Halloween 2018 Food And Drink In London

Halloween 2018 Food And Drink In London

Eat and drink your way around town this Halloween with these special menus, spooky items and other foodie specials. Looking for other things to on 31 October? Take a look at our guide to Halloween events in London, and horror film screenings taking place around the capital... then keep the spiritual fun going with Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos events.

Flavourtown Bakery's Halloween cupcakes

Flavourtown Bakery Halloween cupcakes: London's best Halloween 2018 food and drink

When it comes to cake design, Flavourtown Bakery never does things by halves, and the Halloween range is no exception. The cupcakes are sold in collections of six, and designs include Zombie Mermaid, Dead Velvet and, our favourite, Unicorn Meat — and the decorations are pretty realistic.

Halloween at Flavourtown Bakery. From £19.50, available to order online for London delivery, or at the Parson's Green Bakery. Available now.

Halloween cupcakes at Lola's Cupcakes

Halloween cupcakes at Lola's Cupcakes: Halloween food in London 2018
Halloween cupcakes at Lola's Cupcakes

Iced pumpkins, bat cupcakes, eyeballs and haunted gravestones all feature in the beautifully designed Halloween range from Lola's Cupcakes. Cupcakes are available in store, and larger Halloween cakes are available to order.

Lola's Cupcakes, Camden Market and other venues around London. Cupcakes £3.20 each, available 1-31 October

Mud pie at Rudy's Dirty Vegan Diner, Camden

Rudy's Dirty Vegan Diner Mud Pie: best Halloween food in London

The Mississippi Mud Pie at this completely vegan restaurant has had a spooky makeover for the Halloween season, which sees it topped with (vegan) yummy worms and a gravestone dedicated to Rudy's.

Rudy's Dirty Vegan Diner. £4, available 1-31 October

Pumpkin 5 Spice ice cream at Chin Chin Labs

Chin Chin Pumpkin 5 spice ice cream

Both the Camden and Soho branches of this revolutionary ice cream shop are stocking a new flavour: Pumpkin 5 Spice. It's completely vegan, and can be topped with crunchy worms for an extra cost.

Chin Chin Labs, Camden and Soho. From £4.45 (without topping), available 1-31 October

Pumpkin Spiked Latte at Barts, Chelsea

Pumpkin Spiked Latte at Barts - best Halloween food and drink in London

No, that's not a typo. This Chelsea cocktail bar is serving up its own, boozy twist on the Pumpkin Spiced Latte trend. Think original PSL, with added Tia Maria and pumpkin pie spice-infused Grey Goose vodka.

Pumpkin Spiked Latte at Barts. £13, available from 10 October throughout the autumn season.

Stranger Things menu at All Star Lanes

Stranger Things Halloween menu at All Star Lanes - Halloween food and drink in London

All Star Lanes bowling alleys add a Stranger Things twist to their menu, including The Stranger Pin burger (beef burger with Monterey Jack cheese, guacamole and Bloody Mary relish, served in a bloody red bun), with Terror Tots (potato tots with Bloody Mary relish).

Themed drinks include The Shadow Shake (topped with cream, white chocolate and a gummy eyeball), the Upside Down cocktail, and The Eleven (Bacardi Oakheart rum, Midori, Aperol and almond syrup.)

Package £30-£35 includes burger, side, shake, cocktail and a game of bowling, available 10 October-4 November

Midnight Apothecary Halloween Spooktacular

Halloween at Midnight Apothecary - Halloween food and drink in London
Halloween at Midnight Apothecary

Midnight Apothecary is one of our favourite cocktail bars, perched in a gorgeous garden on top of the Brunel Museum. The summer season may be over, but it's got a one-night Halloween special planned. Of course, there's a special cocktail menu, including The Bitter Pumpkin, Mr Hyde Potion and Peary Scary Brandy Punch, along with apple bobbing, toasted marshmallows and plenty of carved pumpkins.

£5, book ahead, 27 October

Once Upon A Nightmare at Konditor & Cook

Halloween at Konditor & Cook - Halloween food and drink in London

Gingerbread zombies (self explanatory) and poison jammers (jammy biscuits) are just some of the spooky snacks being added to the Konditor & Cook menu temporarily. If you go all out for Halloween, the larger celebration cakes are being given a Halloween twist, with Bloody Curly Wurly or Poison Apple Curly Wurly cakes available to order.

Available from 15 October

Haunted dips at HipChips, Soho

Hipchips Halloween dips - the best Halloween food and drink 2018 in London

This restaurant specialising in chips and dips has thrown some new dips into the mix for Halloween. Frankenstein's Vile Bile is a mash-up of peas and feta, while Dracula’s Sweet Blood Infusion features white chocolate dip with a raspberry jam. The RIP (Rest In Pumpkin) is made from sweet pumpkin puree topped with with graveyard soil — AKA brownie crumbs.

Available throughout October

Halloween cocktail at Dirty Bones

Lil Pump(kin) cocktail at Dirty Bones - Halloween food and drink 2018
Lil Pump(kin) cocktail at Dirty Bones

Dirty Bones' spooky cocktail for 2018 is the Lil Pump(kin), a riff on the classic Ramos Fizz with a rum base and pumpkin spiced twist, finished with a surprise up top.

Available at all Dirty Bones, 26 October-4 November 2018.

Black pittas at The Athenian

Greek food gets in on the at with black pittas and spicy red feta dip being served at all branches of The Athenian.

Available 29-31 October

Pleasure vs. Pain at Little Blue Door, Fulham

Little Blue Door Fulham Halloween Supperclub - Halloween food and drink in London
The interior of Little Blue Door

Fulham's Little Blue Door bar (reincarnation of Notting Hill's now-closed Little Yellow Door) hosts a five course supperclub on the theme of pain. Oxford’s Professor of Food Psychology, Charles Spence, was involved in designing the menu, so it's more scientific than your average gimmicky Halloween night out. Through the five courses, discover where your own fine line between pleasure and pain sits.

£45, book ahead, 31 October-2 November 2018

Halloween at Peggy Porschen

The famously pink bakery in Belgravia has a few 'Pumpkin and Pearls' themed offerings for October, including ghost biscuits, sugar skull cookies, golden apple cupcakes, acorn meringues and spiced pumpkin cupcakes.

From £4.50, just turn up, until 31 October 2018

Skullerfly menu at M Threadneedle Street

Skullerfly menu at M Threadneedle Street - special Halloween menu
Skullerfly menu at M Threadneedle Street

M's Executive Chef Mike Reid has created a menu available on request, tying in with the restaurant's current Skullerfly art exhibition.

Dishes on the menu include Bones — Wagyu ox cheek paired with a bone broth and bone marrow potatoes in a bespoke skull bowl — and Chocolate Swarm, a salted chocolate tart representing a swarm of butterflies, served with almond ice cream.

£39.50, limited availability, booking required, 10 October-10 November

Crosstown Doughnuts' Halloween Dough Bites

 Crosstown Doughnuts Halloween 2018: best Halloween food in London
Crosstown Doughnuts

Crosstown's popular Dough Bites — small pieces of dough filled with jam — will have Halloween designs added to them for one day only.

Crosstown Doughnuts, £2 each, available 31 October only

Bloody sausages and beer at German Kraft

Halloween menu at German Kraft: Halloween 2018 food and drink in London
Halloween menu at German Kraft

German Kraft beer brewery at Mercato Metorpolitano is serving up a Halloween due: a smoky beer paired with a scarlet red blutwurst (blood sausage) for £10.

Available 5.30pm-close, 31 October only

KakiGORY at Honi Poke

 KakiGORY at Honi Poke - Halloween 2018 food in London
KakiGORY at Honi Poke

Both branches of Honi Poke are serving up a twist on Kakigore — a Japanese shaved ice dessert. KakiGORY is smothered in strawberry syrup for a rather more gory look than usual. Sounds delish though.

Honi Poke, £4.95, available 31 October only

Last Updated 16 October 2018

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