Ku Bar is the ideal after-work hangout with great offers throughout the week. The bar features walls of flat screen TVs playing all the latest music videos and Ku's signature sexy images and arty videos.
Spread over three floors with a capacity of 500, Ku Bar is somewhere for everyone to enjoy. With an exclusive Champagne Bar, Ku is an ideal location to take someone you want to impress; or you can choose the club where you can strut your stuff on the dance floor. Ku Bar is one of the largest gay bars in London and only a short distance from Leicester Square.
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Another popular gay bar that we enjoyed is called Ku Bar. We got there early and probably got the last table in the place on the first floor. The clientele seems to be young professionals.
The downstairs was well lit.
As the place got busier, they start taking away tables. It seemed awkward to watch people being asked (or told) to give up their table. Before they could get to...more
The West End Scene.
You've got your G-A-Y's and Heavens, and you've got your Candy and Ku's.
With not too much in between on a regular basis, these are the places to go. So really they've got a guaranteed crowd and other than looking the part, they're not too bothered with the experience.
The bar staff are always pretty. They've usually got the moody look, but sometimes they crack a smile....more
This place is the best! I went here 5-10 times during my time in London. The ambiance during early hours is very casual with guys milling around upstairs. At night, the downstairs turns into a dance floor with hot, young, sweaty guys and great music. The drinks are affordable and the bartenders are hot and shirtless.
If you don't like dancing sweaty, I'd recommend staying upstairs. The...more
Great location, crowd, and space! Ku Bar is super close to Leicester Square and close to several Tube stations, making it very easy to get to. The crowd was a mix of young professionals and anyone else young and attractive. Drinks were weak, but so is the case throughout the UK. Music was good and kept me lively.
I would definitely revisit here on my next visit to London and would highly...more
Leicester Square hot spot!!
This place is centrally located, right off Charing Cross, with Leicester station being there nearest station.
Inside is very chic, minimalist decor. Lots of seating with couches, and the like. The place has three floors but it can get rather crowded when it gets busy. Stay upstairs for drinks and schmoozing. Head downstairs to get your party on!
There are a...more