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7 Old Compton StreetLondonW1D 5JE
Negroni came in the tiny glass in this tiny bar. Classic. Tservice is wonderful. Unfortunately we didn't book in advance so had to leave after one drink. But we will go back!more
There is something quite elegant about a Negroni. Those who fancy it, and those in the know, head to a tiny bar in Soho to partake in a true connoisseurs' Negroni.
With a bit of retro chic, this speakeasy inspired bar has flare and stylish cocktails. And for those who like Negronis there are FOUR to choose from! There is the classic, a bolder version of the classic, one infused with a bit of...more
Dimly lit place, very small. We had a rez at 9:45pm. I'm not a fan of the hour-only policy but it wasn't too crowded this past Saturday so we stayed well past the hour clock and no one pushed us out. The cocktails are 9 quid which is a bit too pricey for me when you have Freud's around the corner for 6.75 more or less. I got a bramble, off-menu, and it was quite good- very strong but not so...more
Another great small cocktail bar. Small is the operative word here, so book a table and be prepared for noise.
I found it got a bit too buzzy and loud on a Friday night so it was hard to hear for such an intimate place.
Also, if you book a table you are are only guaranteed an hour. That kind of sucks. But we ended up getting a little bit more time at our table and somehow managed to put...more
Don't come here to eat - whilst they have cheese plates and thinly sliced Parma ham for you to nibble on with your drinks, this is primarily a bar!
Similar to 69 Colebrooke Row this is a postage stamp sized bar with tiny tables - not one for groups unless you hire the whole thing out.
Pop in during the day for a coffee, or come along a little later for perfectly balanced sublime...more