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Since its launch in 2005, Mahiki has remained one of London’s most talked-about nightspots, with a steady stream of celebrity clientele. With the same retro tiki style and notorious rum-spiked
cocktail list as the main club, the private Lani Lounge hosts early evening dinner and drinks with a capacity of 50, before transforming into a late-night lounge, while groups can also dance
downstairs in the Aloha Party Room. The most recent addition to the line-up is the private Southern Comfort No-Tell Motel Party Room, a clandestine Vegas-style space for parties of up to 25 people
with its own double bed, personal waiter and a Lucky Voice karaoke machine. Mahiki can host dinner, drinks or dancing.
Mahiki's Restaurant Review
Hospitality Focus London 2012
Brompton Brands: Party People
Man behind the brand: Nick House
The team behind the popular Shoreditch pop-up is opening a permanent restaurant in Mayfair. Set to launch in mid-July, the diner will seat 60 and serve luxed-up junk food. Don’t miss the lobster
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