Hidden behind what’s seemingly any old door, the Experimental Cocktail Club is an atmospheric cocktail bar set within an old townhouse in the middle of Chinatown. Choose one of its signature tipples or be guided by its expert mixologists. Bookings are recommended and are by email only: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Experimental Cocktail Club
13A Gerrard StreetChinatownLondonW1D 5PS
- +44 20 7434 3559
It pains me to give this place a 1 star review, but sadly this cocktail lounge, like many other lounges I used to love in London, has gone down hill.
I have been coming here for many years and used adore the cocktails, funky location, elitist feel and fantastic service from the staff. The service used to be excellent, giving the place a classy feel, this is the reason I will not return here...more
I found my way to The Experimental Cocktail Club because of Yelp. Whoot whoot Yelpers!! Thank you so much! ECC is a speakeasy, so it is good to know to NOT look for 13a Gerrard Street. There is no 13a sign (figured that out after walking up and down the street a few times.. it is a speakeasy.. not sure where I was with my thoughts that night). I know I should have made a picture, but look for...more
My husband and I had a horrendous experience. We like to go to so-called secret cocktail places that are oftentimes not easy to locate. However, from all the visit we have done, we rarely encounter any snobby customer service.
It is true the professionalism of cocktail should fulfil the great experience, however this place went beyond the rudeness. At this point, i think they are just trying...more
Ok. This bar, on a Sunday afternoon, is really cool. I can't say that I'd want to fight what I am sure is a crowd on weekend nights, but it's a damn cool place at 6pm when they open on a Sunday.
It's a hidden gem in Chinatown here in London. But it's not overdone in terms of interior design. How to describe it? Hmmmm....think crack house entry way meets 1800s interior. But it's got a...more
This place doesn't have a sign, or a door number. You'd have to look for a tiny door that leads you up to a stairs where you'll arrive at the first floor's bar. It was an adventure to find this place!
It's the door in between Far East & Four Season's restaurant. A tiny door, with no sign. Nothing. Looks sort of shady, but that's the right door that will lead you to a shocking and an amazing...more