Opened by the masterminds behind The Compound Collective of Barbary Coast and Deadfall fame, the two-storey bar stars a nine-metre long marble bar countertop. This juxtaposes against a posh backdrop lined with over 400 different spirits (it was made to hold 800). The mid-century modern interiors complemented by deep jewel green and earth-tone furniture exude plush and sophistication, while blots of wallpaper by House of Hackney plaster the walls.
The polished menu showcases 16 signature tipples, each tied to an iconic artwork of its time. Our favourite was the Le Jardin ($25++) where it's certainly one for the gram’. A concoction of Lake Bartezek Vodka, linden leaf, chlorophyll, peach, lemon, and champagne is artfully presented. Brightly refreshing and subtly sweet, it drinks smooth and easy.
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