Reborn from Floridita’s ashes (victim of a 2015 fire), D&D London’s replacement is a sleek, good-looking restaurant, retaining the clubby vibes alongside an extensive but patchy mod-Euro menu. Descend a grand staircase to a vast low-lit room, replete with designer furniture. A stage is the focus, with live acts complementing various themes throughout the week. The remaining space is split into a bar area, tables radiating from the stage and a more secluded, densely packed dining corner. Above, the Lounge provides all-day dining, allowing the Club to offer something more expansive: generous hunks of crispy pork belly from the ‘Robata’ section, or foie gras from the ‘Fried’, encased in batter. Shoulder of suckling pig was too greasy and unremarkable to justify £48, while black cod Provençale was fine yet also pricey. Desserts and drinks offer more fun and value; booming music and heavy-handed staff make lengthy dinners a trial.