The Indytute handpick and curate all our London experiences, they are all tried and tested and run by people that love what they do. Here are our best selling foody gift experiences you really should try.... thoughtful birthday experience gifts to creating memories together.
This divine Indian restaurant is by chef Vivek Singh. Author of three best-selling cookbooks. You may have spotted him on BBC's Saturday Kitchen or Celebrity Masterchef. To build up an appetite, discover iconic Battersea Power Station on this self-guided audio tour. To take this experience to the next level we recommend arriving by Thames Clipper that will take you right up to the front door (well nearly!) A best selling Indytute gift experience.
Gourmet (and we don't use that word lightly) dining experience on a beautiful canal boat. Cruise through Regent's Park, traveling right through London Zoo while eating 5 courses including the most delicious seafood. You could go extra boaty and spend the night on Velvet Morning moored nearby.
You won't find this experience anywhere else, a bar crawl for wine with experts meeting you at every stop. There are four surprising stops, a glass of wine at each bar and small sharing plates at the beginning and the end. A brilliant date night!
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ "We had a great evening, the stops were friendly, the wine excellent & the food tasty! Such a lovely way to see a different part of London & be introduced into some new wines!"
At just £50 for 2 this gift experience ticks a lot of boxes. The main one being CHEESE and lots of it. You'll start with three British pieces of cheese, paired with wine and finish on a gooey cheese fondue at the super cool, Cheese Bar in Camden. Another date night winner or a fantastic gift for your friend at the office.
A guided tour of London on a bus?! That's not very 'Indytute' you cry.... and we are the first to put our hands up and say that lunch on a bus wouldn't be our first choice of restaurant BUT this experience really is excellent and all three courses extremely tasty. Even the most jaded Londoner will come away with a new insight into the tourist attractions that they have taken for granted for years.