Trader Vic's retro bar and restaurant has been situated in London's Hilton, Park Lane, since 1963. Its tiki lounge vibes effuse the era it opened and bring a little of the Pacific to the city. The walls and ceiling are clad in bamboo and straw mats, with aboriginal-esque prints and sculptures, and ocean-themed trinkets around the place
The menu boasts global cuisine cooked in Chinese wood-fired ovens, ranging from the Mediterranean to the Middle East via East Asia. Enjoy a surf and turf luau (barbecue ribeye steak and whole barbecue lobster) for dinner, or snack on mango chili spring rolls and finish up with rum ice cream.
The tropical theme runs through the drinks menu, too, with a whopping 200+ signature cocktails to choose from, as well as a selection of South African, Australian, Spanish, French, Italian, Chilean and American wines. You can also catch live music performances, DJs and carnival-esque parties.
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London Hilton Park Lane
22 Park Lane
|Opening hours:||6-11.30pm daily; Bar: 5pm-1am Sun-Thu; 5pm-3am Fri, Sat|
|Transport:||Tube: Hyde Park Corner|
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A few of me and friends come here for pre drinks before we went on to Drama night club in the same hotel. The drinks here are dangerous! Especially the sharing ones. But we wasn't complaining!
Do you like Pina Coladas and taking walks in the rain? Well you're in the right place! Trader Vics is the best place to go to transport you from wet London town to a Tiki Bar in Hawaii. Home of the original Mai Tai, Trader Vics is a cosy hotel bar (found underneath the Park Lane Hilton) to drink fancy cocktails in. Reasonably priced and certainly not a naff themed bar, it's a nice place to go to recuperate after braving shopping on Oxford Street.