Dating back to 1865, The Café Royal’s gilded, mirrored Grill Room was once famous as a blue-blooded celeb hangout and later gained fame when Marco Pierre White was in the kitchen. Following a refurb and some re-branding, the fabulous Louis XVI-style interiors have been restored to their original burnished splendour, and the venue now trades as the Oscar Wilde Bar. Martinis, vintage fizz and Champagne cocktails are the tipples of choice to go with an overtly luxurious menu of supper bites including lobster cocktail, tuna tartare, burgers with foie gras and curried Angus beef skewers with coconut sauce. The venue is also noted for its live entertainment – from magicians, comedians and musicians to performance artistes from the Black Cat Cabaret, who provide regular distractions for the assembled company. Dress code is ‘celebrative and sophisticated’, say the owners.
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