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Six Storeys

Restaurants, Global Soho
3 out of 5 stars
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(8user reviews)
Six Storeys
Venue says Private dining? Full scale party? Drinks? We've got your Christmas plans covered!

Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

A bar-restaurant on Soho Square.

Occupying a dizzying pile on Soho Square, this bar/restaurant/events space is a rather kooky spot. It was pretty dead on my weekday lunchtime visit, the eerie quietness only emphasised by the dining room décor: a cross between Miss Haversham derelict-chic and a retro gents’ club, with old hunting prints on the walls, worn tiles on the floor and dusty books on the tables.

The cooking is comfort-driven (though there is, of course, a superfood salad on offer, because #London2017). Of the snack-sized bits, a plate of crispy ‘chicken scrumpets’ were best: tenders by another name, well fried and supplied with a pot of passata-style ketchup. A main of braised beef cheek cottage pie was grand, with melty chunks of meat, a grilled cheesy top and an intensely buttery, truffle-infused mash so funky it could raise James Brown from the grave. Artery-furring, instant-coma stuff and all the better for it. I’m also glad I made the effort to shovel down a Soho trifle. It was floral and sweetshoppy, topped with pansies and dense with glossy vanilla custard. Clean eating? Nah – I’ll take it fattening and fad-free. More mash, please.

Six Storeys says
The fifth venue from Camm & Hooper, Six Storeys on Soho is a sumptuously refurbished seventeenth-century townhouse. Standing proud in Soho Square, Six Storeys is home to six decadent floors dedicated to elegant bars, relaxed dining, exclusive event spaces and more.

The Lobby Bar and Parlour, situated on the ground and first floor respectively are open 7 days a week for all day dining, a casual coffee or for one of our infamous infusions.

Small plates, sizeable sharing boards, a selection of sandwiches and burgers or a delicious choice of salads, Six Storeys is ideal for a spot of lunch or a casual dinner with friends.

Ideally located for after work drinks, Six Storeys is home to the infamous Camm & Hooper infusions - Quince & blue cheese gin anyone? Or for the more traditional try our refreshing Strawberry & Basil vodka or the original, and some would say the best, Plum G & T. Also available are a selection of wines and beers.

Come the weekend, there's a DJ on a Friday night and Saturday and Sunday are host to the popular Bottomless Brunch with your choice of bottomless Prosecco, Espresso Martini, Bloody Mary, Beer, Wine and G & T.

The remaining four floors are available for exclusive hire for celebrations of all kinds, private dining or meetings.

Details

Address: 11 Soho Square
London
W1D 3QE
Transport: Tube: Tottenham Court Rd
Price: Dinner for two with drinks and service: around £90.
Contact:
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 10am-1am; Fri 10am-2am; Sat 11am-2am; Sun midday-6pm
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Users say (8)

4 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

4 / 5

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tastemaker

I really really liked this bar.. There's a mix of French boudoir and western vibes going on here and it works so so well. We popped in here unexpectedly... We were led to their upstairs seating area where they had a very intimate live jazz band playing very sultry tunes. Their cocktail menu was very pretty extensive also! I mean they had a whole menu dedicated to different types of old fashioned cocktails!

I think the drinks were pretty much all under £11 which was fair.

I ordered a cocktail which promised toffee apple notes and smokey clouds but it didn't deliver at all. A little disappointing for £10... Having said that I'm happy to go back and give their old fashioned menu a shot.

tastemaker

If you are planning a private function, I think Six Storeys will be great. They have a range of function rooms of varying sizes, spread across different levels, it also gives you a great sense of privacy. However, the description of the venue makes it sound like it will be an amazing place to go for a drink on a night out as well, which unfortunately it isn't. We went there on Saturday night, hoping to grab a drink here, move in between floors and have a bite to eat there. When we got there, most of the levels were booked for private functions. We got seated at the bar on the second floor, with no one there and no music, just a group of us with 3 staff members. Needless to say, we didn't stay there long. On a more positive note, and reinstating it's suitability for private events, the venue is beautiful and the prices are reasonable. Now I just need a reason to have a party and book one of the floors. 


I cannot thank Six Storeys enough for their amazing hospitality on Saturday when I and 8 of my friends visited to celebrate the impending birth of one of our friend's baby. This was my fourth visit to Six Storeys and it did not disappoint. The staff were extremely accommodating and it was great to see Jesse who was holding the fort whilst Martin went on holiday. I cannot remember the name of the waiter that looked after us upstairs but he was extremely courteous and provided a fabulous service looking after the whole group. Needless to say, I'll be back - I think Six Storeys has also found new clientele in some of our friends who also loved our afternoon. Food was lovely, drinks were amazing and even the mocktail our pregnant friend had was thoroughly enjoyed. Thank you to the fab team at Six Storeys who really showed what good customer service is all about (hence why I keep returning). Lots of love to you all xxxxx

tastemaker

Six Storeys on Soho is located on Soho Square, just around the corner from Tottenham Court Road Station. The building is gorgeous, well decorated and just so decadent. There are six storeys (unsurprisingly!) with each floor housing a room suitable for dancing and drinking. You can hire out these rooms for a private party or enjoy the bar downstairs which has an impressive cocktail menu.


I visited to try the ‘Bottomless Brunch’ – for £40pp you can enjoy free-flowing beverages and a three course brunch on a Saturday. The drinks include Bloody Marys, Mimosa, Espresso Martinis, Beers, Wine and Prosecco and you can mix and match which is awesome! To start we had Bread and Spread: Sourdough with Six Storeys preserve and marmite butter. The jam was really tasty, with juicy strawberries inside, but I’m afraid I’m not a marmite girl so had to go with regular butter! 


For our mains we chose the Six Storeys Bacon & Cheese Burger, with house pickles, heritage beetroot relish, mayonnaise & little gem lettuce and the Sea Salt Cured Scottish Salmon, with scrambled free range egg & chives. The burger was big, meaty and delicious and the smoked salmon and scrambled eggs were also really tasty and the chives made it even better.

To finish off the chef provided a Pudding Pot…a pot of chocolatey heaven! With crushed chocolate biscotti and chocolate ganache on top it was delicious!


The alcohol certainly was unlimited and we stumbled out the doors two hours later feeling very full and merry! The staff were friendly and helpful and kept our glasses topped up. If you’re looking for a decadent, filling and boozy brunch then you should try Six Storeys for sure.

tastemaker

A very nice find in Soho square, this speakeasy is full of surprises. Walk into the lobby bar on the ground floor and take in the cozy, flirty atmosphere of a cocktail bar from a time gone by. After you’ve picked your beverage of choice from the very classy cocktail menu (a transformed novel which gives you the history of the bar and the story of the various gins, whiskeys and rums on offer), take a sip and let the atmosphere sink in. Ready for dinner? Head up to the candlelit Parlour on the first floor. And there’s no reason why your exploration should stop after dinner. Staying true to its name, six stories has four more floors on offer. Admittedly, they require prior booking and are meant for private events, but the friendly staff will not stand in the way of curious visitor wanting to climb up to the sixth floor loft. Overall a nice cocktail bar-cum-resto worth a visit in trendy Soho square. 

tastemaker

Recently visited Six Storeys in Soho Square for after work drinks. I was quite surprised by the venue as it used to be an old sticky club. It has been completely renovated and transformed into a nice and cosy 6th floor speakeasy style cocktails bar/restaurant. Each floor has its own identity and offer different services. In the ground floor, you have a Lobby Bar where you can enjoy very unusual spirits combinations such as 'Quince & Blue Cheese', 'Venison & Truffle', 'Pear & Sage' gins or 'Peanut Butter' flavoured rhum etc as well as more classic drinks. I was quite sceptical as their gins and rhums selections don't look tasty on paper but I'm adventurous and I have to admit it was actually very nice. The taste was not too strong and very well balanced between the gin bitterness and the mixers added. In the 2nd and 3rd floors, you can find a small restaurant and a lounge. Perfect for dates as the atmosphere is very intimate with candles everywhere. The 4th, 5th, and 6th ones are reserved for private events only. I'm very curious about the food menu. So I'll probably go back to see if it's as quirky as the drinks ones.  


Tried this venue out recently and offers many tasty spirits and liquors which feature some weird and wonderful flavours such as rose and cocoa vodka or blue cheese gin. The bar food was really tasty and staff were friendly. Great for first dates or just to chill and catch up with friends.


I went to an event on Friday at this venue and it was great :) The different infused drinks taste amazing, and there is a mixture of flavors, some really off the wall ones that taste surprisingly good :) The food was amazing too, very tasty :) Defiantly worth a visit if you want to go after work for some cocktails :)