Your Halloween Restaurant Guide 2019

Spooky Venues for a frighteningly good meal

Venue: City Social – The Upmarket Option

On Friday 1st November from 7pm to late, Jason Atherton’s City Social will host The Tower of Terror – an immersive Halloween experience in their skyline bar – Social 24 – overlooking floor-to-ceiling views of key landmarks across the City of London. Inspired by the mystic world of London’s Victorian Apothecary, Social 24 will play host to the darker side of London. Society in this other-world no longer conform to the rules that we understand. With a live DJ and immersive performers, including contortionists and a tarot reader, join them for a night you will never forget. Tickets are available from Design My Night here.

Address: Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London, EC2N 1HQ


Venue: Chino Latino – Día de los Muertos

Back by popular demand, this November, award-winning Pan-Asian restaurant and Latin bar Chino Latino will be celebrating Day of the Dead by hosting an exclusive four course tasting menu experience. The innovative menu will be available for a three day long celebration of this popular Mexican date. Executive Chef, Werner Seebach, will take guests on a culinary journey with dishes that have a Latin American influence with touches of Mexican ingredients and flavours, which will be closed off with a stunning Passion fruit cheesecake skull designed with edible flowers.

Address: 18 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TJ


Venue: It’s Pleat – The Ghoully Shake

This Halloween, shoppers can get into the spooky spirit with the help of H&M owned café, It’s Pleat, who this year will be creating the most extravagant, ghoulie Halloween milkshake. Expect a spookavaganza shake, with a base of frozen mango, beetroot juice and oat drink, flavoured with blueberries and matcha chocolate, topped off with whipped cream, matcha powdered popcorn and a candy skewer, available alongside It’s Pleat range of delicious treats.

Address: 208 Regent Street / Westfield White City


Venue: Shoryu Ramen

This October, Shoryu Ramen, have partnered with popular Japanese character and Hello Kitty’s friend, Gudetama, the laid back egg that likes nothing more than to chill out. The Hakata ramen noodle specialists are celebrating Halloween with a special pop-up haunted house experience and frightfully delicious three course set menu featuring an orange pumpkin bun, bone-in pork rib ramen and chillingly cute graveyard chocolate mousse to name just a few! The set menu is priced at £24 per person, available from 1st October to 3rd November exclusively at Shoryu New Oxford Street and highlights include a Pumpkin Croquette Bun (v); Dracula Tonkotsu Ramen with caramelised black garlic mayu; and Gudetama Graveyard Chocolate Mousse with blood cherry sauce.

Address: 80-110 New Oxford St, Fitzrovia, London WC1A 1HB