodshot, a mix of vodka, tomato juice, garlic and chilli.
Alma De Cuba is a Latin American restaurant set inside a fantastically renovated former catholic church in the heart of Liverpool. They even do a Sunday brunch service accompanied by a live gospel choir.
Blackfriars, one of Newcastle’s most famous restaurants, is set inside an old dominican friary dating back to 1239. Alongside their standard menu Blackfriars hosts several medieval theme banquets throughout the year, allowing guests to experience a sumptuous medieval feast, complete with themed menu and entertainment in a candlelit hall.