Due to unforeseen circumstances Carom Bar and Restaurant ( & Floridita) will be closed for business until further notice. Please check the website for further details.Nestled within the heart of the bustling West End, Floridita London emulates the 1930s style of the legendary El Floridita, creating the perfect blend of glamour and decadence from a bygone era. With deep reds, luxurious white leather and an abundance of crystal, Floridita is famed for its glittering array of live entertainment and resident bands. Offering a diverse entertainment programme, Floridita boasts a range of acts spanning from jazz bands to cabaret performers.
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100 Wardour St
100 Wardour StreetSohoLondonW1F 0TN
This was a great find for lunch! The lunch menu available from 11-3pm is absolutely delicious. The interior of the restaurant is great aswell!
For starter I had the crispy squid with chilli and lime followed by ribs served with a side green salad. The portion sizes were a lot bigger than expected for the lunch menu which was a great surprise! For dessert I had the molten chocolate which was...more
I came to this establishment by invitation... Turns out they were holding a Latin launch night and they wanted me there! Haha ego boost!
Anyhoo the decor is actually very nice! Beautiful in fact! I've been meaning to go here ever since they launched a while back but with all my other hobbies I just hadn't found the time. THE TIME HAD COME!
I didn't sampled much of their food or cocktails...more
Came down with some friends for the Latin night event with live Cuban band which was amazing and beautiful carnival ladies in skimpy g-string outfits. There was also a couple that did a salsa dance number, then lots of people got on the dance floor to dance to the live band. It was an open bar which was great but it seemed like 10 years before we got served so my friend and I ordered double...more
'Ok' sums up this Soho restaurant / lounge club / bar.
It's impressive when you walk in with low-lighting (great for dates) and two choices of restaurant (an overpriced one upstairs and a reasonable one downstairs). You could start a night with dinner and then watch a band and never have to leave the venue.
But when a place tries to do too much, they don't do anything particularly well....more
The first thing that I'll say about 100 Wardour St is that they've done a very good job with the refurbishment. Heading downstairs to be greeted by the house band is a nice touch although depending on where you are then sat it may be the only glimpse that you get of them.
The dining room itself looks pretty classy with a very good finish although the main reservation that I have with it is...more