Girls Aloud star Sarah Harding, DJ Tom Crane and the founders of celeb hangout Mahiki are the winning team behind bar Kanola, a Polynesian-themed tiki bar in the city.
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Venue Details & Map
18 Lime Office Court
Hill HouseShoe LaneLondonEC4A 3BQ
- +44 (0)20 7842 0620
- Public transport:
- Chancery Lane, Underground
This time round I would have given it 4* as we were company of the month meaning we had free cocktail on arrival and 50% off food and drink all night however even early on in the evening when it was empty the staff were inattentive, didn't know what they were doing and arguing that we couldn't have a free drink or 50% off food. In the end we did get our free cocktails which were tasty and...more
This is a cool place for fun cocktails.It's unique and hawaian themed, as when you enter garlands are put around you.
The décor is all decked out with palm trees and hand carved tiki totems.
The space isn't very large. The cocktails are quirky, staff are very friendly.
Nice place for drinks , but go early on as happy hour is there 5-8pm on weekdays! :)more
Despite reading very mixed reviews for Kanaloa (and some awful ones!), I booked an area for 30 people to follow a work event on a Thursday evening. I won't lie, with several senior bosses in tow I was pretty terrified that it would all go terribly wrong.
However, I was very pleasantly surprised. Our group arrived at different times but everyone was allowed in quickly, at no charge as agreed...more
Ok, this place is a hoot.
5-8pm, on Monday-Wednesday nights (I think this is right; check their detailed website to confirm), Kanaloa does HAPPY HOUR. Aloha to that.
50% off some of their top mixed drinks; drinks filled with things I would normally never order (passionfruit vodka, coconut and pineapple juices, fresh flower toppers). But: you're in a tiki bar! Across from the Goldman...more
I'm sorry guys, I had a really disappointing experience at Kanaloa.
My girlie friends wanted to "chillax" on Friday and after work, we went to various bars, had dinner around St Pauls, and they decided to go to Kanaloa afterwards. Now I haven't been to a club for a good amount of years (nor do I miss it), but I do expect not to be treated like scum of the earth.
We were 3 girls, paid £10...more