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Journey Through London Part VI

ANNEX 3- (6 Little Portland Street, W1W 7JE ) .The food is modern European with a Japanese twist but it's the perfectly mixed cocktails that really impress. Wasabi Kiss, which tastes better than it sounds, is an unusual mix of wasabi, basil, and fresh kiwi with vodka, coconut rum and Drambuie. 
ARTESIAN -( Langham Hotel, 1C Portland Place, W1B 1JA) .Enjoy dominoes and daiquris on Mondays from 5pm or sax on Saturday nights from 8pm at one of London's most glamourous hotel cocktail bars.
THE COBURG BAR - ( Connaught Hotel, Carlos Place, W1K 2AL) The handiwork of Parisian-based designer, India Mahdavi. Wood -anelled interiors and antique pieces are counterbalanced by modern art works by Julian Opie, plush velvet and leather seats and geometric print carpet.
FLORIDITA- (100 Wardour Street, W1F 0TN) With branches in Madrid, Moscow, Havana and London, Floridita is a thoroughly international enterprise, and it shows in faultless food, decor and drinks.
FUNKY BUDDHA -( 15 Berkeley Street, W1J 8DY )This is the place to go if you want to watch Premiership footballers, Big Brother 'stars', Russian playboys and Page Three models at play - and prices are as steep as you'd expect. If you're lucky, you might have booked a table in the VIP sections where you can sit and be served by waitresses and watch the beautiful people do their thing.
THE LONG BAR- ( Sanderson, 50 Berners Street, W1T3NG) The Long Bar is hugely chic but is still one of the more accessible of London's many flashy bars. Inside, it's sleek, modern, starkly white..
LONSDALE- (48 Lonsdale Road, London, W11 2DE) bright furs and rich carpets add to the impression that you've strayed into a set from Flash Gordon. The cocktails are magnificent and the food is also fantastic.
LOUNGELOVER- (1 Whitby Street, London, E2 7DP) Guests are expected to glam up to match the surroundings. Needless to say, the cocktails here are excellent, if pricey. 
MAHIKI- (1 Dover Street, W1S 4LD) A favourite with young royals - Princes Harry and William, Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie have been spotted here... all at the same time. If you're feeling like a party try the infamous treasure chest (a heady mix underscored by a litre of vodka and costing £100 a pop). I would recommend you this one, but It's also very expensive.
MILK & HONEY- (61 Poland Street, W1F 7NU) With no number on its door, no name emblazoned outside, a ring-before-you-arrive guest policy, an underground location and some rather interesting house rules, this bar oozes mystery. Designed in the manner of a prohibition-era speakeasy, the land of milk and honey is, more accurately, overflowing with gin swizzles and champagne cocktails.
SHOCHU LOUNGE- (37 Charlotte Street, W1T 1RR) stylish basement bar is more seductive than the glass and metal restaurant upstairs and serves the same world class Japanese menu. Dark woods, giant barrels, candles and pottery create a chic modern take on rustic Japanese simplicity, with low couches for diners and plenty of pillows to prop yourself up on if you eat too much.
SKETCH (9 Conduit Street, W1S 2XG ) the Sketch complex comprises two critically acclaimed restaurants, an art gallery, a salon de thé and two spectacular bars. It also features London's most talked-about toilets, a collection of bright white, egg-shaped, space-age pods. Prices are sky high.

If you ask me I would recommend you Mahiki & Sketch ,. Both are so expensive but I can say for sure that you will not be disappointed .!

It was a great idea of me writing this, if you love classy clubs and places, then you should really visit some of them ! 
If you have any suggestions of what to write next, just comment on a set bellow or PM me .

Next part of ''Journey through London'' coming soon
Hope that you enjoyed
-Sheila xx
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