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
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I always have such a good time here that it makes it hard to order a Mai Tai anywhere else on the PLANET. Order the Mai Tai Wave to find the perfect flavor during the different stages of dinner. The tuna poke here is a must!more
So this was our anniversary dinner on a Friday night, it wasn't busy, it wasn't loud and it was welcoming with a cool atmosphere!
We'd shared the ribs to start, I'd had a hankering for ribs all day and they didn't disappoint! My partner and I had a very nice relaxing evening over mains and run cocktails. The evening was a success with out charming waiter Mr.Rodriguez and waitress who...more
Lovely place to have yummy cocktails. Chilled out and great music place. Made me feel like i was deffo in a Tiki hut! Staff was very attentive too..more
This was my first experience at a Tiki bar and I think I liked it. This place is located in the lower level of the Hilton hotel and doesn't open until 5pm (which we learned the hard way). We arrived right when they opened, so it wasn't crowded at all. There were lots of tables, but we opted to sit at the bar. They have happy hour, so we were happy to be there during that to take advantage of...more
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