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Better known as a nightclub – hence the burly bouncers and “rather intimidating entrance”, DSTRKT also boasts a lavish, sexily lit subterranean dining room that eschews attitude in favour of unpretentious party vibes, “reasonable prices” and ‘modern small plate dining’ – courtesy of American ‘molecular’ whizz kid George Yaneff. Service is “out of this world” and the cooking revolves around “super-fresh” seasonal sharing plates loaded with imaginative flavours and wild ideas: frisée salad with raspberries and lobster; Saudi prawns with charred scallion oil and black grits; BBQ pork belly with rhubarb slaw, apple, celery and blueberry aïoli; strawberry and chocolate truffle with chocolate ‘soil’ and strawberry mousse – plus organic charcuterie platters and sustainable caviar spreads. Otherwise, stunning, elegantly balanced cocktails followed by a 12-course tasting menu with wine matches add up to somewhere “a little lush in theatreland”.
DSTRKT is relatively new opening up in the heart of London near Piccadilly Circus and Soho. It’s a chic low light restaurant and lounge and is known for hosting glamorous parties with A-list celebs.Next door is Bubba Gump Shrimp the restaurant based on the movie Forrest Gump. Descend down the stairs and admire the state of art stunning surroundings.DSTRKT only operates Monday to Sunday from 5pm to 2am. You will find it quiet and peaceful to dine after work hours. There was only 1 couple dining as I waited for my friend at 6:30pm. The lower level has the open kitchen where the chef plates your dishes.
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There is definitely a growing trend of fusion Japanese/European restaurants in London. I love both cuisines and so I’m always happy to try out new menus! DSTRKT London, located just moments from Piccadilly Circus offers just that, a mixture of small plates, grill, sushi and sashimi.We almost walked past the doorway down to the restaurant, but a after quick double take we made our way in and down into the depths of the building where the restaurant is housed. Although underground, the split level restaurant at DSTRKT London feels spacious and welcoming.
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I’ve spent a few decent nights out at DSTRKT when it first launched. The place became a group favourite as it was chic, and – for lack of better term – “happening” back in the day. Its central location meant it was easy for errbody to travel to. Plus, the crowd was decent enough, which meant no creepies ruined our shenanigans despite the touristy location (between Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus).
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The inconspicuous entrance of Dstrkt is oddly reminiscent of places I would expect to be frequented by Russian gangsters; sleek, hidden, with a hint of modern and glamour. The sakura (cherry-blossom) flower patterned dressing screens adorning the walls, the spacious room down all the stairs, it all made me think, ultimately, of Transistor (for all those gaming geeks out there). The somewhat cyberpunk environment of Dstrkt would be a perfect location for taking someone on a first date.
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