The Polo Bar at The Westbury Hotel

Afternoon tea, Bars·
Bronze Award
London, W1S 2YF·Website·Call020 8382 5006
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Bronze Award

The Westbury's nut-brown, art deco-style Polo Bar is always worth a look – that's ‘polo' as in sporting chukkas, not Ralph Lauren shirts. However , if Polo suggests mint, you might try a Maker's Mark bourbon julep or an alcohol-free mela verda from a selection of reasonably priced cocktails and mocktails. Otherwise, the list is strong on martinis – sip orange blossom, lemon tart or one of the pimped-up signatures such as Spitfire (a Chivas 18-year-old and Drambuie toddy to warm dreary December nights). Wines such as a Mendoza Malbec work well with posh nosh along the lines of panko-crusted prawns, angus beef chips and spiced nduja Scotch eggs. The feel is uniformly high-end, but the decor splits opinion: understated luxury or a wee bit bland, despite those bling Swarovski crystal blinds.

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Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Afternoon tea, Bars
Quiet conversation
Food Occasions
All day dining

Location for The Polo Bar at The Westbury Hotel

The Westbury Hotel, 37 Conduit Street, London, W1S 2YF

020 8382 5006


Opening Times

Mon-Sat 9am-1am Sun 11am-12M

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Toby N

Nice for a relaxing drink
22 April 2013  
Having been for lunch and decided that an afternoon off was in order we went to the Polo Bar. At 4.30pm to 7.30pm on a Friday it was a very enjoyable experience. It’s warm and cosy, though the air conditioning did seem to be having a bit of an off day so there were the odd few random hot/cold blasts. The music is fine, suitably chilled and funky and everything is spotless – the only odd point is that the chairs are too low for the tables leaving you feeling like you're reaching up to get your drinks. We didn’t eat, other than some rather nice, though rather salty, nibbles so I can’t comment on food. Drinks were good if pricy, but perhaps that shouldn’t come as a shock given the area. Service is really good; they remained patient with us even as we got rather drunk and a little silly. The bill was a sobering £195 for 2 of us; though I suppose 6 glasses of champagne, 2 large glasses of Malbec and 3 vodkas will do that. I’d definitely go back – once my hangover has faded and my wallet recovered.
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