Situated just off London's Leicester Square, Ruby Blue is a bar and restaurant where you'll find everyone from clubbers to theatre-goers or tourists to Londoners, soaking up that London atmosphere.
When it comes to dining, Ruby Blue is deliciously on the case. Choose from an interestingly varied menu while you're entertained by a live pianist (Sat only). Tempting new dishes including the Chargrilled Lemon & Thyme Marinated Chicken and Sticky Chilli Lamb Rump served with sweet potatoes, yoghurt & coriander sauce. Finish with the indulgent Chocolate Fudge Brownie for a truly spectacular meal.
Perfect for an intimate dinner for 2 or a fun party night. Sumptuous booths, a gorgeous restaurant and a luxurious lounge make Ruby Blue the ideal venue for a midweek hangout or weekend treat. Happy Hour at Ruby Blue: 17:00 - 20:00, all drinks, everyday!
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
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Venue Details & Map
Leicester SquareLondonWC2H 7BP
- +44 (0)20 7287 8050
Top 5 reviews of Ruby Blue
We had a fab evening at Ruby Blue, the service was spot on and the Dj kept us on the dance floor all night!
The views from the balcony are outstanding! I totally recommend this bar/club and I'm def coming back with my friends! :) more
This bar is not too shabby at all, for a quick drink on happy hour! I highly recommend sitting on the balcony outside overlooking Leicester Square and ordering a bottle of the wicked lady rose wine, it's super sweet and on a happy hour, is very cheap - I think maybe £6 or £8. A complete steal anywho.
The cocktails really aren't bad and at half price on the happy hour, work out about £4.
Horrible bartenders. I did not get their names but they were 2 girls in the cheerleader costumes last night Wednesday night into Thursday morning (July 12-13). They had done last call at about 2:30am and had just bought 5 double shots of vodka sprite. Take notw that 1 shot is only 1 ounce. As I paid for my drinks with my card(~6O pounds plus a 20% tip!), I accidentally knock off one of my... more
Sat down for 45min before a waiter/waitress even approached our table. Perhaps we were wearing an invisibility cloak that I was unaware of?
When drinks arrived they were small and tasteless, thankfully ordered during happy hour otherwise would have been more unimpressed. Food was average and although the place was only half full the waiters were determined to leave us in peace even after... more
Leicester Square is overwhelming. It is packed full of bars, restaurants, cinemas and clubs, smothered with tourists and locals wandering around aimlessly. You need a solid reason or strong disposition to come here or you will be swept up by the wave of never-ending humans.
The cinema is my draw, specifically the Prince Charles Cinema. A staple of the area, it stands out from the crowd by... more