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If your Shoreditch radar is set to edgy, grungy or underground, look away now; if, however, you’re the sort of Superdry guy or Grazia girl who aspires to a £1m pad as advertised locally by Sterling
Ackroyd, you’ll probably fancy McQueen’s splashy designer pose. Cocktails are about right at £9 for the likes of penicillin, bee’s knees, whisky daisy and Irish flip, while wine ranges from modest
£20 quaffs to investment-banker trophy Champagnes – 2000 Dom Pérignon Rosé for around the same price as some Bottega Veneta bling (£2,500). Bar food includes steak sandwiches, salads, wings, mini
fish and chips and sharing platters. Work that lot off on the disco dance floor in the hard-edged sleek club downstairs. When they’re under pressure, staff would do well to remember the eponymous
screen heartthrob’s legendary charm.
The interior of the restaurant is decorated with a modern, masculine vibe and has TVs scattered around the restaurant playing old Steve McQueen films...
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