|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
£25 and under
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7 Old Compton StreetLondonW1D 5JE
Top 5 reviews of Bar Termini
This place is worth going out of your way for. The space is small and cozy, so you may have to wait for a bit. The cocktails here are phenomenal. The House Negroni is an easy and obvious choice. Delicious and, at £7, cheap for London! But the true star of this place is the service. Our server made us feel like guests, joking with us and making recommendations. At one point, there was an... more
What a wonderful idea from Tony Conigliaro - a tiny stop-off aperitivo place styled after the kind of place in an Italian train station that you'd nip a quick drink whilst waiting for your train.
A session bar, this is not. A crucial pre-dinner stop if you're in Soho, this is.
Indeed, given its emphasis on bitters and amari, you could actually just as easily go for a post-dinner... more
Exceptional place for cocktails. Loved the cocktails. They are innovative and truly worth a try. My husband asked for a whisky based cocktail (which wasn't on the menu). The restaurant understood what he wanted and turned up a nice cocktail. Kudos to the team. The only drawback to the place is, its really small and difficult to grab on a walk in. more
There's something about this bar that just clicks. It is really well put together in terms of decor, service and drinks and was just a real pleasure to visit. I would probably avoid at busy times because it's not big (although you can book! how civilised!) but for a late weekend afternoon aperitivo it was perfect just to drop in. We tried the spicy negroni and thought it was fabulous - the... more
There is something quite elegant about a Negroni. Those who fancy it, and those in the know, head to a tiny bar in Soho to partake in a true connoisseurs' Negroni.
With a bit of retro chic, this speakeasy inspired bar has flare and stylish cocktails. And for those who like Negronis there are FOUR to choose from! There is the classic, a bolder version of the classic, one infused with a bit of... more