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Absolut Icebar London is the first permanent icebar in the UK. Experience the extreme - the bar is kept at minus 5 degrees all year round and everything inside is made out of crystal clear ice transported especially from the Torne River in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden.
Entrance fee includes; thermal cape to keep you warm on entry, personal ice glass, choice of Vodka cocktail in your ice glass (or non-alcoholic drink).
Booking is not mandatory but highly recommended due to current demand. You can book a 40 min visit on it's own or you can combine it with a booking for lunch, dinner or just drinks in "Below Zero" the adjacent warm lounge and restaurant.
Epitomising destination dining at its very finest, Aqua Nueva sits on top of the former Dickens & Jones department store, opposite the London Palladium. With breathtaking views from the terrace, the restaurant is equally striking inside - a fabulously chic blend of contemporary styles is the setting for acclaimed Spanish cuisine. Tapas delicacies are presented with real artistic flair, and are perfectly matched with a choice of colourful cocktails from the talented mixologists. Aqua Nueva, with its unmatched ambience and flair, has attracted widespread critical acclaim, and attracts celebrity diners regularly.
Good Italian restaurant darkly lit and done out with black leather banquettes in a top bar/club.
Conveniently located just off Regent Street, close to Piccadilly Circus, Aubaine on Heddon Street is a fashionable, contemporary French restaurant, serving exceptional cuisine complemented by its own bakery and patisserie. There is also a comfortable wine bar, which can serve as a private room, and outdoor dining can be enjoyed on the terrace. Each dish is prepared to satisfy. From Aubaine's Gigot to the Filet de Boeuf Tartare, all of the ingredients are sourced from the most meticulous suppliers to ensure an authentic French dining experience. The menu covers recipes from every region of France, coupled with daily blackboard specials and a range of mouth-watering desserts including Chocolate and Lemon Tarts, Crème Brulee and Nougat Glace. For even more exquisite indulgence, the dainty French patisserie features a selection of delectable cakes and pastries for you to enjoy inside or take home gift-wrapped. Prepared on-site are a range of delights such as Tarte Tatin, Tarte au Citron, Madeleines and Gateaux. A meal at Aubaine can also be accompanied by the delicious bread that customers cannot get enough of, as well as a glass of champagne and the house wine. For fans of the sister restaurant in South Kensington, you will be pleased to know that Aubaine on Heddon Street offers the same splendid dining experience.