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he Shoreditch House is a huge building taking up 5 floors. The ground floor is a restaurant, the 2 next ones are part of the Hotel and the 2 top floors are where we were at. A few bars, lounge areas, restaurant, pizzeria, pool tables, dancefloor… Yep, it has it all and it’s pretty huge. The top floor might be our favourite thanks to its huge pool and outdoor area. Click here to see our review of Shoreditch House.
Purl Cocktail Bar
First of all, we like the fact that this was one of the firsts! One that would have been part of the speakeasy movement in London. Credits to them for being part of that! Then, the décor is great: it feels like what the old days in London would have been like: brick walls, dimmed lights, leather chesterfields, low tables and low ceilings. This venue was just made to host some delightful live jazz music to help set this vintage vibe going on. A romantic date or a catch up with some friends, you will find a bit of both in this secret little gem. Click here to see our review of Purl.
Just like Nightjar and Dandelyan, the Oriole Bar has a small stage to host some live bands every night. They are all from the same family so obviously share some strong genes: the art that goes into their cocktails! And some differences: their identity. Similar to Nightjar, Oriole has this ‘speakeasy’ feel: just showing up is not really an option and you will find the bar thanks to a small queue that builds up in front. Click here to see our review of Oriole.
The Electric Cinema
It always feels very special when we get to go there. Being one of the oldest cinemas in London, The Electric has kept its original décor and it’s just full of character! As soon as you walk into the cinema room, you go on a journey back in time. Red velvet armchairs, some large sofas to lie on, small round tables to separate seating areas and old vintage lamps… you get the idea. They set a perfect ambiance to enjoy your cinema experience at its maximum. Click here to see our review of The Electric Cinema.
With 4 bars in this Mayfair establishment, this venue is equipped for whatever the occasion. From michelin star dining to different themed bars, you will enjoy the live muisc and DJs whichever night you decide to go!.The Parlour bar offers 90s decadence, The Glade bar has an enchanted forest theme; The East bar is ultra modern and stylish and The Gallery Bar being the one of decadence and opulance, all different types of atmosphere to indluge the night away… Click here to see our review of Sketch.
Ours is a recent restaurant/ bar in London, meaning that their decoration and interior design is very modern, trendy and refreshing. Famous for their long entrance: you almost feel like you are on a catwalk as you walk down their 50m long white lit, white bricks and wooden structure corridor. You haven’t even seen the place yet but this big entrance has already made quite an impression. Click here to see our review of Ours.
Duck & Waffle
Duck and Waffle is located on the 40th floor of Heron Tower. Within a short walk from Liverpool Street station and up a set of lifts you are presented with one of the best views of London you will see. A must go if you want cocktails with a view! Amazingly Duck & Waffle is open 24 hours a day, so if you fancy a late late night drink you will not find a place in London with a better view.. Click here to see our review of Duck & Waffle
Copper golden bar, high retro bar chairs, small tables, and a long onyx table, the grand interior design is a reminder to what this place used to be: London’s first licensed casino. The decoration is as glamourous as you can imagine it to be and the drinks accompany this ambiance. Click here to see our review of Christopher's.
As they describe themselves, Dishoom is ‘an old Irani café that made a long trip from Bombay in 1970 to London in 2012’. As some of you may know, in the beginning of the 20th century, every street of Bombay was home to Irani cafés. Well if you didn’t know you were in London and we were now in 2018; you would probably think you’re in one of those in Bombay! Click here to see our review of Dishoom.
Dimmed lights, a mix of hip-hop, funk and soul in the background, signature cocktails and meat on the bone is what you get. Dirty Bones seems to be a winner! Click here to see our review of Dirty Bones.