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Welcome to the Circus! It is a madhouse of fun, with tasty food, drinks, and live acts for your enjoyment. The Circus, situated in Covent Garden, known as the theater area of London, brings to you live cabaret performances each night, ensuring that your evening is memorable. It also has a cocktail bar with a variety of drinks, selected just for you. During the day, the venue is a bar where people hangout for drinks, and slowly by evening, it transforms into a live-wire venue of dancing and cabaret performances, that you can enjoy with cocktails. Sink into the choicest of Pan Asian cuisine cooked with finesse by renowned chef Andrew Lassetter. Allow the Circus to transport you into a world of pleasure and contentment and an evening well-lived.
Located not so far away from the Royal Opera House, the theatrical theme at Sarastro does not cease at its namesake character from Mozart's classic "The Magic Flute." Richard Niazi combines his passion for food and the arts with this unique dining concept. The glamorous and flamboyant ambiance is heavily influenced by Gothic and Ottoman styles and the icing on the cake is the gastronomical splendor they whip up. Velvet drapes, theater props and aesthetic accents don the interiors of the Victorian building. The food is generically Mediterranean, sprinkled with Turkish specialties such as Anatolian style lamb, kofte and karniyari. Enjoy their three-course set Opera Cabaret menu and exquisite wine list that's reasonably priced considering the potential tourist attraction. It also plays host to the occasional live opera.
Inamo puts together a Pan-Asian menu with dishes from Thailand, China, Japan and Korea to entice the taste buds of connoisseurs. This high tech restaurant features interactive, digital tables where you can change the "tablecloth," browse the menu and play games as a group. The fusion food is served as part of a pre-fixed meal or a la carte. Try the salmon sashimi or the Malaysian spiced noodles for a delightful meal.
Sprawled over two floors, this former RIBA building is now one of the city's most famous restaurants. A video gallery by day, it transforms into a popular restaurant at night. However, you can enjoy video projections right through the evening. Inflatable furniture, a disorientating staircase scrawled with poetry, and mirrors define the dining room at Sketch. Its innovative menu offers French cuisine, and consists of dishes like the Sea Bream Pan-Fried with bean sprout, and Salsa Roja and Lamb in spice crust served with Aubergine. The building also has two bars, East and West, and a patisserie named Parlour. It also has a lecture room and library. If you can afford the high price, there's no better place than this around.
The ambiance at Dans le Noir? is as unique as its recipes. Located in the chic Farringdon area of London, this restaurant, bar and lounge offers guests highly modern French cuisine in a trendy setting, with separate 'light' and 'dark' areas on the premises. You can choose to have a drink at the well-lit bar, followed by a meal in the pitch dark dining area. The purpose of this is to allow your taste buds to dominate the sensory experience. Opt for the Surprise Menu; you never know what's going to be served, and can try to guess what you're eating in the dark! If you like experimenting with your food, this is definitely the place for you. Live the darkness!
Shaka Zulu is one of the biggest South African restaurants in London,which looks as though it has been taken out of the continent and placed in the famous Camden Town area. The interior is decorated as per South African culture with statues of warriors, murals and cowrie shells. No wonder that people from all strata flock here to experience Africa. The dishes served are impeccable and made as per South African traditions. There is Chicken Bunny Chow with chicken cooked in Durban style and served with banana sambals. There is African antelope, Zebra with peri peri, Spit Roast with African spices and Beef Bobotie- a traditional dish consisting of spiced mince with eggs. One can sample some African spirits along with the food, like Meerendel Sauvignon Blanc, Kloovenburg Chardonnay and Appleton Estate Rum along with a bevy of delicious cocktails. The venue also sees some late night dancing with live music and DJs setting the tone for the night.
Bill Wyman's haute-burger-cuisine joint serves up a mixture of American and European fare. Unsurprisingly, the restaurant is bursting with Rolling Stones memorabilia, and celebrities can often be spotted, usually with their children. The same celebrities also congregate for the many star-studded parties that have been hosted here ever since the precedent-setting opening bash in May 1989. Sticky Fingers has also been used as the base for some memorable charity fund-raising events hosted by Bill himself. Long live rock 'n' roll and burgers, chicken strips, salads and sandwiches all of which come in huge portions. Don't leave the kids at home. Booking is advisable on weekends, but be aware that you can only make reservations for the evening until 6:00 PM.