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Lounge Bohemia might have been lifted from a John le Carré novel set in the days when Anglo-Russian relations were even deeper in the deep freeze: The Spy Who Came in from the Cold of Great Eastern Street, possibly? Once he’s homed in on his elusive target, the novel’s imaginary hero will find a ‘by appointment-only’ bunker with an unmarked door, lost in a dingy parade of shops – a stylish time capsule of Soviet-era Prague. Behind the bar is a deadpan dude, who uses fiendish ingredients along the lines of alcoholic cotton, fake caviar and ‘electric current’ to create highly palatable drinks (and snacks) as outré as anything you'll find at Nightjar, all imaginatively presented in bonkers bowls, beakers and bongs. As an opener, try Earth (peat-aged whisky, mezcal, malt, 'humid soil essence' and 'dirt scent'). Note to the man on a mission: City suits are strictly verboten.
I knew Lounge Bohemia had been around for a good while and mused that I wouldn’t be as impressed with it as I might had been, had I not frequented so many ‘speakeasy’ style bars already. For this is what I assumed Lounge Bohemia would be – it has an unmarked entrance, you have to make a booking by phone etc, all very underground drinking den. But I was quite wrong. Underground it is, but not in the prohibition-style. Instead, you wander down into some kind of retro time warp. Funky and bright and full of Ikea-like furniture and paper lamps; tables and chairs were in the main area and little inset caverns along one...
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