At London restaurants & bars, try something different from Sketch Bar, a wide range of cocktail menu or keep it classic with a glass of champagne, wine or beer.
Food spend: £40
Housing a tea room, lounge bar, deeply theatrical space, colourful and witty, even more so since its redesign by Turner Prize winner Martin Creed. The Gallery the one Creed had a hand in – is a bold, glowing, collision of a space; no two chairs are the same and there slashes and splashes of colour on the walls.
The vast East Bar lounge interior area boasts white leather walls while the Parlour is a collage of retro prints and red velvet, a sensory assault. The latter is the place to head for champagne afternoon teas and decadent cakes. The tempting cocktails are beautifully executed and as intoxicating as the design of the place.
The list consists of a few standards alongside the Lovely Bubbly – a mixture of passion fruit with black raspberry liqueur and champagne and the Rosemary martini.
The crowd are often just as glamorous as the environment; dressing up is pretty much mandatory. None of this comes cheap but there really is nowhere else in town quite like Sketch bar. If you’ve got some real cash to splash, the sumptuous Lecture Room restaurant remains a real unforgettable experience. Make your table booking with attractive prices and enjoy an astounding time with us.
You’ll spot Sketch Bar London housed within a rather grand three-story Georgian townhouse that looks different from the others area around it.