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Amuse Bouche (Soho)

Amuse Bouche (Soho)
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Our Soho bar is located on Poland Street, moments from Oxford Street and a few minutes walk from Oxford Circus Underground Station.

Opened at the end of 2007, it proved an instant success and has been shortlisted as TimeOut’s Bar of the Year 2008.

Decorated with dark wood and Fin-de-Siècle Champagne prints, the upstairs room has a sleek welcoming feel whilst the private-hire basement bar has a more intimate and cosy design.

The bar is ideal for celebrations of all kinds with its exceptional Champagne and Champagne Cocktail list as well as an inventive, modern bar menu.

Live DJ’s are featured upstairs on Friday evenings.

Our opening hours are:

Monday – Thursday from 4pm until 11.30pm
Friday from 4pm until 12.00am
Saturday from 5pm until 12.00am

Food is served daily from 5pm till 10pm

Bookings are advised for groups of 6 people or more.

Contact us on 0207 287 1661 or at

Angels Soho (Peter Stringfellow’s Angels Soho)

Angels Soho (Peter Stringfellow’s Angels Soho)
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There’s no gentlemen’s club like this – it is a spectacular and glamourous venue, with numerous bars, booths and hideaways. Fifty beautiful angels, three floors of action – six pole stages and twenty five VIP booths – this is the very best that Europe has to offer in the heart of trendy Soho in London.


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Step down into Mahiki on Dover Street for complete escapism and transport yourself to a Polynesian Paradise.

Mahiki, set over two floors, is the ultimate destination for the cocktail lover. A ‘treasure island’ illustrated menu features classic and new innovations, cocktails for one or cocktails to share. A host of tropical creations designed to tempt and delight served in an elaborate Tiki style setting. Hand-made ‘Princess’ chairs, colourful Hawaiian cushions, hand-carved tiki figures, intimate green rush affect banquettes and jetsam and flotsam hang, all amplifying the illusion of having arrived at some distant port of pleasure.

Molton House

Molton House
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Molton House features a cocktail lounge, a restaurant, two private rooms and an exclusive club – all under one roof.

A sense of high fashion is infused throughout the venue. The décor is defined by its sleek curves and a “Regal and Riyadh” influenced interior.

The elaborate bespoke furniture is upholstered with faux snake, stingray and ostrich skin while embossed copper tables and rose tinted glass peepholes add further distinct detail. The emphasis on unique stand-alone features is re-enforced with cut ice bars, an infinity keyhole and ceilings covered in crystalised metal.

The club at Molton House is set in the basement and features a dedicated DJ booth, dance floor area and private drinking tables. A state of the art sound system from Funktion 1 and carnivalesque, sequenced LED lighting help cement Molton House as one of London’s premiere late night destinations.

The cocktail lounge features a sunken DJ booth framed behind a fanned peacock display and provides a sumptuous and luxurious haven from the hustle and bustle of London’s fashion heartland; where you can enjoy a cocktail of musical flavours.

Natural light enhances much of the building, and affords guests the rare luxury of enjoying early evening drinks while overlooking the charming delights of South Molton Street.

Some of the best mixologists in London have created an extensive cocktail list that is every bit as flamboyant as the bar itself, and includes pre-prohibition classics and contemporary favourites.

The launch of Molton House’ Mediterranean restaurant  Pavone, is an impressive addition to Mayfair’s shopping and fine dining.  Launched by Restaurant Entrepreneur Fabrizio Cacace in association with Molton House, Fabrizio has run some of the world’s most exceptional restaurants in cities such as New York and Rome.

Chef Paolo Iaini delivers a delicious and freshly prepared lunch and dinner menu each day using ingredients reminiscent of the very essence of any Italian kitchen. Already attracting legions of loyal diners, Il Pavone is the perfect spot for affordable yet high-quality cuisine.

No 5 Cavendish Square

No 5 Cavendish Square
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This exquisitely decorated Georgian town house, the former Spanish Embassy boasts a boutique hotel, event and meeting room spaces, three bars, an aclaimed restaurant, private dining rooms, a members’ nightclub and two terraces.

The property offers oppulent surroundings to enjoy a variety of facilities.

Monroes Club

Monroes Members’ Club, situated in the basement of the building is one of London’s top nightclubs and is open to members, guests dining in the restaurants, hotel guests and guests registered on the guest list. The club is decorated luxuriously with fine fabrics, wall papers and Baroque style furniture. The sound system is finely tuned for the ultimate enjoyment of the club classics, RnB and funky house mixed by the celebrated resident and guest DJs.

The club’s mixologists have created an eclectic and stylish cocktail menu with delicious drinks ranging from classic martinis to some of the club’s own special concoctions.

The Restaurant

The restaurant offers a wide selection of dishes on the a la carte and set menus. Contemporary european cuisine with an Italian twist. There are three dining areas in which patrons can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The Hotel

Featuring eight lavish bedrooms and with an incredible central London location the hotel is a great choice for both business and leisure travellers looking for a place to stay.

Each bedroom is unique decorated and furnished with fabrics, antiques and artefacts from places ranging from Italy to Asia and beyond. Each bedroom boasts an ensuite marble bathroom with separate bath and power shower.

Aqua (aqua kyoto, aqua nueva, aqua spirit)

Aqua (aqua kyoto, aqua nueva, aqua spirit)
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Set atop one of London’s most iconic buildings, the former Dickens & Jones department store on Regent Street (entrance at 20 Argyll Street – opposite the London Palladium), auqa London epitomises destination dining with its blend of cutting edge cuisines, uber-chic interiors and breathtaking views.

aqua kyoto

Under the Executive Chef Jordan Sclare, aquq kyoto is the essenve of Japanese cool transported out of Ginza, Tokyo, with its Fabulous sunken sushi bar and spectacular charcoal grill.

aqua nueva

Offering contemporary northern Spanish dishes, aqua nueva is overseen by acclaimed chef Alberto Hernandez, who trained under the legendary Ferran Adria at what is widely considered to be the world’s finest restaurant, the three Michelin starred elBulli in Catalonia.

aqua spirit

At the heart of this extraordinary venture is aqua spirit, managed by the award-winning Paulo Figueiredo. A hip addition to London’s dining scene, it is the sport for pre-dinner drinks and nightcaps.

Embassy London

Embassy London
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Ideally located in the heart of Mayfair, Embassy London launched in November 2001 to much acclaim. Named after the infamous 80′s Embassy Club, it is the first of joint ventures between restaurateur, Mark Fuller and celebrated chef, Garry Hollihead.

Set over two floors this venue allows guests to begin their evening in the stylish surroundings of the dining room before descending to the private members bar and club for late night drinking and dancing. A secluded VIP Lounge is also available for guests requiring a little more intimacy, cleverly elevated above the dance floor allowing the atmosphere to filter through.

The newly refurbished private members bar and club is situated on the lower ground floor and provides new levels of opulence and exclusivity for guests. The previous “hedonistic” impression has been replaced with lavish chandeliers and gilt-edged antique mirrors, which adorn the beautiful beige stucco walls.

Rich colours and warm furnishings characterise this charming lounge bar. Low leather tables and tub stools are sporadically spaced throughout the bar and peppered around the dance floor allowing guests to relax, unwind and soak up the clubs atmosphere in style.

Large floor to ceiling mirrors cover the far wall and surround the dance floor giving an increased magnitude and sense of space. Opposite are two strategically placed plasma screens; allowing images to be reflected around the club and creating a soft wash of colour and light. The “state of the art” sound and lighting system showcase an array of effects that compliment the ambience; from early evening “mellow chilled vibes” to late night “high octane house grooves.”

The glass-fronted VIP lounge is perfect for the modern day voyeur, overlooking the dance floor it provides an intimate and private area for guests to relax and socialise with fellow members. Guests may adjust the sound and lighting to suit their mood whilst still experiencing the heady atmosphere of the club. A regular nightspot for the media, fashion and celebrity crowd!


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Nestling in the heart of London’s Mayfair, Maddox private members’ club epitomises the decadence and glamour of the World’s most cosmopolitan city.

Designed by world famous interior mastermind Sammy Chams, a five star restaurant and bar on the upper level moves down to the beating pulse of a super secu subterranean club, where the hottest DJs and award winning staff play host to A-list celebrities and jet set alike. Brainchild of nightclub guru Fred Moss, Maddox is the ultimate destination in a city that never sleeps.

Something of a legend, albeit a very discreet one, Fred has been successful in the London club scene for more than 15 years. He is responsible for launching many of the capital’s most successful clubs including ICENI, CHinawhite, Aura and Movida. He has a unique, experienced insight in to what makes a great club, which is why Maddox stands out from the competition.

Having watched the rise and fall of London clubs over the last two decades, Fred knows how important the personalities behind the club and the emphasis on personal services are. Fred and George Calisto, the general manager ensures that between them they host the club each night. It is this touch that entices the members return on a weekly basis, knowing they will be looked after attentively.

Cafe de Paris

Cafe de Paris
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Set in the heart of London’s Piccadilly, Café de Paris has been a dazzling and opulent venue since it opened it’s fabled doors in 1924. Now a Grade II listed building, Café de Paris is superb for hosting all types of events and parties.

Café de Paris really is the pefect venue for corporate entertaining as well as private parties. From lunches, sit down dinners, canape receptions and film premiere parties to product launches, award ceremonies, live music showcases and private parties. Christmas is a spectacular time to host celebrations at Café de Paris, giving a real feel of luxury to the festive season. Café de Paris can also add more than a touch of glamour to your special day being licensed for civil ceremonies and civil partnerships, as well as being available for Bar Mitzvah and other milestone celebrations.

With one of the most experienced events teams in the business, Café de Paris always ensures that your expectations are exceeded having highly imaginative catering and bar professionals who are at hand to create inovative cuisine and drinks menus to perfectly complement your event.


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Since its launch, Punk has changed the way people party in the West End.

This is not a venue that charges extortionate drink prices, denies you at the door because of your trainers and has posers propping up the bar.

Nestled on Soho Street in Soho between Soho Square and Oxford Street, Punk is the perfect venue for live music, late night cocktails and disco dancing fun.

Punk ushers in a more casual, hip policy that rebels against the establishment and is all about good times, dancing and music that puts a smile on your face.

From breaking new bands and acts like Lady Gaga and VV Brown to being at the forefront of uber-cool club nights, Punk continues to be the club of choice for scenesters, fashionistas, indie rockers, nu-ravers, B-boys & girls, trustafarians and artists that just want to party on.

Opening Hours

Monday: 8pm – Late
Tuesday: 8pm – Late
Wednesday: 8pm – Late
Thursday: 8pm – Late
Friday: 5pm – 3.00am
Saturday: 9pm – 3.00am