Despite having an old-school oak-panelled style and more than a touch of the Don Drapers about it, this bar to the rear of the London Edition hotel is a contemporary, high-fashion hangout where platinum-blonde bar staff look like supermodels and guests smoulder in the corner by candlelight. A reservations-only policy makes the place feel all the more exclusive (especially if your table happens to be the one by the roaring fire). Retro soul tracks match the drinks serve, with a complimentary sherry glass of the punch of the day served to guests on arrival, like a swinging ’70s house party. Trying the more curious – and heady – cocktails (all priced at £14) is far from intimidating, since bar staff keenly and knowledgeably steer you. Some sensible classics stay put on the list, but adventurous seasonal drinks are worth perusing too, like the 57 Shades of Grey with vodka, whiskey, Campari and prosecco all in the mix. That’s how to pack a punch.
This bar specialises in Punch cocktails, served both individually and to share. Work your way through the 30 strong list of drinks in the third incarnation of the renowned Punch Room Five menu. There's even the option to take part in cocktail masterclasses, held every Friday and Saturday, 2pm - 4pm.
|Venue name:||Punch Room at the London Edition|
10 Berners St
|Opening hours:||Open 5pm-1am Mon-Sun|
|Transport:||Tube: Tottenham Court Rd|
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Average User Rating
3.8 / 5
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My friends and I had the afternoon tea at the Punch Room. For £35, we each received 3 little oer d'oeuvres and small alcoholic punches along with a choice of tea. They included no sandwiches or scones in their version of the afternoon tea... Though the atmosphere was lovely, the service was lacking. It was a small and pretty empty room when we arrived and yet they still failed to fill up our teas on a regular basis. Bad value for money and definitely not an afternoon tea I would recommend.