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: email@example.com.
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The Experimental Cocktail Club
13A Gerrard StreetChinatownLondonW1D 5PS
- +44 20 7434 3559
Hidden away in China Town is this little speakeasy gem of a bar. While finding it might be a bit of challenge (look for the brown door and if there's no bouncer outside just pull it open yourself) after you go inside you get transported to another era. From the cosy yet alluring decor with its oriental touches and ambience to the unusual menu of cocktails, this bar will win your heart. The...more
I'm in a love/hate relationship with this place. I have been trying to go here for years and every time I've tried to get in there is a line and an unfriendly bouncer who never lets us in whether we are 2 people or 10. And you can't book for 5 people. So that is annoying as well. But I finally one night hit a sweet spot when they weren't overly full and we got in. And once I was in, I...more
AVOID THIS PLACE AT ALL COSTS! It's awful.. especially the little worm of a bouncer at the door...
Before you even enter, you are faced with this tiny excuse for a human being who will treat you like dirt! He is one of the nastiest doormen you will ever meet and turns clients away.. and increases the business of the nearby Opium Bar (much better btw).
And once you do kick his head in and...more
Tucked away from the tourists in the centre of Chinatown is a little door with a doorman who acts all shifty like. Me and my friend had to say 'uhh is this experimental cocktails club?!' To which he opened the door and we timidly made our way up the stairs.
The first floor is a very bustling bar with a complimentary cloakroom, and it's also where I spotted a celeb (my friend spotted someone...more
I stood in Chinatown for 20 minutes, staring at my phone screen and alternating between Yelp, City mapper and Google Maps, and STILL I couldn't figure out where this place was. Finally, FINALLY it occurred to me to check the photos and try and search for the door instead of the sign. Phew.
The EEC is hidden away in a discreet cranny of Chinatown, sometimes guarded by a bouncer and sometimes...more