Old Bengal Bar is a chic and atmospheric space dominated by exposed brick work and mirrored walls where guests can sample an extensive choice of cocktails created by the bar’s head mixologist Milos Popovic.
Signature drinks will include the Black Velvet and The Courtney Love alongside more familiar cocktails served with a twist such as The Martinez and Toby Cecchini’s Cosmopolitan.
The Old Bengal Bar also serves a selection of spirits by the bottle and a comprehensive wine list to enjoy either inside or onThe Old Bengal Bar's secluded terrace.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Old Bengal Bar
16a New Street
Top 5 reviews of Old Bengal Bar
The hipper, cocktail twin to the wine bar next door.
And a much more civilized affair than that racket which calls itself the Magpie down lane (that fittingly abuts a police station, by the way), the Old Bengal targets the higher brow amongst working professionals,
Outdoor seating like this is hard to find in this part of London. more
Nice outdoor space with heat lamps- staff was really nice as well and took care of my group. Indoors was nice and bumping. Nice to know a good bar near work more
I'm a city dweller and frequent this area often.
Met a few yelps to have send off drinks for Kevin. sniff snif... it's true, Kevin is leaving us. sniff sniff
This bar is slightly intimidating with the security at the door asking questions. Really they were just trying to accommodate me, but I took it as "what do you want". Took me a minutes to realise this. They were just trying to ask if I... more
Being a south Londoner, I don't frequent the City very often but Andrew M's UYE for Kevin L's leaving drinks was a perfect excuse to explore this unfamiliar part of London
Located on New Street which is right opposite Liverpoool Street station made me confident of not getting lost. However, the bar proved harder to find that I had (over)confidently predicted. I think that I'm not the only one... more
At first glance, this is a standard City bar. Slick look, loud music, and a main bar area filled with suited bankers. What sets it apart is the fairly sizeable outdoor area with a good collection of heat lamps to ward off the autumn chill and a fairly high bartender to customer ratio.
OBB has only been open for 10 days so one can forgive the lack of coordination of the waitstaff but as YGO... more