The industrial external appearance of Poland Street's Social Eating House may seem more Oliver Twist than hipster haven, but that just goes to prove why it shouldn't be judged by its cover. Established in 2013, the relatively new bistro and bar has already made an international name for itself as a Michelin-starred establishment worthy of celebration.
Dark lighting, eclectic decor, and subtle leather seating create a moody and overly trendy atmosphere that reeks of romance and sophistication. Though self-labeled as low-key, guests can dress up or down and fit in brilliantly either way. Menus stuffed to the brim with traditional and modern British cuisine, snack food, and famous cocktails ensure a night out you won't soon forget.
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