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Great cocktail bar, comfy sofas, table service, friendly staff.
We had a perfect table by the window, our waitress was lovely, served us with some delicious bread & butter as soon as we sat down, it was a late table at 9.00pm so we were...More
Wasn’t sure if the place would have the same feel as before but was pleasantly surprised. They did a deal for £50 for a bottle of champagne and 2 tapas dishes, was a very good deal.
Loving the revamp and the service is as good...More
Having only opened a couple of months before my visit I was amazed at how cosy, functional and warm Kettners was. The service was faultless, the front desk referring to my christian name all week and appearing genuine each time.
The rooms are mid size...More
So excited that Kettners reopened so have to visit to see if it is as good.
The Champagne bar is still amazing as is the interior but the food and new menu is limited and overpriced for what it is which is a shame.
So pleased that Kettners is finally back to its old form. Welcoming, friendly, cozy even when packed which it will be for the foreseeable future. I ate a perfect duck and a Tarte Bordelou with a tear in my eye just happy to be at...More
Attended the newly refurbished Kettners in trepidation. Having spent many a happy evening / night at this famous Soho haunt, I was a little worried going back.
So it's a different look to before, but it works. Good service from friendly staff, and a good...More
Kettner’s a London favourite for the past century was bought by the Soho House Group and completely refurbished. It reopened to the general public a couple of weeks ago. The decor is in good taste and keeping the 1920/1930’s feel.
The Champagne bar is excellent...More
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