The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch

Music, Folk, country and blues Shoreditch
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This Curtain Road venue is close in style and sentiment to its big sister, The Blues Kitchen over in Camden. Expect, then, a restaurant, bar and music venue with a hefty Stateside influence - from its bourbon and its barbecues all the way to its blues. 

Music does have a big part to play here. There's live artists pretty much every night of the week, with everything from rock 'n' roll to swing, motown, roots and even gospel complementing all that smokey blues. Keep an eye out for nights where food and music combine in happy harmony - think bargain ribs gnawed to a soundtrack of soul. 

An in-house barbecue, with meats smoked over fruit woods in their own fire pit, is kept busy - orders of beef brisket, smoked chicken, short beef ribs and burnt ends glazed with a beer and hickory barbecue sauce prove popular. Chilli,gumbo and a catfish jambalaya also feature. 

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Serving up hearty Texan BBQ and blues music, The Blues Kitchen brings a touch of Southern soul to east London. Vintage music posters imported from Nashville, a '50s airstream caravan, light fixtures made from gramophones and luxury leather style booths - not to mention the knowledge that music icons including Mud Morganfield, The Jim Jones Revue, Norman Jay and Andrew Weatherall have played here - make The Blues Kitchen feel like it's been here forever. Highlights of the menu include 16-hour slow smoked beef ribs, fresh Canadian lobster and the best buffalo wings in town.

With various live music and club nights on all week, there's always something to do at The Blues Kitchen!
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Venue name: The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch
Address: 134-146 Curtain Road
Opening hours: Mon-Wed noon-midnight; Thurs noon-1am; Fri noon-2.30am; Sat 10am - 3am, Sun 11am - 10.30pm
Transport: Tube: Old Street
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4.4 / 5

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  • 4 star:26
  • 3 star:3
  • 2 star:4
  • 1 star:2
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My boyfriend and I recently came for a Saturday brunch and having never visited the restaurant before was pleasantly surprised at how beautifully decorated and exciting the American venue was presented, it was really like stepping into a bar in old town New Orleans. Their brunch menu is fairly extensive offering a wide range of American breakfast favourites, however we had to opt for the mighty stacked pancakes, and because we were in an American diner, a side or honey glazed corn bread. The food both looked and tasted amazing leaving us with no space for any deserts or cocktails to follow. We were too early for any of the live performances however hear these are not to be missed. We will definitely be coming back one evening to try out their dinner and a show!


This is my first ever 5* review on Timeout, which may mean nothing to you but it's quite monumental for me.

I've been to The Blues Kitchen before, numerous times actually, usually just for a drink; most often after spending the afternoon in the pub. So, I've never had a strong enough memory of the venue to leave a review. However, last night I went sober, for dinner, after work (sigh, dry Jan you're killing me). 

The venue, as you can see from the pictures and the reviews is exquisitely decorated, large in size and ideally located in a very "hip" area (yes, I am 23, not 65). This is all great and given, making it a good night out. However, I was surprised to find that it's also a really great spot for food too! The food is great (I had the veggie platter, which was more than enough food for two and only cost £14) and it was economically priced! I think the average price for a main course was £12? Totally do-able, even for the most broke Londoners!

Highly recommend hitting this place up for lunch or after-work dinner.

(Apologies for the IG photo, I forgot to take a normal one!)


My favourite bar in London by far. If you love live music, then this is for you. They have the best selection of whiskeys and bourbons I have ever seen in London, the place is beautifully decorated and really big. The music is absolutely amazing, live music from soul to jazz... oh it's the best place to dance with your friends and have a good time! The food is meat heavy, very good, but wouldn't recommend if you plan on dancing right after, cause you'll just feel like rolling around on the grass after. The only con is that it gets really full sometimes and it's hard to find space to dance close to the stage, where the speakers are better.

I've been to Blues Kitchen a few times now and it never seems to disappoint, always a warm and welcoming feel to the night and have a wicked experience each time, it's a great venue with a vibrant atmosphere. The service is always outstanding and it's so easy to book through the reservations team. Food is unreal especially the Oreo Donuts they have for dessert, I simply can't get enough of them. I would without a doubt recommend this venue for people of all ages / friends and family, whether it's for a boogie and a few cocktails or just to eat. Definitely one of the best venues in London I have ever been too. 

Amazing venue and wicked vibe once the live music started! Super friendly staff, was able to get served pretty quick considering how busy it was. A very original and eclectic cocktail menu that we will definitely be returning back for! 

Went here over the weekend for Brunch and it was one of the best meals I have EVER had. The avocado on toast is incredible, perfect atmosphere, so relaxed and the staff were really attentive. I would 100% recommend, this is going to become my regular Saturday post hangover haunt. Also, the Bloody Mary's are MAGIC, miracle cure heaven. I came in feeling like death warmed up and left a new woman! :) 


The poorest venue I’ve ever been to. What was an absolutely amazing 25th birthday surprise, turned into an absolute hell hole.

The booking my boyfriend had made was not found, so we had to deal with makeshift seats at a restaurant table. This was fine as we were seated quickly.

The issue arose after my partner, who is an extremely hardworking primary school teacher, was sleepy and showed he was tired. We were told by the restaurant manager, Fez to ‘get a breath of fresh air’. He told us he would ‘hold our table’, and we would need to pay. He presented us with the bill and I suggested we get a quick breath of fresh air, as he suggested. When we were doing a lap of the block, Fez was chasing us and accused me of doing a runner?!

As a previous waitress, I fully understand the implications of customers not paying. I was deeply insulted by him escorting us to the restaurant, the customers sitting at our ‘reserved’ table and the refusal to be allowed back into the bar.

Extremely overrated, with very disrespectful staff. Completely ruined my 25th birthday. Would NOT recommend under any circumstance.

Blues Kitchen Shoreditch is ABSOLUTE FIREEEE. What a great venue!!!! So much fun, so much bourbon! YAAAASSSSSS.


In the heart of Shoreditch, 13 minutes walk from Liverpool Street station is this lovely, tall ceiling-ed lively American bar and restaurant.

The restaurant has a great menu for meat eaters and veggies alike with both typical and interesting American themed choices. There is also a bar menu of sharing platters for those not based on the restaurant side of the bar.

The bar area is so large that even on a busy Friday it shouldn't take you too long to get served. Live music on Fridays starts at about 9:30 - that atmosphere was buzzing and very lively. The whole place packed out by 10pm which makes getting to the toilets a bit of a journey but there were never any queues thankfully!

We reserved a couple of booths for a birthday and had a great evening of dancing, snacks, cocktails and chats - a really great vibe!

Unbelievable place but even better about staff welcoming.

I had the opportunity to have few drinks and a meal in this venue, everything was great until I heard the music and i have been served from an awesome guy called Alessandro who made that night unforgettable.

Music,Venue, Drinks and Staff 5 star.

Thank you so much

Couldn't have had a better evening being looked after by such killer staff. Alessandro in particular,.. Provided genuine hospitality and was really personable. Will 100% be back, hopefully when Alessandro is working.

I came here again last weekend with some friends and as anticipated had another great night. I find myself continuously coming back to this venue and it's not just because of the amazing food. The staff are very attentive, friendly and are always going out of their way to meet your needs. The atmosphere and vibes are spot on with live music every night, like no other venue in East London. Me and my friends enjoyed lots of different cocktails, with the bourbon espresso martini being a notable favourite, alongside a range of BBQ meats. It was all delicious! After our meal we got to dance off our meals all night to some great music. Highly recommend this place.

What a great Night...Love Blues Kitchen.

Came with a group of friends on Saturday night for few drinks and stayed till the end of the night.

The vibes of the venue were from the other world. 

Fantastic Service from the Bar staff unfortunately didn't get the name of the bartender that served us.

If you are looking for Great Music and great service. 


I came here with my wife as recommendation from a work colleague. We both love live music but to also have food and drinks. I find that most places don't know how to do all 3 and was somewhat apprehensive. I was wrong! We went on a Tuesday and the band was a jazzy swing band, really good. And the bbq was delicious but I have to say, the beef rib I got was almost terrifyingly big! All the cocktails were reasonably priced so I had a few!

What a cool venue! Will be back again.

C. M. Hughes

I just love coming here everytime I'm in the area, when I haven't got plans for a night out, when I do have plans, for a special occasion, a catch up, a chilled dinner or a great crazy dinner. This is because it is just the perfect place for any type of night and it's all dowqn to the staff, the food and the music. 

You don't get American bbq done this well that easily!!! and the starters are just the perfect size and taste to keep your stomach from rumbling while you wait for your mains. 

The service is spot on, super friendly yet attentive and I always feel spoilt!

If you are reading this, stop reading and book a table now!!

Went there for the first time last weekend. Such a great atmosphere and the staff is really attentive and friendly. Had the beef ribs and they were just fabulous! Really recommend the Oreo donuts and the pear old fashioned. Will definitely go back!

The beautiful BBQ meats, with a particular shoutout to short beef rib, are standout here. Alongside great cocktails (notably Espresso Martini Bourbon and Negronis) to complement the meal with. I'd also highly recommend the squid as an appetiser - and the wings are probably the best I've had.

Decor and venue is stunning and the vibe has both a friendly warmth as well as a party buzz.

Amazing venue to come for dinner and drinks, dangerously easy to stay afterwards because there is live music on every single evening. All the BBQ meat we tried was excellent, I had a beef rib and my partner tried the burnt ends with pork ribs. We started with crab donuts (amazing, who knew!?) 

The cocktails are great as well, all under £10 and get to your table within 10 minutes without fail. Seeing as we live locally we're in here all the time for brunch or dinner or sometimes just to see the show. 

Can't recommend enough! 


When you fancy a proper dancing night out and having fun without necessarily spending a fortune in one of those shiny venues in the centre, but still remaining quiet central, then you go to Shoreditch, right? Well, to me this can only mean "night at the Blues Kitchen"!

Go before 8 if you want to avoid the queu and start your night with their delicious nibbles at the bar if you don't want to go for a full dinner: they have huge and quiet cheap platters to share! Lick your fingers cause it's worthwhile!

At 22 the live music starts and every time you can enjoy different outstanding bands, playing many styles from blues to rock'n'roll. You'll end up dancing untill they literally sweep you out the door!!!

Have fun!!


What a lovely place to go for a drink! Great atmosphere, friendly service, lovely food... and the bill at the end was surprisingly cheap! What a good night!

Perfect for a catch up with friends over dinner and a cocktail!


Someone has spent a lot of time at flea markets and hardware stores and possibly New Orleans to make this place look suitably authentically shabby for a Blues bar, and it's paid off. It's an impressive space when you first walk in from Curtain Rd, surprisingly high ceilinged with delicious wafts of barbeque pork and banging tunes. But it's not just for show - those wafts from the kitchen really deliver mouthwatering American-style burnt ends (chunks of marinated beef brisket, crispy fried chicken (fried in buttermilk and secret seasoning) and slow-smoked pulled pork. As it happens you probably don't want to come here if you're not into juicy spiced meat and hard liquor. The bourbon cocktail I tried - bourbon, soda water, sugar and lemon, like an old fashioned hard lemonade - really hit the spot with sweet and bitter against the meaty juices all over my mouth. It's a different vibe to the Camden Blues Kitchen - which has a little more of a dive bar taste about it - I would almost say this one is the newer, more showy brother. But the music is good, consistent bluesy rock, and everything just feels right, man, from the mannequin behind the bar with a beard to the blue and white patterned tiles, cracked white basins and peeling ceiling in the bathroom. Good for: a Friday night date, showing off to tourist friends, pretending you live in the deep South of the U.S.A.


I went to the Blues Kitchen Shoreditch for the first time two days ago for the amazing Time Out Tastemaker award evening and I must say it was a great location for the event!

I didn't get the chance to explore the main bar and restaurant area on the ground floor BUT I did get to enjoy the private room downstairs. It was a bit of a quest finding this specific room since all that's indicated downstairs is the loo. I started imagining that the room would be so private and the event so secret that we'd find the entrance by hitting a couple of tiles in one of the toilet cubicles and activating the apparition of the door by pulling on the flush chain, Harry Potter style. None of this happened but this little room was still lovely.

A lot of great food samples were served. I got to taste pulled pork, chicken wings, green peppers (which, to be honest, I could have done without) and other chocolate filled donuts.

Also, as I was leaving, I caught a bit of the gig that was going on in the main room and it sounded great.


One of my favourite branches of the Blues Kitchen! It has a huge wraparound bar with plenty of seating, and a charming wooden decor that really adds to the atmosphere. I generally try to avoid chains in London where you're spoilt for choice with lots of independents, but in this instance, Blues Kitchen have done themselves proud! 

It's got a cracking jerk chicken, a good selection of drinks, cocktails and excellent service. Am now looking for a chance to come back when there's a live band with a bunch of mates, and work my way through the menu! 


Came here for brunch the other day with a few friends. We tried booking however bookatable said there were no tables available to book. I wasn't hopeful we would get in but had a few back ups. When we actually turned up at 11.30 it was empty and there were tonnes of tables available. I thought perhaps they don't take bookings for smaller groups but they definitely do - maybe it's a Sunday brunch thing? Might be advisable to call?

The place itself is massive with a great central bar and lots of booths around it. There is also a stage in the corner and some further seating in a camper van!!! Dying to sit in that! Think there is also private areas for booking downstairs. 
Service was quiiiite slow especially because of how few people were there however nice and chilled for a Sunday and our waitress was really friendly. 
The brunch menu is awesome and very varied from pigs and biscuits, pancakes, chicken & waffles and English breakfast. I went for the American breakfast - bbq beans, toast, tomato, potato hash, egg, bacon and a side of pancakes and maple syrup. All for £8.50 - there was so so much food. I ended up giving the bacon, egg and potato away and kept my fav bits. The bbq beans are delish and the fluffy pancakes and maple syrup were also good. All washed down with a coffee. My bf went for the pigs and biscuits which he thoroughly enjoyed (scones and pulled pork) and I tried a bit of and liked too! A friend went for the chicken and waffle. This was £12.50 so more pricey than the rest of the other meals but it was massive!!! The waffle was okkkk but not my fav however the fried chicken was crisp on the outside and succulent on in the inside. Quite impressed however over all the dish was a little dry and got a bit samey. 
Half way through a guy started singing and playing the piano which really added to the atmosphere.
Overall a great place, great food, reasonably priced with lovely staff. I'm looking forward to coming here for dinner!

I went to The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch for the first time last night and loved it. I had the gumbo which was excellent, really smokey and flavoursome. My Dad is a chef from the US so I have eaten a great deal of Southern US-style food and was really impressed with my meal. We also had great cocktails, they serve the classics as well as some more unusual ones. The Alabama Mess for dessert was amazing, but huge! Definitely one for sharing. All the portions were very generous, we left completely stuffed after sharing a starter and dessert with a main each and some sides.

The service was really excellent. Our waitress was friendly and funny and was able to make recommendations on the best food and specific whiskeys to try. The food was served quickly but the atmosphere made us feel we were welcome to stay all night. Even though it is a busy bar, the noise levels were great - music was good but not too loud so you could have a nice conversation over dinner. 

I would highly recommend The Blues Kitchen, I am definitely going back to try the rest of the menu!
Staff Writer

My first visit to Blues Kitchen and it's looking certain to be the first of many. Love this place.

The vibe and atmosphere is exactly what I look for in a bar - laid back, unpretentious and fun. Throw in lots of bourbon and great food and you really do have a recipe for a great venue, no wonder they've got two more bars in Camden and Brixton.

The food's great, the staff know their way around a good cocktail and the selection available is very very good.

A new favourite in Shoreditch


Can’t believe that having this awesome bar in my hood, I’ve never been there! Taste makers meet up was not only a great occasion to finally meet other reviewers but also for discovery!

The upstairs bar is huge! The décor is a bit raw, a combination of vintage looking with scrap wood and quirky elements here and there. I loved the air stream upcycled into a sitting booth.

The place where we met was a bit more cosy, still with the same distinctive retro character. Although I’m not a big whiskey / bourbon fan, the cocktails that were served that night were delicious. Apart from cocktails, they have a great selection of craft beers, gins, tequilas and obviously bourbons.

The food is heavily based on BBQ, so it’s heaven for meat eaters, not that much vegetarians. The sweet potato fried and grilled green chillies were pretty tasty, though.

Check their site for live music, as there some pretty funky stuff going on there almost every night. 


Wow what a place! From the outside it looks a bit tacky and dingy but as soon as I walked through the doors I realised how wrong my first impressions were.. this place is HUGE! A massive bar sits proudly in the middle and round the outside is a mix of restaurant and bar tables. The bar and waiting staff were very friendly and helpful and the atmosphere feels like it could be straight out of Texas! Fab live entertainment even on a "school night" makes this a great venue for a fun night out. Make sure you try the chicken wings but don't expect much change from a tenner for a cocktail!


As soon as you walk in to what was previously Bar Music Hall, you feel as though this huge venue has been here for years. The wraparound bar gives punters enough space to shout their order from their popular cocktail list or choice of beers and there are enough seats to rest your tired feet. However, come on a Tuesday for Swing Night and chairs and tables are cleared away to allow couples to dance the night away to a live band. All in all there is a great atmosphere and staff are really friendly and happy to help make suggestions for food and drinks. My only issue is that pricing is a little steep but if you're here for one of their free events then the price you pay is totally worth it.

If you do order food, make sure you request the legendary wings which are hot enough to be memorable but not too hot that you're running to the toilet!

Unbelievably good. Great atmosphere, relaxed and inviting interior. I'm a west Londoner and Blues Kitchen has got me thinking about my commitment to the West. I went for food but the selection of drinks also took my fancy as it's there are so many quality drinks available; some of the pale ales in the place are particularly enjoyable. 

As for food, I thought that I'd be eating another British attempt of American food. My expectations were soon dismantled as it arrived. Presented in an earthy and non-pretentious way, it looked good but tasted even better. There was no part of the serving that wasn't truly enjoyable, even the sides were like mains. 

The staff are friendly, relaxed and simply good at their jobs. They really contributed to the night by building the atmosphere. They clearly love working there. 

Bascally, The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch is awesome and you should all go!

The whole place has an amazing friendly vibe, filled with a classic feel and great music, most of it performed live. 

Then the food is delicious, it's a meat eaters dream but I'm I'm a veggie and was still catered for with great grub! 

Service was fast and always attentive, definitely recommend.

Went here a few weeks ago with friends, so fun! Amazing food and amazing atmosphere, blues kitchen is a great little chain and the shoreditch branch is definitely my favourite.

Excellent meat selection and a massive drinks selection! Will definitely be returning. 5*

We travelled on a Monday, and were met with live music, and a lively joint. We started the evening with some fantastic cocktails, then moved onto the hard stuff. 

Jake, lager. Jonny, lager. Me, lager sometimes cider, so different drinks for different... needs. 

Between the lot of us we tried a fair amount of the food on offer, and let me tell you now, i had a grin on my hickory smoked bbq sauce caked face as i sucked down wings, hoovered up juicy plump prawns and crunched my way through a lobster that was quite frankly, a shell of his old self when i was finished with him. 

The lovely staff were warm and attentive, and made me and the posse want to stay the whole night. But alas, all good things must end. As i left the premises and was consumed by the unusually warm December air i looked back on the evening; it had had it all, laughs, legends, lager, lobster. It made me realise the importance of enjoying a nice evening with pals, and smoked bbq meats, because before you know it you might just be sat on the 78 bus wondering if you can make it home in time to watch The Hunt and still get 7 hours sleep.

Cannot recommend highly enough, i will be returning.

Went for dinner here with friends and was welcomed with really friendly service and great food. As a veggie I'm used to meagre helpings, but here the chefs were as generous with the food as the bartenders were with the rum. Will be coming back again. 

If you're reading this, you're most likely up in arms about where to go for dinner or drinks with your pals. Maybe you want something that's not too expensive, not too boring, suits the veggie, or perhaps most importantly, somewhere that comes beyond correct in the kitchen. You had a look at a few places on your taste card app, and after pissing of your mates with the insufferable '241 t&c' chat, you find yourself desperately flicking through pdf menu downloads, slowly loosing the plot. But look where you are now. If you're reading this, you need never read another review again. Last Tuesday, The Blues Kitchen Shoreditch was rammed with all kinds of booze and expert bartenders, the most tender of meats, accommodating and happy staff, and all round good vibes. If you eat and drink regularly and you haven't been here yet, you're eating and drinking wrong. 

 For a little hungry caterpillar as myself - boy was I in for a treat! Tasty cocktails, delicious BBQ, buzzing atmosphere; this place really does have all you need for a good time. I had a really good green dip followed by some big bits of barbecued beef, perfectly cooked and super duper delicious. THANKS BLUES KITCHEN!!!

 First time I've eaten at one of the Blues Kitchen venues and won't be the last. Great service, delicious food, accompanied by whole spectrum of drinks. Visited yesterday evening with a couple of friends and the general consensus was that everything was excellent. It's also priced really well for the type of venue it is and is standout against the host of other venues that opt to offer you a similar service but come up short. Will certainly be visiting again! 

found out this place was open for brunch from a friend last week who was telling me about the chicken and waffles here, cant believe i didn't know sooner. i got the tall stack of buttermilk pancakes with maple syrup and bacon - delish - authentic american style light fluffy 5 STAR BRUNCH!!!

Definitely one of the nicest places I've been to in London, it has the whole package; my extravagant and delicious burger of the month was well complemented by one of the best and most impressive looking 'Zombie' cocktails I have ever tried. The variety of starters which we shared between us was amazing and I came across a few things I had never heard of but will never forget. The service was prompt and friendly and the atmosphere was exactly what I had hoped for a night with friends. I can't wait to come back again soon, and will this time stay later as I felt the place was only just getting started when I left at 9!

Some friends and I went to dinner at The Blues Kitchen in Shoreditch last night and had an amazing meal. I’m not one to review usually but I was seriously impressed by the quality and size of the meals, and you can mix and match different meats, which is ideal for the indecisive. The venue has a very groovy atmosphere going and the staff are friendly and helpful without being over the top. We had a couple of cocktails and beers with two courses and found that everything was very reasonably priced – especially for the amount we ate and drank (you will not be hungry after). It's a perfect place to go with a group of friends - the starters are easy to share and there's something for everybody. I will definitely be back soon!


I had really good and pleasant evening I'm Blues Kitchen.

Good food, ambient and music, surely a place to return. :)

great atmosphere and music - the food did not disappoint either, the burger was very tasty but the slaw was what i was in it for. would recommend for anyone who wants their fill of soul food and music!  

Went last night- immediately wanted to write this review. I had probably the best meal of my life. Music: great. Atmosphere: great. Food: great (and organic) 5/5 


It's a cool bar and stays open pretty late - so it's a great place to go for drinks on week days. The atmosphere is good - it's always pretty lively and they have live music sometimes. However the food is a bit disappointing. I've been to the Shoreditch branch lots and this one just doesn't compare. Great place for drinks, but not the best if you want a good meal.


We thoroughly enjoyed our experience of the blues kitchen, the atmosphere in there is great. The staff are all very friendly and accommodating and the food is good too. The goat tacos were like nothing I've ever tasted and the Mayo that came with them was so incredible we kept it to go with our mains. We had the fried chicken and beef rib. The beef rib was huge and just fell off the bone and melted in your mouth. It was perfect. The best beef rib I've had. The chicken let it down slightly by being far too greasy but overall we loved the blues kitchen. We hadn't even left before we'd decided we'd be coming back for more of the glorious goat tacos and live music.


I've only had one experience at the Blues Kitchen, but I'm keen to return - particularly for one of their swing dance evenings. 

It's a friendly and relaxed place for a weekend brunch. You can while away some time in one of the booths and order American classics. I ordered the pancakes (not unusual for me) and was very satisfied with them.

The food was good and the service fine, and it seems to attract less of a queue than the trendier restaurants (e.g. Breakfast Club) whilst in my view delivering a better experience. 

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Great venue - you feel like you're either in Cuba or in the deep South.  The menu is brilliant - SO many different options and the atmosphere is great - really chilled and unstuffy.  The food tasted great, and the live music adds to the ambience.  Definitely one to try in Shoreditch. 

 Absolutely DISGUSTING!!!

Firstly the drink was overpriced, you are basically drinking ice and not a cocktail. The meal was so warm I could not believe it. The Mac and Cheese was a joke I think. We arrived a bit early but 1 hr later the woman is calling me asking where am I. I went to the toilet and saw 3 girls walking out of the mens toilet with a male waiter only God knows what orgy he was doing on his lunch break. I ordered the oreo donut dessert and honestly i felt like i was eating moi moi and bread. The live band was a joke, I am 100% sure she was an ex crap singer from sister act 2. I did not understand how unprofessional the waiters are. They literally hugged everyone in the place as if they were homeboys. I then saw the service charge (8.99) ARE YOU HAVING A LAUGH. What service did they give for such a charge. I have had better service in a PFC shop.

Honestly guys do NOT come here. Waste of money

Great atmosphere with live music and really good cocktails! Looking forward to visiting again, particularly for the gospel choir sundays! 

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