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Sway’s promise of drinking, dining & dancing hits the target as good-timing youngsters pile into this multi-roomed venue. There are three bars to choose from (the ‘psychedelic grandeur’ of the
Crystal Lounge might appeal), & you can get loaded on three-for-a-tenner shooters, bottles of Chardonnay, & cocktails such as ga-ga colada or Jameson mule for around £7 a pop. If you’re
here for food, head to the art-deco restaurant & get stuck into anything from falafels & fajitas to surf & turf (£19.75). Alternatively, dance yourself dizzy in Groovy Wonderland, a
passable representation of a northern club circa Kajagoogoo. Shell out £50 for a booth, & you will get four Club Tropicana-style cocktails for free, along with decorations, sweeties, chocolate
fondue & ‘guaranteed table service until 11pm’.
Sway is quite a trendy looking place from the outside and we were welcomed by the friendly smiling staff as soon as we entered. The restaurant area is on the same floor as the bar but is separated by a small divide. Take a look at the fresh fish fridge as you walk to your table!The deep red tones and wooden tables sets the atmosphere. The open kitchen area is situated at the back of the restaurant. As for the music, it was fairly up to date with current chart songs playing. It was a little loud for a restaurant but I guess that is what you get for having the restaurant and bar sharing the same place!...
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