Offering a Mexican-inspired menu, eclectic selection of cocktails and an array of quirky and entertaining features, Tonteria is a unique evening experience from nightlife entrepreneurs Guy Pelly and Marc Burton.
Look out for of sharing cocktails presented in vessels shaped in the form of "la calaca" (skulls) used in Dia de los Muertos celebrations, and the shot train delivering tequila shots to tables.
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7-12 Sloane SquareLondonSW1W 8EG
- +44 (0)20 7881 5991
This fabulous Mexican sugar-skull and Halloween themed club offers an exclusive Chelsea experience to visitors with a vampy twist. I cannot emphasise on how good the music in this club is. On Mondays it is mainly commercial and underground hip hop and RnB. And which club does not play their mandatory Justin Beiber to catch the hearts of the younger crowd. The drinks and food in this club are...more
Food was average, but the atmosphere was fun. Space is a luxury, but not entirely uncomfortable. We had a table in the back, which afforded us some extra room. The complimentary birthday cake, song, and dance were nice touches. The quirky Mexican theme was fun. Would return.more
I went here for drinks with a friend. The food was not very good at all. We couldn't finish it. The staff was a bit standoffish too. I wouldn't come back. Drinks were ok.more
Had higher expectations, service was poor - our table was in the extension room in the back, hardly any "club" atmosphere since it was so far removed. Were able to move eventually to another table, where our heads touched the wood ceiling for the tequilla train and we were continaully pushed around. The club couldn't be bothered to put cushions on the seating so it was just a dirty piece of...more
Headed here for a friend's birthday drinks on a school night - definitely overpriced and all a bit ridiculous but I can maybe see the appeal. If a small glass of wine wasn't so extortionately priced. I forgot how ridiculously pricey London can get sometimes and then head to places like this.
The Mexican 'tapas' was interesting and a quirky twist but not something I'd head specifically here...more