The Lost Angel is a late night cocktail, live music and DJ bar with all year round garden. Through the mirrored doors is The Gaslight Grill specialising in rare breed steaks, boozy sauces and gin. The venue has a Victoriana / Steampunk feel to it, there are three bars, two rooms and a garden with heated undercover area. We are open until 2am Friday and Saturday nights, areas of the bar are available for drinks reservations every night of the week. We are well known for our hedonistic weekends, our lazy Sunday afternoons and our weekday steak, sauce and hand crafted cocktail sessions. We run cocktail classes for you to learn a thing or two about what we do and on Saturday’s we serve Afternoon Tea with a twist. Look forward to seeing you at The Lost Angel & Gaslight Grill.
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The Lost Angel
339 Battersea Park RoadBatterseaLondonSW11 4LS
- Public transport:
- Queenstown Road, National Railway
Visited the Lost Angel with friends on a Saturday evening and can't understand the hype. There was a smallish entry fee per person, and inside it feels like just another pub trying to market itself as a bar.
Drinks were an average price, service was also average and the bar was packed with a young crowd.
There was nothing particularly bad about the Lost Angel, but there's nothing special...more
Absolutely worth a visit! The place is buzzing with good energy has a very friendly staff. Sunday afternoon was very chilling, there was an offer £20 and drink as much Bloody Marry as you can=-) ooops. =-) Great bar, and even though we did not come for a big meal, my friend was very happy with his burger and chips.more
Great Sunday afternoon chill. Sunday roast and wine. I recomend the spanish red wine with lamb and #gretamore
God I'm confused. I thought this was part of the same chain that does Powder Keg Diplomacy but it turns out it's actually the one which does the Lost Society (makes more sense, name-wise), to which I *originally* thought PKD was the sister bar. What I have learnt from visiting all three is that they're marvellous but PKD has nothing to do with any of them. Sorry for leading you up the garden...more
I happened to go to this pub twice in two weeks and had two completely different experiences (both excellent!)
First time was on a Saturday night. We arrived at about 5pm and settled into the bar as it got more and more packed and steadily louder! It was a cracking evening - there was table service and lots of lovely cocktails, brilliant atmosphere and good music (at one point Pink Floyd!)....more