Circus London, restaurant cocktail cabaret bar: The show must go on.
Dinner and a show is always great, especially when the show is cabaret and the food is Pan-Asian fusion.
Circus London is a burlesque restaurant nestled in the heart of London’s vibrant Covent Garden, a quirky collision of cabaret, food and drinks. An evening here will take you from drinks in a low-lit lounge, to dining on a long banquet table that becomes a catwalk-slash-stage for trapeze artists, fire-eaters and burlesque acts, and doubles up on the weekends as an extended glittering dance floor.
The opulent Tom Dixon-designed venue transports guests into a decadent world of opulent humour and delivers an unmatched experience in London’s food and entertainment scene. As day turns into night, Circus comes to life with various acts performing throughout dinner on the long marble table-cum-stage, which you can request to sit around.
The impressive Pan Asian fusion menu by Executive Chef Andrew Lassetter is constantly transforming, with mouth-watering highlights such as punchy chilli salt squid, lobster tempura, beef and foie gras gyozas and teriyaki steak.
The cocktail menu is equally impressive, crowned for its unique and kicking concoctions. For those of you who like a spicy twist to match such an exciting soirée, we recommend the Mystic Cactus, a perfect marriage between Mexican and Chinese flavours with a hint of chilli and a dash of lime juice. For those who prefer sweeter tropical flavours, the Beast of Byakko is a must. Made with Havana Anejo, Jamaican rum, guava juice and a tropical mix of papaya, peach and mango, this cocktail will have you dancing salsa on the tables in no time.
Without a doubt, Circus is one of London’s quirkiest venues with a hugely original approach, where the combination of top-class food and striking spectacles make it the perfect venue for a fun night out with friends. Browse through our gallery for a glimpse of what goes on in this renowned London nightlife location.
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