"Warm Dishes" Bars in London

10 bars ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale offering "Warm Dishes" in London. All information including address and phone number.
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Vintage cocktails are served from an old-fashioned trolley at the famous Connaught Bar, where you'll never have to queue for a drink. The Connaught is where the who's who of the cocktail world meets. Whether you choose a classic like the 1893 Sidecar or the more unusual fennel and lavender Magnetum, they are all equally delightful.

Connaught Hotel Carlos Place, W1K 2AL London, Great Britain

Aqua Nueva's Spanish inspired menu, drinks and design in their Spirit Bar make you feel as though you're sat on the balcony of a townhouse in Madrid rather than in the heart of London. The richly flavoured tapas is the perfect accompaniment for Spanish wines and cocktails. They also have a strong list of tequilas and mezcals for when the night gets going.

240 Regent Street, W1B 3BR London, Great Britain

Quietly hidden behind a velvet curtain within the Champagne Room at The Connaught, The Red Room contains interiors and artworks from the world's most renowed female artists. Styled as a wine bar, the menu offers delicious charcuterie to pair with the exquisite vintages - all served on a handmade marble trolley.

16 Carlos Place, W1K 2AL London, Great Britain

Quirky, contemporary and with an elegant pan-Asian interior, The Last Talisman in Southwark serves both classics and signatures with quirky ingredients like gingerbread, pink grapefruit and honey. There are also snack-sized bao buns for when the hunger hits.

171-173 Bermondsey St, SE1 3UW London, Great Britain

Simply one of London's coolest bars, reminiscing on the post-war 1940s period and designed like an underground tube station, Cahoot's popular Carnaby Street haunt provides entertainment, music and an inventive cocktail list. Drinks are served in everything from hip flasks to milk bottles - don't forget to pick up your entrance ticket from the stationmaster.

13 Kingly Street, W1B 5PW London, Great Britain

14 Hills' inside dining space is dripping in plant life, but the roof garden is refreshingly open, complete with shady umbrellas and City of London views. The bar hosts frequent live music sets and has a sweet and sour cocktail menu any mixologist would be proud of.

120 Fenchurch Street, EC3M 5AL London, Great Britain

The Alchemist's many UK outlets have always been the place to go for the most outlandish and inventive cocktails - liquid nitrogen in teacups, giant bubbles, disco lights and colour changing liqueurs are just the start of the adventure. The atmosphere is always buzzing, whether it's a first date or a girls night out.

63-66 Saint Martin's Lane, WC2N 4JS London, Great Britain

Opium in London's Chinatown glows with deep red lighting and warm lanterns, making it feel like a Shanghai speakeasy. It contains three Oriental themed bars, all of which serve experimental cocktails and dim sum. Head to the 'Bartender's Table' for an up close view of the mixologists at work.

15-16 Gerrard Street, W1D 6JE London, Great Britain

While you wait for the Detective to solve your case, you can enjoy a thoroughly shaken or stirred 1920s cocktail behind a hidden door at his detective agency. Bootlegging and prohibition are the theme here, and they have fun jazz, swing and blues nights to bolster the mood, plus tasty cocktails named after fictional criminals.

310 Earl's Court Road, SW5 9BA London, Great Britain

200 Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7UT London, Great Britain