A restaurant and bar at the late-night and vowel-averse club DSTRKT, on Rupert Street. Expect a food menu with pan-Asian and European dishes, plenty of cocktails and diners and drinkers moving onto the club – some to look for one or two of the celebs that have popped here in the past, perhaps. The food menu ranges from crispy squid, tempura prawns, sushi and black cod cooked on a robata grill to truffle gnocchi, octopus carpaccio, rump steak with fried egg and chips and lamb cutlets with gratin dauphinoise. A lighter late-night menu includes wasabi prawns, prawn crackers, beef sliders and veg spring rolls. And to drink? Think cocktails, such as a Honey Jar (Tanqueray gin, St Germain liqueur, Drambuie, apple juice, fresh red grapes and fresh raspberries) and a kiuri (fresh cucumber, muddled kiwis and raspberries with Hendrick's gin and elderflower cordial).
Venue says: “Our Pan-Asian restaurant and bar is set on an attractive split-level surrounding, offering a wide range of dishes and cocktails.”