Icebar London

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This long-standing Mayfair spot pretty much does what it says on the tin: it's an icy bar. It's kept at -5C, with visitors given thermal boots and jackets to keep the cold at bay. Drinks - served in tumblers made of ice - feature mojitos, kir royales, jaliscos and a Double Vision - made with Absolut Blue vodka, apple purée, passion fruit juice and lemon juice. Each session lasts 40 minutes, and should be booked in advance. 

There's an upstairs restaurant and lounge, too. The food menu here features British dishes including charcuterie boards, chicken wings, pork belly with cornbread, burgers, flat iron steaks and chicken and wild mushroom terrine served with brioche. The cocktails list ranges from spritzers and negronis to punch bowls and after dinner specials. 

Venue name: Icebar London
Address: 31-33 Heddon Street
Opening hours: Open 3.30-11pm Mon-Thu, Sun; 2.45pm-1.15am Fri; 12.30pm-1.15am Sat.
Transport: Tube: Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus tube

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Richard G

Visited last night.  It's not just the ice that's cold at the ice's the frosty service from the waiting and bar staff; it's the 'hot' meal that you ordered over an hour ago; it's the size of the cocktails which are frankly a joke. A really disappointing evening and we will not be visiting again.  AVOID. 


Loved it, friendly staff, reasonable prices and I'm a sucker for any sort of gimmick!

Dominique L

A cool place to start the night Small space with some seating areas. Great music and lighting effects, would be nice if they had a special sculpture of the month/ year giving all the tourists another paparazzi corner. For 14 pounds a 40 minutes session with a free cocktail served in a cup made out of ice isn't bad at all. Great place as an icebreaker for a first date or an event. Awesome bartenders. Helps you overcome the london weather - definitely doesn't seem so bad as you step outside with a frozen nose.