London's Best Restaurants for Stag and Hen Dos
All In London's list of London's best Restaurants for Stag and Hen Dos
You've got the L-plates/ fake inflatable boobs ready and you're all tanked up on booze… all that's left is to line your stomach with a bit of fodder before you head out to get that all important picture of your bride/ groom gripping off with a stranger so that you can embarrass them on facebook. At this point a cosy chin-wag over froie gras and a 1978 Chateau Latour at a Michelin-starred eatery is precisely not what the doctor ordered. Unless your doctor is the doctor from Back To The Future, of course… because let's face it – he was a bit of a mental.
What you're looking for now is a huge row of tables and benches serving mountains of nutritionally poor/ beer soaking grub preferably to a backing-track of Black Lace's Agadoo.
So don that pink veil and furry handcuffs, sit back and devour our list of the very best restaurants for stag and hen do that London has to offer.
Smollensky's On The Strand
105 Strand WC2R 0AARegion:
Covent Garden Nearest Station:
Charing Cross (0.2 miles)
Both hens and stags can benefit from a special party menu of filling steaks, burgers and sharing platters. The venue is centrally located and there’s a daily happy hour if you’re simply after a convenient place to eat and drink.
25 Lisle Street WC2H 7BARegion:
Chinatown Nearest Station:
This restaurant in the heart of Chinatown specialises in dim sum and karaoke. A minimum of 10 people can dine in one of the private rooms, all fully equipped for you to sing along to your favourite hits.
9 Norwich Street EC4A 1EJRegion:
The City Nearest Station:
Chancery Lane (0.1 miles)
Volupté’s basement cabaret offers burlesque shows and an à la carte menu, alternatively at weekends there is afternoon tea with “teapots” filled with cocktails. A glamorous hen party option.
Bavarian Beerhouse Old Street
190 City Road EC1V 2QHRegion:
The City Nearest Station:
Old Street (0.2 miles)
Plentiful beer, meat on the menu and girls dressed in dirndls, but before you accuse us of stereotyping let us tell you that Bavarian Beerhouse offer hen do packages (in addition to stags of course) that include champagne and a personal waiter dressed in lederhosen.
Parker Street (Corner of Drury Lane) WC2B 5PWRegion:
Holborn Nearest Station:
Holborn (0.1 miles)
Stodgy treats like “pao de queijo” and sausages cooked in cachaça are ideal for soaking up the booze at this Brazilian venue, which has a dancefloor for you to test out your Latin moves.
23 - 24 Greek Street W1D 4DZRegion:
Soho Nearest Station:
Leicester Square (0.1 miles)
This Lebanese restaurant in Soho has stag and hen packages that include belly dancers, and the very brave may even want to attempt a belly dancing lesson.
91 - 93 Great Eastern Street EC2A 3HZRegion:
Shoreditch Nearest Station:
Old Street (0.1 miles)
Brazilian cocktails and tapas are on offer at this colourful Shoreditch venue, which also has live music, comedy nights and clubnights featuring hip hop, dubstep, house and Latin music.
59 Berkeley Square W1J 6ERRegion:
Mayfair Nearest Station:
Green Park (0.1 miles)
If it’s a glitzy West End soiree you’re after, Babble is just the ticket. There’s comfort food, a wide selection of Champagne and cocktails, and the staff can help you plan your party. If you’re lucky you might even spot the odd celeb. A sister venue, Babble City, recently opened near Liverpool Street.
25 Newman Street W1T 1PNRegion:
Fitzrovia Nearest Station:
Goodge Street (0.2 miles)
This basement bar looks dark and atmospheric initially, but don’t be fooled, it’s a cheerful drinking den with Scandinavian-inspired cocktails and typically Nordic fare like Swedish meatballs and Smorgasbord selections. Parts of the venue can be reserved for party groups.
Chalk Farm Road NW1 8AHRegion:
Camden Nearest Station:
Camden Town (0.2 miles)
This lavish restaurant is a hit with hen and stag parties, as after dinner guests can head to the bar or to the dancefloor for a boogie. The Pan-Asian menu is very good, and the exotic surroundings are not easily forgotten.