Some people say Halloween is for children, others see it as an opportunity to have some fun. If dressing up isn’t for you, we have found three foodie events to suit any Londoner.



We love eating at Cinnamon, Soho. It’s an opulent spot where you can eat flawless Indian food and sip on creative cocktails.

So if you find yourself craving some kind of shock-arrific feast this All Hallow’s Eve, we recommend their limited edition “Body Bites” menu, available throughout this week. The menu is adventurous but a little bit brave and we like that! It’s got us excited!

You will find the following on the ‘Body Bites’ menu:

Devilled duck heart: crunchy grilled duck hearts crusted with crushed coriander and chilli, served with hot garlic chutney
Oxtail samosa: slow cooked oxtail and onion in homemade samosa pastry, caper lime raita and tamarind chutney
The brain burger: meaty deep-fried lambs’ brains topped with crunchy onion rings, sliced tomatoes, salad, masala wedges and a coriander chutney

It’s set to be truly gore-met!


Shoryu Ramen has released an adorable Halloween themed menu this week. Their spooky Ghost Buns come filled with succulent char siu pork, which had a delectable hint of barbecue that combined perfectly with the fluffy, light-as-air buns. Their presentation alone will get you in the Halloween spirit.

Their ‘Dracula Ramen’ follows. Don’t worry, there’s nothing macabre about this dish – in fact, it’s the perfect meal to deter any would-be bloodsuckers. The ramen has been given an added boost from caramelised black garlic mayu, balsamic vinegar and garlic chips. The Tonkotsu ramen is served with pork slices, a tangle of ramen noodles, gooey boiled egg, and a heap of delicious additions like bean sprouts and sesame.

Wash this all down with a ‘pumpkin sour’ cocktail and you’ve got yourself a perfectly spook-tacular evening!


Within the industrial route-66 inspired interior, @Boneyard_LDN have spooked-up their already gory bone marrow burger for this weekends festivities.

The interior could be the setting of a horror film, with reclaimed corrugated iron, and walls covered with reclaimed floorboards from a convent. Between sesame-topped black brioche buns, their bone marrow burger is topped with crispy bacon and laced with a pumpkin hash which is dripping with cheese.

We think it looks scarily good!

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