Floridita encompasses the best in Cuban music, cocktails, cigars, food, design and hospitality. Downstairs in the original Mezzo building, a gleaming ten metre bar and varied seating areas create a vibrant atmosphere in which to enjoy the best daiquiris in the world. The Floridita restaurant menu, developed by Executive Chef Andrew Rose, is an ingredient-led, modern interpretation of cosmopolitan Cuban and Latin American cuisine and includes snapper ceviche, Pata Negra Ham, charcoal-grilled Langosta (Cuban crayfish) and butterflied milk-fed leg of lamb. The bar offers a selection of aperitivos and sharing dishes. Cuba has always been at the forefront of Latin music culture, as illustrated by the phenomenal global success of the Buena Vista Social Club, and the Floridita bar and dance floor resound on a nightly basis to the rich rhythm of live Cuban bands and spectacular cabaret, evolving later in the evening into more modern Cuban, Latin and international beats, mixed by leading international DJs.
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100 Wardour StreetLondonW1F 0TN
- Public transport:
- Tottenham Court Road, Underground
Pretentious pretentious pretentious...also overpriced for the area that it's in. We came as a couple and we're just sick of being told where we can't stand, where we can't put our coats and where we can't put our drinks...dance floor was really only for people who can dance salsa and drinks were just overpriced...crazy that they can charge £12 for a mojito....nothing special inside, just...more
Such a classy place! I love this place - great place to meet up with friends and grab a delicious drink. This place draws in a cool and interesting crowd of folks- would definitely come back.more
Came here with some out-of-town friends to partake in the 3 courses + 1 mojito for £30 deal. The staff was incredibly pleasant and professional. The waitress was very attentive and quickly corrected an order that I screwed up due to misreading the menu. We were seated right by the stage/dance floor and were serenaded by live Cuban music.
Definitely a date-type place; my vision is 20/20 and...more
First Floridita restaurant was opened in Cuba 150 years ago in the city of Havana.
Despite its Cuban roots, this place is also a perfect mixture of South American and Caribbean and even Mexican delights both for the palate as well as the ears :)
Dining there was the most pleasurable experience. The decor and comfort were really impressive. When entering one gets a little stamp with the...more
Birthday celebration !
Picture of the birthday girl main meal, deleted my food photo of belly pork.
Lovely atmosphere, decor of a 1920 lounge seem like another world once you enter and then come outside i the heart of westend.
The food was good but wasn't mind blowing amazing.
They used a lot if crush sea salt over the food, even the butter, which was not needed at all, wafer thin mixed...more