606 Club

90 Lots Road , London, SW10 0QD

1 reviews

Bars West Brompton

606 Club

SquareMeal Review of 606 Club

This 30-year-old institution continues to showcase live jazz seven nights a week from its discreet basement premises behind an unmarked door on Lots Road, & non-members can enjoy the sessions so long as they are ordering dinner with their drinks. The menu offers straightforward pickings, from Japanese-style prawns via grilled calf’s liver with new potatoes & a tomato & red onion salad to berry crème brûlée. Prices aren’t exactly cheap, but the quality of the music & the atmospheric setting (murals of jazz greats, old tables clustered around the stage) makes any outlay more than worth it. Be warned: boozy chatter during performances is frowned upon, so sit tight & enjoy the sounds. Annual membership will set you back £95, although it guarantees priority booking at the weekend.

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606 Club is recommended for

Live Music Dancing | Wheelchair Access

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Fulham Broadway Tube Station 918m

Fulham Broadway Station 975m


Address: 90 Lots Road , London SW10 0QD

Area: West Brompton

Opening times

Mon-Thurs, Sun 7-11.30pm Fri-Sat 8pm-1am

Nearby Landmarks

Chelsea Theatre 486m

Fulham Road 675m


Telephone: 020 7352 5953


Cuisine: Bars


Food & Drink: 6.0

Service: 6.0

Atmosphere: 7.0

Value: 8.0

Food & Drink: 3.0

Service: 3.0

Atmosphere: 3.0

Value: 4.0

Foodess platinum reviewer 30 October 2014

Run by a friendly mature group, the basement set-up works well, once you find the entrance. A fabulous lunchtime jazz session was fun and engaging, having sampled the performer's skill via the www. The setting suggests 'laid back', or a little shabby without the chic, where evidently its primary existence is for the performance. For those who wish to converse, it is suggested retiring to the bar post meal, which for us was a Sunday roast chicken which was served to my liking and proved tender and tasty. Truthfully, I'd go back for the entertainment expecting uncomplicated food from a simple menu which would probably be good.

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