With separate entrances at either end and a few outdoor tables in Kingly Court, Two Floors feels more spacious than it is. The first floor sees Hoxtonesque bar bohemia, with regular rotations of young artists’ work offsetting a dark interior.
The short row of taps – two Red Stripe, two Camden Hells – gives the minimum of choice in draught selection, but Estrella, Brooklyn, Modelo Especial and Goose Island come by the bottle. There are four wines of each colour, with democratic pricing and crowd-pleasing selections: a South African chenin blanc, Chilean cab sauv.
Down in the basement is Handy Joe’s Tiki Bar, a kitsch Hawaiian-themed affair complete with bamboo panelling and illuminated tiki masks.