Lucky Voice Soho

1 reviews

52 Poland Street , London, W1F 7NQ

Lucky Voice Soho
Lucky Voice Soho
Lucky Voice Soho
Lucky Voice Soho

SquareMeal Review of Lucky Voice Soho

Lady Gaga or Radio Ga Ga? The Ting Tings or My Ding-a-Ling? Either way, murder your musical heroes in a state-of-the-art booth at Lucky Voice. Come early doors, when costs are as low as £5 per person per hour, & you can knock back Jim Morrison’s favourite, Jim Beam – mixed with cinnamon, Drambuie & honey in a Soho speakeasy martini. Parties of all sizes (& vocal abilities) can be accommodated, & larynx-lubricating long drinks include Tokyo mule, kimono & J-Pop (an alco tuck-shop treat topped with giant Parma violets). Bag a bottle of Belvedere or Beefeater 24 (£145, mixers included) plus one of the deep-pan pizzas if you’re in for the long haul. Kirin & Asahi are the boy-band beers, while £15.95 will get you a bottle of Spanish house vino.

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Lucky Voice Soho Location

52 Poland Street , London W1F 7NQ

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020 7439 3660

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Opening times

Mon-Sat 5.30pm-1am (Fri-Sat 3pm- ) Sun 3-10.30pm

Lucky Voice Soho's Reviews

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Food & Drink: 7.0

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Service: 8.0

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Atmosphere: 10.0

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Value: 7.0

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Food + drink: 3

Service: 4

Atmosphere: 5

Value: 3

Gold Reviewer
03 November 2008

Lucky Voice is another of my guilty secrets – a great venue for a night out before hitting a club, living out your pop singing fantasies has never been easier. The rooms are smart and well equipped with microphones and props and a little buzzer keeps the bar service flowing when you need to sooth your sore throat after pretending your Elvis on his Vegas comeback. Plenty of rooms for varying sizes of group and a largish bar for when it all becomes too much. My only gripe is that the main bar itself doesn't take cash and all drinks are charged to the card that booked the room which can cause a few problems when it's time to go as they never seem to keen to split the bill on several cards. They have every song you will want to sing and if they don't you can request it through the website.

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