At Heddon Street Kitchen, groups of six to 10 can opt for a five-course meal (£50pp) of Halloween-themed dishes like crispy pigs’ ears with red onion chutney, and beef tartare served on a polished bone with bloody mary rose sauce.
Seated adjacent to the kitchen, guests will be able to interact with chefs too. A bubbling Witch’s Pipe cocktail of Barcardi Carta Blanca Rum and activated charcoal completes the offering.
Bread Street Kitchen has an equally on-theme menu – a chocolate fondant dessert oozes out red cherry sauce and the black garlic in the braised veal shin dish is sure to keep vampires away. Here you can book tickets at the communal table for a supper-club feel (£50pp), or groups of eight or more can opt for their own table and three-course menus for £37pp.
The Gordon Ramsay Group really loves pulling out all the stops for seasonal dinner parties. Check out another of its restaurants – Union Street Café – to see what it’s got in place for Christmas dos.