6 London Dining Experiences for Under £50

6 London Dining Experiences for Under £50: 

Fancy a trip to London but are hesitant about the sky-high prices? If you are planning a weekend away to the UK’s capital this year, there are plenty of ways to have a good a time without breaking the bank, including dining experiences. Use the following guide to find a new, quirky restaurant with a little extra something to suit your budget.



Dans le Noir?


This restaurant with a twist in Clerkenwell Green definitely has the novelty factor. As well as serving culinary treats, the restaurant also prides itself as a sensory experience. Basically everything you do, from eating and drinking to listening to music and talking is all done in the pitch black. After being delicately seated by blind waiters, guests can then feast on high-quality meals from a secret menu. Expect to pay £42 for a two course surprise meal.

Kempton Park Panoramic Restaurant


Take a quick trip on the train from London to the Kempton Park race course to dine in style with picture perfect views of the course and Grandstand from three tiers above. After an enjoyable day out at the races with hopefully a few winning tickets, treat yourselves to a seasonal menu created by the Kempton Park chefs and watch all the action. A two course meal is priced at £43 on a standard race day; however this does not include the price of the race day ticket.


Medieval Banquet


Bask in all things medieval at the aptly named Medieval Banquet along the River Thames with Tower Bridge close by. Two adults and two children can feast here for £110. Alongside a full, traditional spread, dancers, performances and live music celebrating the area’s history all make for an enjoyable evening.


Supper Club


This Notting Hill restaurant is very much focused on providing a unique experience for its guests and creating a relaxed and fun atmosphere in the process. One of its main talking points is its dinner-served-in-bed experience. Oversize white beds line the walls for guests whilst entertainment, music and dancing plays out in the middle of the room. Visitors can revel in a full evening of high-quality food and spontaneity at £49.50 per person.




Voulpte on Norwich Street is decadence personified. The burlesque and cabaret restaurant/bar is more Moulin Rouge than cosmopolitan London. This is a perfect location for a night out with the girls or to celebrate a special occasion. A quintessentially British afternoon tea teamed with a raunchy show is available at £49.




This friendly little venue in Holborn is built on the very site on which the game of ping-pong was first patented in 1901. Therefore the game of table tennis that we all know today has its roots in the Bounce premises! Today, diners can choose from a relaxed menu of sharing boards, pizzas and mains for an inexpensive price – its most expensive sharing board is £14.50. However, the main attraction and the reason for its uniqueness are Bounce’s 13 bespoke ping-pong tables for a bit of spontaneous action before or after your meal.