I wasn't that impressed with the London Cocktail Club. It's not that bad, but I feel there's a lot better cocktail places here in London (Nightjar, 69 Colebrooke Row, The Experimental Cocktail Club ...)
I had an Old Fashioned, a Golden Boy, a London Calling and something else. Like I said, they weren't bad but I've simply had better (and I'm no cocktail-snob as all, mostly drink only beer...more
I'm really disappointed in this place. My friend had her 30th birthday here 3 years ago and it was great. Well made cocktails, wasn't your average bog standard commercial cocktails, they experimented and the food was in a sense posh nosh light bites.
I went back there recently and it has gone way down hill.
It's lost it's speciality appeal and the food menu has become very average generic...more
I'm probably the worst person to go out and have a drink with, because I know nothing about alcohol and will always go for the girly drinks, especially since I don't really like the taste of alcohol.
But I really loved this place for 2 reasons:
1 - they have a fun and extensive list of creative cocktails, a little something for everyone!
2 - They played tons of tunes from the 80s and...more
Popped in for a quick drink, and we really did have just one drink. Really nice spot though! Most of the tables were occupied when we came in and they said the rest were booked so we just stood at the bar. Fortunately it wasn't packed at the time.
Reasonably extensive cocktail menu. I'm not sure of the exact drink I had but it was a gin based drink that also featured prosecco and was...more
I have to tell you about this place! I have been here a few times but have finally gotten round to talking about it. I took a fellow cocktail lover here and we sampled their happy hour cocktails (on before 7pm) and got 4 cheeky drinks of delight for the price of 2. Very tasty they were too.
The menu is extensive, with some really exciting twists on what you expect from a cocktail. I find it...more