There’s nothing like dining out in London. But for diners looking for unique London restaurants and entertainment in the Big Smoke, there’s only one destination. The London Cabaret Club may be renowned for their spectacular shows, but they’ve been making waves with foodies, serving British and international flavours in their sophisticated restaurant.
Places to eat in London don’t get much more central than The London Cabaret Club. Visitors to the city will find that it’s close to major attractions such as The British Museum, the Charles Dickens Museum and the historic Shaftesbury Theatre. It’s also just a short walk from Holborn tube station and will certainly take the guesswork out of post-work meals with friends.
With glamorous décor, cracking entertainment and top-notch hospitality, The London Cabaret Club trumps other restaurants in London. Wherever they sit, diners can look forward to views of the stage and their talented performers. Best of all, they won’t have to miss a second of the show as friendly staff will treat them to table service for the ultimate indulgence.
Diners can expect surprising international twists on all their British favourites at The London Cabaret Club. Their menus change with the seasons, to give diners a chance to enjoy something entirely new throughout the year. In fact, they’ve been known to serve eclectic dishes such as gin-cured salmon gravlax, garam masala rack of lamb, strawberry Eton mess and roast chicken with rich beurre blanc sauce.
For a night out in London like no other, there’s no better pick than The London Cabaret Club. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can look forward to exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It’s a good chance to treat themselves to another round of cocktails, a starter or dessert.
Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount. The tastecard restaurant discount is not available on celebration days – including, but not limited to, Valentine’s Day, Mothering Sunday and Father's Day.