Epitomising destination dining at its very finest, Aqua Nueva sits at the top of the former Dickens & Jones department store, opposite the London Palladium. This glamourous West End setting near Oxford Circus is rare as one of Soho's only rooftop restaurants.
The outdoor rooftop bar overlooks Regent Street, the London Eye and The Gherkin. Inside, the modern restaurant is equally striking, providing a chic blend of contemporary styles. The succinct menu is made for sharing and the small Spanish plates are themed around vegetables, fish and meat.
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Venue Details & Map
5th Floor, 240 Regent Street
Entrance on 30 Argyll StreetLondonW1B 3BR
I can't say enough how much I love this place. The interior, the atmosphere, the service; all on point. Sure the food and drinks are pricy but it is worth every penny without a doubt. We had mixed tapas on our visit, the food was beautifully presented and tasted delicious. All while we got the most beautiful view of London by night. Excellent!more
Lovely bar and decor, good service and helpful, friendly staff. However I think the cocktails are just mediocre (considering how over-priced they are).more
Ended up here yesterday after the Night in White bash, for some post event drinks. Can't comment on the food as we didn't have any, but the drinks were really strong! Couldn't finish the Long Island Ice Tea, but probably more to do with time constraint and alcohol limit (needed to be up early for work the next day) than not wanting to, I expect a little more ice melt could have helped.
I popped by Aqua Neuva on Saturday for lunch and it was much quieter than Aqua Kyoto. Nevertheless, the staff were fantastic as was the food!
We tried the £25 for three course lunch menu, which came with a glass of cava. As we had no allergies and eat pretty much everything, we let the chef loose and he impressed! Each course was perfectly presented and bursting with flavour. Though small in...more
I love the Aqua restaurants. I need to say that among the Japanese (Kyoto), the british (Shard) and the spanish (Nueva) my favourite is the last one
I have been here with my family las weekend and enjoyed some nice tapas as starters (the croquetas are amazing) and a very good fillet of beef in spanish sauce.
My mom also tried the chocolate dessert and was really good apparently.