Looking for something different from the mainstream? Then why not shake things up a bit and check out some of the bizarre and surreal places to eat in London. We pick 10 great places at which you can indulge your quirky side and get a good meal.
Initially built in 1890s as a men’s toilet, this Victorian building was closed for more than fifty years and eventually restored as a small café and kitchen. Some of the original features have been preserved, including iron and porcelain urinals, which have been transformed into small booths with stools. Amongst other beverages, this tiny coffee bar offers amazing verbena lemon tea, freshly baked food and serves breakfast and light lunch
The Attendant, 27A Foley Street London, United Kingdom 207 637 37 94