The name of this basement bar itself is intriguing in its apparent
self-deprecation. There is a real ‘back street alley’ vibe as you enter the speakeasy-inspired venue, past the graffiti walls and down the bare wooden steps towards a red velvet curtain serving as the entry point.
The hidden element borderlines the exclusive; with only 30 or so seats, booking is a necessity.
Here is a place where every detail is thoughtfully considered - from the eclectic mix of furniture and décor to the imaginative menu.
Effort has been made to create an atmosphere reminiscent of a living room with dim lighting, cosy enclaves and the chatter of friends enjoying their evening...