HEBE (SHOREDITCH) 13.5
In ancient Greece, Hebe was thought to be the goddess responsible
for serving the nectar that granted immortality
to the gods of Mount Olympus.
Carrot-flavoured aquavit, honey water, fresh orange juice, honey
infused with rosemary and thyme, lemon juice
Sweet and flavoursome, this is an unusual but very
QUEEN MARY’S GARDEN (REGENT’S PARK) 15
Regent’s Park is one of the royal treasures of London.
It’s also home to the world-famous Rose Garden, featuring the
largest collection of roses in the city.
Hendrick’s Gin, rose liqueur, pistachio liqueur, lemon juice, sugar
Subtle and elegant drink with a delicate, nutty finish
HIBISCUS MINT TEA (EDGWARE ROAD) 12.5
Edgware Road, or ‘little Cairo’, has been known for its distinctive
Middle Eastern communities since the late 19th century. To stroll
down the road is to be immersed in a dizzying world of colour,
patterns and sociable eating.
Mint vodka, Earl Grey tea and cloves, lemon, grenadine, hibiscus
and elderflower foam
Luscious and intriguing, this cocktail will tickle your palate
SAKURA CHERRY BLOSSOM (HAMPSTEAD) 14.5
The Japanese have been visiting London since the early 1860s.
During the 1970s the community has grown,
with many settling in North London.
Vodka, Merlet Cherry Brandy, yuzu, jasmine tea
Fruity with a simple complexity, like a Japanese painting
KEW GARDENS (RICHMOND) 12.5
Kew Gardens is a botanical haven in southwest London that houses
the world’s largest and most diverse collection of plants and fungi.
Vodka, Merlet apricot, creme de violet, lemon, cranberry, tropical
An elegant drink with floral notes – light and easy drinking
PIRATE NED LOW (GREENWICH) 15.5
As the home of the Royal Observatory and National Maritime
Museum, Greenwich holds vast collections of artefacts reflecting the
breadth and depth of Britain’s history on the seas, including records
and artefacts of the infamous 17th century pirate, Ned Low.
Havana Club 3 Year Old, pineapple-infused, Lillet Blanc, coconut,
elderflower, lychee, mace
An enticing tiki-style drink that brings a touch of Polynesia to
LADYWELL (LEWISHAM) 16
The name Ladywell was in use by the 15th century, and maps
dating to this period show the site of the original holy well,
dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
Overproof rum, El Dorado rum, nutmeg syrup, guava, lime,
Tiki-style fruity cocktail
BRIXTON POUND (BRIXTON) 14.5
A self-contained currency that supports local businesses,
the Brixton Pound reflects the vibrant community it belongs to.
This dynamic area of London is a happy hipster hideaway with a
distinctly Caribbean feel.
El Dorado 12, tonka beans molasses, chocolate bitter
This take on a rum Old Fashioned, is our bartender’s
NO. 17 (BRUTON STREET) 14
On 21 April 1926, No. 17 Bruton Street became the birthplace of
Queen Elizabeth II, then Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary. Today,
it is a historic British landmark in the heart of London’s Mayfair.
Cocoa nibs-infused gin, Sweet vermouth, creme de cacao, lemon
juice, sugar, chocolate bitter, Champagne
A rich and nutty Champagne cocktail
PAPARAZZI (WEST END) 13
London’s West End is known for its luxurious shopping scene,
world-class hotels, unrivalled entertainment and some of the most
exclusive nightclubs in the world. There’s no wonder its glitzy allure
draws in a star-studded crowd.
Buffalo Trace, Martell VS, espresso coffee, sugar, butterscotch,
Soak up the buzz while sipping on this rich espresso cocktail
ACE’S SQUARE (CURZON STREET) 12.5
Almost two centuries on, and quite a bit has changed in the world
of gambling. In 1828 William Crockford, with the help of the Duke
of Wellington, opened Crockford – which now holds the title of
London’s oldest casino.
Gin, Noilly Pratt, elderflower, lime, tonic water
A refreshing drink with a fragrant kick
THE LITTLE WHITE BIRD
(KENSINGTON GARDENS) 12.5
The middle chapters in this novel by J. M. Barrie were later titled
‘Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens’ – the legend of a boy who never
grew up. This fascinating story is loved the world over, and it all
started here in this leafy royal park.
Violet liqueur, vanilla vodka, lychee, elderflower, lemon, Champagne
An elegant, sparkling cocktail with fruity and floral notes
THE MILLION DOLLAR BILL
(CANARY WHARF) 16
Joining forces with the City’s movers and shakers – the financial
world has been making money, money, money in this part of
London’s Docklands since the early 1990s.
Armagnac with cocoa nibs, caramel, port reduction, whiskey bitter
Hits the spot for Old Fashioned lovers, an enriched smoky version of
this beloved classic
QUEEN’S TOBACCO PIPE (TOBACCO DOCK) 13
Tobacco Dock was constructed in 1811 and served primarily as a
store for imported tobacco. The Queen’s Tobacco Pipe once was
the common name of the furnace famous for the burning of all sorts
Diplomatico rum, Noilly Prat, Angostura bitter, Orange bitter,
tobacco essence (nicotine free)
A silky, rich after-dinner drink that expresses the woody sweetness
of the tobacco plant
TALK OF THE CHINATOWN (LIMEHOUSE) 12.5
Depicted in novels, films and jazz numbers as a vibrant, exciting
underworld, the first cosmopolitan area of London known as
Chinatown was in the Limehouse district of East London.
Goji berry gin, lychee, yuzu, lemon and sugar
Used in Chinese medicine for over 6,000 years, goji berries are
considered the ultimate superfood
JACK THE RIPPER (WHITECHAPEL) 12.5
The mystery around the identity of the evil serial killer, Jack
the Ripper, lives on. Believed to have been active mainly in the
impoverished areas in and around London’s Whitechapel in 1888 –
everyone today still knows his name.
Mediterranean herbs vodka, beetroot, tomato, lemon, Worcester
sauce, Mexican sauce
This original twist on the Bloody Mary is one for spice lovers!