Fright night is upon us, and for those of you that do not fancy going to a club night or fancy dress party, then the restaurants below could be for you.

Here are some Halloween dining experiences for an alternative Fright Night.


This Halloween on Saturday 31st October, The Aeronaut Pub in Acton (which is one of the few pubs in London to houses a circus inside the venue) will be creating a Halloween spooktacular like no other.  They will be going all out with a show that will have you on the edge of your seat with some of the finest circus performers around.   Alongside this we’ll have creepy cocktails, devilishly delicious food and many other spooky surprises!

Aeronaut264 Acton High Street, London, W3 9BH – 0208 993 4242

Trader Vic’s Halloween Party

On Saturday 31st October 2015 Trader Vic’s London will be hosting a Halloween party, transforming the Polynesian bar and restaurant located in London Hilton on Park Lane into a frightfully decadent werewolf’s playground as the ‘Werewolves of London’ descend upon it.

Guests will receive a complimentary cocktail upon arrival, and a ghoulish menu of cocktails and food will be offered.

Although not compulsory, guests are invited to join staff in dressing up for the occasion in their best unearthly attire and to stop by the resident photo booth to capture your efforts; there will be a prize for the best dressed! As well as this, expect the usual Halloween festivities including spine-chilling music offset by the howl of the wolf pack.

Opening Hours – 6.30pm- Late (6.30pm – 10.00pm  free entry and complimentary cocktail)

From 10pm  – £10.00 entry

Trader Vic’s, 22 Park Lane, London, W1K 1BE – 020 7208 4113

Shoryu Ramen

Get in the Halloween spirit this October and head to any Shoryu Ramen branch to feast on Ghost Buns and Dracula Ramen! These buns, each decorated with a ghost like face, will be available from Saturday 24th to Saturday 31st of October, and are available with the following fillings: char siu barbecue pork belly, soy marinated chicken karaage, tiger prawn tempura or grilled halloumi & shimeji mushrooms (£4.50 / £7.50). Alternatively, why not treat yourself and ask for a Wagyu Bun, filled with highly prized, tender, fat marbled beef yakiniku with shiso, daikon and shimeji for £8.50.

The Dracula Tonkotsu will keep Dracula’s at bay, and is available now at all Shoryu locations, with caramelised black garlic mayu and garlic chips on top (£11.90).

SHORYU RAMEN Regent St 9 Regent St London SW1Y 4LR

SHORYU RAMEN Soho 3 Denman Street London W1D 7HA

SHORYU RAMEN Carnaby G3-5 Kingly Court London W1B 5PJ

SHORYU RAMEN Shoryu go 19 Air Street London W1B 5AG

Halloween Ball at The Electric Carousel at The Rah Rah Room

On Saturday 31st October 2015, 8pm-4am, The Electric Carousel at The Rah Rah Room, Piccadilly Circus, will be hosting a Halloween charity ball in aid of Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital Crumlin.

A ticket for the Halloween Ball (£50 + booking fee) at The Rah Rah Room, which is the latest venture brought to you from the creative team behind the iconic Madame JoJo’s, includes entry to one of London’s most stunning and newly refurbished venues, a free Jameson Whiskey drinks reception, sneak preview of Electric Carousel’s famed Cabaret & Burlesque acts, a raffle ticket for your chance to win some great prizes on the night, plus entry to Beat Le Freak Club until 4am, as well as a donation to an unbelievably worthy cause., 215-217 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9HN 020 7734 3040

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