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
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
Do not be mistaken by the neighborhood. It is very easy to miss the bar and keep searching for it. Only a small door is visible from outside, the bar is upstairs; typical speakeasy. I wasn't a cocktail person, until I went to this place. They have a very unique variety of cocktails, which can be surprisingly strong and innovative. The only thing I don't like about them, is they don't accept...more
This is one of my favourite places to bring friends when they visit me in London. It makes a perfect place to bring people to after a dinner somewhere else to kick-start an evening out in Soho in style.
Although it's located right in the middle of Chinatown in a very touristy part of London the bar doesn't have a touristy feel to it at all. I like the fact that it's quite hidden away...more
Why London is always going to be the greatest city in the world is simply because no matter how long a time i spend there and think i know it all there is always something hidden away.
The ECC was no exception, being dragged out for a few drinks on a recent visit home my friend led me to this side road in Soho without telling me where we were going.
Being a promoter at some big venues I...more