If you are stuck for ideas on where to go on a fun date in London look no further. Here at SWEXPERTS we have compiled a list of 5 quirky places to take you date this Summer. We guarantee your date will be impressed.
Cereal Killer Cafe
Cereal Killer Cafe is the UK’s first speciality cereal cafe and they are OBSESSED with everything cereal. They sell over 120 different types from all around the world, offering you a serious sugar rush. Cereal Killer Cafe is a great date option for breakfast, lunch and even dinner. Yes that’s right, cereal for dinner! The nostalgic cafe displays hundreds of pieces of memorabilia from the 80’s and 90’s meaning that there will be so much to look at that there shouldn’t be any awkward, uncomfortable silences.
Attendant Coffee Shop
Formerly a Victorian Public Toilet, now a high quality, charming coffee shop. It had been dormant for more than 50 years, until it received a spectacular upgrade and now offers a cosy seating area along with some of the original features. It’s a great place to take a date for a spot of light lunch or just a chat over coffee. This cafe is certainly worth spending a penny in…
Secret London are an online guide to the hidden corners of the exciting city that is London. Their website offers viewers the opportunity to browse pages at random and find hidden surprises which could potentially be just around the corner. Getting stuck for date ideas will be a thing of the past.
Flamingo Pier run themed nights throughout the summer, where guests can enjoy the best street food and drinks, whilst dancing to DJ’s on a floating pontoon and canal boat. Sounds pretty great to us! This pop up summer event opens on the first Friday of the month from May till October 2015, 6pm – 2am. It’s the perfect place to relax in the sun and then later under the stars and show your date a crazy good time.
Frank’s is a summer time pop up bar which is situated on top of a multi-story car park in Peckham. Treat your date to some delicious cocktails and then later cuddle up with them to watch an epic sunset whilst looking out at the London panorama. Our only advice is to get there before 7pm to guarantee entrance as it’s a very popular spot.