For a great exotic getaway, descend to the tropical world of Trader Vic's and discover a magnificent array of delights and entertainment. Carved tikis and cane chairs add to the sense of lush South Seas escapism, while island-style cuisine draws on the French, Oriental and American influences of its Polynesian heritage. A Mayfair outpost of what is a global restaurant chain, it also boasts a bar as well-stocked as one would expect from the proclaimed inventors of the Mai Tai cocktail. There is private dining for up to 40 guests in the Tiki Room.
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22 Park LaneLondonW1K 1BE
- +44 (0)20 7208 4113
- Public transport:
- Hyde Park Corner, Underground
Trader Vic's are pushing out the boat, or should that be canoe, with their 4th July US Independence Day dinner. £49 per head with tasty barbeque treats from their amazing Chinese wood-fired ovens using an ancient cooking method dating back to the Han Dynasty. The ribs are delicious - and tasty, no need for the accompanying dips. Known for their cocktails in branded cups, they are evolving...more
Trader Vic's in London makes me very happy. I love Trader Vic's around the world but the London location is my absolute favorite. It has such a great history and the Mai Tai's RULE! They recently did some renovating, so it's fresh and welcoming. Yeah, it's a little cheesy but it does what it does so well. Have drinks at the bar or sit in one of the tables near the live entertainment....more
Not for me. Expensive, drinks were loaded, and the Tiki vibe does not work for me in London. We're lead to believe that the Mai Tai was invented here. Well, yes, at Trader Vic's, but in Oakland, CA. We only came here because it was open late. Ordered drinks at 12:30 AM and kicked out at 1:00 PM.more
Fantastic is one word I would say about it
The bartender was very nice and personable and no matter how busy it got, we were still given attentive service. The prices were not outrageous and the crowd was hip.
They had live music was was rather good and not too loud. We did end up sitting at the bar on the opposite side of the music, but we still were able to hear it and enjoy the...more
Welcome to the home of the MAI TAI!
The founder of this restaurant supposedly created the drink for his friends visiting from Tahitit! He opened the original Vic's in California and included his drink on the menu. Now it's become a world-wide sensation.
Located in a hidden away area, under the Hilton, it's pretty hard to find. I would have been roaming around London for a while if my...more