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18 Foodie Date Ideas In London

For food lovers everywhere.

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2. Grab a coffee to go, and take a walk

Choose a coffee spot and then stretch your legs.

Here are some breathtaking walks to choose from.

4. Do a cheese tasting at La Cave

Forget booze tasting, get stuck into some cheese. Tastings cost £25 per person and are paired with wines.


6. Go for a boozy brunch at New Street Grill

New Street Grill

With options like a sausage, bacon and maple-syrup waffle, or a full English, you can tuck in. From £12, plus an additional £15 per person for prosecco refills.

Don't fancy heading East? Here are some other great places to try.


10. Chat over a bread making masterclass at Paul

At £75 per person, it's not the cheapest option, but you do get a lot of bang for your buck.

You're welcomed with refreshments, then you learn how to knock back four different types of dough. While the bread is baking, there are charcuterie and cheese platters, with drinks. Once the bread is baked, you get dough to practice at home, as well as an apron and a baker's kit to keep.

11. Settle in for cocktails at BYOC


Bring a bottle of whatever you like (from gin to Chambord) and the team will use it to create cocktails for you. It costs £25 per person, for two hours.

If you'd rather order from a menu, what about a different underground bar?


13. Bond over a pasta-making class at Recipease

Take a class in the light and airy recipease, and concentrate on filling your ravioli, rather than on potentially awkward conversation.

Classes vary, but the pasta one is £50 per person, and lasts an hour and half.

14. Snuggle up with a pint by a fireplace

Can't decide which pub to choose? Here are our recommendations.


17. Go wine-tasting at Vinoteca

Tutored tastings cost from £25 per person, and you can visit five different locations (Chiswick, Farringdon, Soho, King's Cross, Marylebone). Delightful.