Floridita

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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 Street, London, W1F 0TN

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£26 to £40

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Floridita

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100 Wardour Street
London
W1F 0TN

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4 out of 5 based on 47 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Floridita

3.0 out of 5 10 April 2014
by Wilkie J.

The cocktails upstairs seem better than downstairs, but downstairs has the live music.

Good atmosphere and experience. Anecdote: one night I saw an engageg lady lose her engagement ring. She was concerned for the first 30 minutes, and she didn't seem to find it, but after that she stopped worrying and got back to drinking. I feel that story sums up Floridita...more

4.0 out of 5 25 March 2014
by Hazel N.

Big fun at Floridita! Stiff entry fee of £10 but it's worth it. It's a big venue. The nightclub is downstairs with a live salsa band and, so, therefore lots of salsa dancing!

Plenty of seating, plenty of room to move.

Free cloak room.

Adequate bar service and adequate drink.

But it's a fun venue especially if you're prepared to give salsa a go!more

3.0 out of 5 1 November 2013
by Eddie H.

Floridita is one of the most popular (crowded) salsa places in London but there are simply way too many bystanders just hanging out or stuck up dancers here. I am one of those individuals that puts more weight into the quality of the music and the crowds than the size of the venue or crowd size. It's a meat market here. I had a more enjoyable time out salsa dancing at Tito's.more

5.0 out of 5 28 June 2013
by Sean D.

If you are in London and want to experience the best Latin night then Floridita is hands down the best in town.

I may be biased as this is one of my regular haunts and I have been coming here for years, but everyone I either bring here or recommend this place to has agreed with me.

As you walk in and down the spiral staircase you feel can tell the place just oozes class. It's nothing short...more

3.0 out of 5 10 May 2013
by Jenny T.

I'm conflicted. Dinner for two was overpriced and the food was not very good but I had such a fun time! I suppose this venue is better for after-hours cocktails and dancing as opposed to an evening meal. It was my first time having Cuban food though, so I'm still delighted I tried this place.

BF and I each ordered 3 courses for 38 pounds: scallops, avocado & palm heart salad, chateaubriand...more