You Can Now Eat Inside An Actual Lighthouse In London

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Erith Lighthouse is hosting a summer of foodie events on the riverfront in a polycarbonate pop-up lighthouse.

This whimsical structure has taken up residence on Erith’s Riverside – and Erith Pier from 7th September – and it’s hosting a series of food based events and community skills workshops and talks.

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It’s probably the only reason you’ll ever travel to Erith, a riverside town in the London Borough of Bexley (south-east London). And when we say south-east we mean south east. Seriously, if you hit Dartford you’ve only gone 15 minutes too far. Eeek.

However, we admire their pioneering spirit, so if you feel like heading all the way out there we recommend you go and have a gander. Their three-course guest chef dinners cost £25-£30 per person and must be booked in advance. You can check out their calendar of future events, and have a look at what’s for dinner, on their full events programme here.

Unfortunately, three of the remaining five dinners are already sold out, but, if you hurry, you can nab yourselves a seat at the final two supper clubs – featuring guest dinners from chef Adam Rawson and Tiny Leaf – by booking online here.

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Lily Frohlich

Lily Frohlich

Lily fell in love with London after visiting the Natural History Museum on a day-trip from Bristol (aged four) and she’s never looked back. She’s a sucker for smashed avo’ and poached egg on toast, and she just can’t help herself from frequently posting pictures of her food on Instagram.