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London’s best kept secret: Little Quiet by Disappearing Dining Club

Little Quiet is the brainchild of pop-up restaurant specialists Disappearing Dining Club. The restaurant tucked away in a small side street near Barbican, only seats 16 guests and takes up residence in an abandoned wine cellar.

The Disappearing Dining Club has become notorious on the London food scene for offering simply stunning dishes and eating experiences but not without its unorthodox and bizarre interiors. Guests can enjoy 2, 3, or 6 courses of European food, with each dish having had a slight Scandinavian twist added to it.

For the Londoners seeking a new dining experience, Little Quiet is the end of that journey. Open only Wednesday to Saturdays evenings from 6 pm the ever-changing seasonal menu offers what we think is great dining at great London value.

Little Quiet is located at 24-26 Newbury Street, EC1A 7HU and can be booked here. The menu is two, three or six courses, and includes a welcome drink, for £32, £37 or £47 per person.  Food, wine, and drinks menus change and evolve each week.

 

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