Although most of No 92’s customers are planning to eat in the adjoining Notting Hill Brasserie, those simply looking for a proper cocktail & the tinkling of live jazz are more than welcome in this art deco-influenced bar. Uniformed waiters, chequerboard floors & velvet chairs lend an air of studied sophistication, which is mirrored in the carefully compiled cocktail list. Drinks are themed around different eras, taking in a Georgian mint julep, jazz-age bellini & a modern ‘prunus sour’ (Ketel One vodka shaken with apricot purée, lemon juice, elderflower cordial & ginger bitters). There’s also an ample supply of wines, Champagnes & spirits if you prefer your booze straight. The bar food is as refined as the surroundings, think foie-gras & chicken-liver parfait or crab & prawn cannelloni.
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