If you prefer your Halloween treats in the form of devilishly delicious dishes and bewitchingly brilliant cocktails, then look no further. Here are some great places to dine and drink in the capital this Halloween and enjoy some ghoulish-inspired treats:

1. For Pumpkin Brûlée: Cinnamon Soho

Cinnamon Soho - Pumpkin Brulee with Carom Seed Shortbread

The modern lively Indian restaurant in Soho is just a stone’s throw away from Carnaby Street; offering fresh and seasonal cuisine which combines modern Indian fare with an unexpected nod to British favourites. The design retains Cinnamon’s sleek style, but with a sexy Soho twist. This season, they have a special pumpkin brûlée dish with carom seed shortbread on their menu. Available until Feb 2016.

Book The Cinnamon Soho now here

5 Kingly Street, London, W1B 5PF – 020 7437 1664

2. For Pumpkin Soup: London House

London House pumpkin soup

London House‘s head chef Anna Haugh is serving up a spooky a la carte menu on the last week of October, including a pumpkin and ginger soup followed by crispy pork belly with colcannon and mini candied apples. Crème brulee with a blood apple filling will be on offer to finish up this spooky meal. The festive menu is available from 27th October to 1st November.

Book London House now here

7-9 Battersea Square, SW11 3RA – 020 7592 8545

3. For Pumpkin Cocktails: Dirty Martini

Dirty Martini spiced pumpkin flip 2

This Halloween, Dirty Martini is summoning the daring characters of Clapham, Islington and Monument to join them for an evening of dangerous dancing, devilishly delicious cocktails and bewitching entertainment at the official Dirty Martini Halloween Party. This Halloween they will be serving the Spiced Pumpkin Flip; a delicious rum based cocktail bursting with gingerbread and cinnamon flavours with a citrus twist, all served in a Viitta Coupette cocktail glass.

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4. For Pumpkin Dim Sum: Yauatcha Soho

Yautcha - Roast Duck & Punmpkin Puffs

Yauatcha Soho, located in the heart of vibrant London, is an all-day dim sum teahouse offering a wide selection of modern authentic dim sum alongside European patisserie and an extensive range of teas, wine and cocktails. This month, as part of their dim sum menu, they are serving up roast duck and pumpkin puffs. Each charming piece is like a miniature Cinderella’s pumpkin coach.

Book Yauatcha now here

15-17 Broadwick Street, Soho, W1F 0DL – 020 7494 8888

5. For Smashing Pumpkins: Bread Street Kitchen

BSK Smashing Pumpkin

Tucked away in the shadows of St Paul’s Cathedral, this restaurant has a distinct New York vibe, complete with two bustling bars. Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen serves up an array of spectacular dishes inspired from all round the globe. This Halloween they have introduced The Smashing Pumpkin cocktail; a concoction of pumpkin syrup, fresh lemon, mint and served in a mini pumpkin.  Available from 26th October to 5th November.

Book Bread Street Kitchen now here

10 Bread Street, London, EC4M 9AJ – 0203 030 4050