Roka, Charlotte Street
If you're a Nobu fan, you'll recognise some of these dishes but presented amazingly in a new way and improved by Roka chefs. Come hungry, definitely get the rock shrimp and the black cod and the fondant dessert...then order it all again for seconds.
Average meal for two: £120
To-die-for menu of prime cuts of beef and carbolicious sides to fill you up to the brim. We suggest starting with the potted beef with Yorkshires before sharing one of their chateaubriands. End the night downstairs in the lounge with amazing cocktails.
Average meal for two: £150
Dans le Noir, London
Wait til you try this crazy experience of eating in complete (and we really mean complete) darkness served by blind waiting staff. Various set menus are available and even a 'surprise menu' for the even more daring.
Three course set menu: £145 for two with drink pairing
The Clink Restaurant, Brixton
Dine in an actual operating prison run by actual prisoners who are being trained in cooking and serving techniques. Since the restaurant is inside the walls of the prison, some rules apply so we advise checking out the website and preparing in advance for your visit.
Michelin-starred British dining with a set menu, these impeccable dishes will ensure you try ingredients you never thought you'd enjoy. Say yes to the beer/wine/sake drinks flight that complements the courses perfectly.
Full story: £200 for two. Drink pairing: £140 for two.