Channelling the heady indulgence of 1920s America, 65 & King is a theatrical drinking and dining parlour in the heart of upmarket Westbourne Grove. Within a sultry, reclaimed-style space filled with antique tin, vintage glassware and bespoke neon signs, creative prohibition-esque cocktails and fine wines are served alongside favourite North American dishes.
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65 & King
65 Westbourne GroveBayswaterLondonW2 4UJ
- +44 20 7229 2233
Food quality and atmosphere of the restaurant were brilliant! However the service was very poor, which was a shame...
It was a triple-dates night! So my boyfriend reserved seats for six of us after he found some very good reviews of this restaurant on other websites.
The burger was really tasty and the salads and steaks my friends ordered looked fabulous as well.
However as I've already...more
A really nice place to stop for drinks.
Not as loud as a pub. Small but still large enough to move around and not overhear people at your next table or have them listening in on yours. You don't need to shout to have a conversation.
This evening we had some interesting instrumental jazz music playing. Which just added to the atmosphere and vibe of the place.
They do serve food too, but we...more
We had book the private area up one level at the back of the bar and restaurant for a birthday party. The snack food to share was wonderfully tasty and delicious, and very fresh. We had salt and pepper baby squid with chilli sauce, quesadilla's with fresh guacamole, chicken wings, lightly fried padron peppers and zucchini fries with tarragon mayo. We were able to decorate with banners and...more
I've finally had the opportunity to eat here for dinner, and boy oh boy the quality of the food here changed my original star rating from 3 stars to 4 stars.
If you arrive before 8pm they have a fantastic offer on steak and chips for only £10!!! I normally order the super green salad with grilled salmon for my main - it is very tasty, filling and healthy.
I think that the patrons that go...more
Nice little bar. Take from it what you want. Either have a boozy night or a quick drink. It can feel a little faux cool and the crowd can be a little confusing. Good cocktails, if not a little expensive. Staff are erratic but generally good fun. Food is okay for an expensive snack. Never felt the urge to try the lobster. Beware, sometimes you get stag does in here and that makes it weird.more