I visited Bedroom Bar early on a Saturday night and had some delicious Korean-style chicken wings and skinny chips in the small eatery next to the main bar. The sweet, sesame wings were some of the best I've ever tasted and I hear the comedy night, free on Wednesdays, is also great fun. After our meal we decided to move into the bar area but it was relatively small and open to the street on a cold night so we decided to go elsewhere given the huge amount of drinking venues nearby. However, the chicken wings alone will bring me back, overall a good experience.
Time Out says
Posted: Sat Jan 12 2013
A lovely find which is more like a ballet hall and quite like a bedroom! Wooden flooring, white walls and a bedsit above the Comedy Cafe crammed with heavy consuming. Music progresses through the week from general chill-out and Latin jazz to funk, reggae and salsa, broken beat soulful house and breaks.
What's on at Bedroom Bar
Blues, roots and country, Traditional music, Folk
Traditional southern Italian group playing pizzica, one of the oldest forms of Mediterranean music.
Average User Rating
3.3 / 5
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possibly the worst place I have ever been to in London. we were charged £8 to get in only to find out that everyone else after us was charged £5 with a free drinks voucher. 4 of the 5 bands that were announced did not play. worst of all, my friend left a bag with birthday presents in the place which we didn't get back. we actually saw one of the waitresses wearing some of the stuff in the bag and when challenged we were pushed out onto the street and abused. we had to call the police and report it. AVOID!! there is an abundance of other, better places in Shoreditch, or why not venture to Dalston or Hackney instead. friendlier people and better bars.