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Thursday, September 24, 2015

Food: Cocktails & Bar Nibbles At The Polo Bar Mayfair

The polo bar mayfair
Gin and tea infused cocktails

Gin based cocktails

Luxury cocktails at the polo bar in mayfair

Smoked salmon cones, bar bites

The polo bar at the westbury hotel mayfair

Panko crusted prawns, bar bites

Duck spring rolls

Pomegranate deluxe cocktail

Cocktails in mayfair london

Loose leaf green tea
The Polo Bar
The Westbury Hotel Mayfair
37 Conduit Street

Looking for a hot-spot in London's stylish Mayfair? 

The ultra-chic 'Polo Bar' is a truly hidden gem in cosmopolitan London, with a lavish designer interior featuring Swarovski and Fendi. 

Surrounded by a sleek and stylish environment, this bar branches off from the hotel quarters of the luxury Westbury Hotel.

With a marble topped bar and a menu with some items priced to make the most purse conscious gasp, I knew I was in for an luxurious experience.  

As soon as we arrived, we were greeted and waited on hand and foot from start to finish. 

Arriving at 8 o'clock, having dashed straight from our hotel in Tower Hill, we were hungry and keen to indulge into a selection of bars nibbles. We tried smoked salmon cones, duck spring rolls and panko crusted prawns, all which ranged from about £15-20 in price. Although quite pricey, these were indeed deliciously tasty and a perfect accompaniment to a mixology of only the best gins, vokdas, tonics, syrups and Moet brut! 

We sampled an array of cocktails; for once I didn't actually choose a single one (goes to show how hospitable and catering the bar manager was and confident in pleasing us at least 80% of the time). 

From the outset, we wearily admitted to not being passionate advocates of Gin, much to the the bar managers dismay. Who knew we'd set the tone for an evening of gin-tasting!! 

I'll admit I'm still not completely sold on the whole gin and tonic saga yet.. however, when I sampled the gin infused with tea, which came with an aside of elder-flower tonic and grapefruit on ice, I was pleasantly surprised. The grapefruit really took center stage and helped contribute towards my first enjoyable gin and tonic experience.   

I'd suggest if you're all shopped out on Regent Street, why not splash a little extra cash and stop off here for a glam cocktail or two afterwards. 

I mean if your already at that stage in the day, I'd say whats the harm in more spending, right?

However, if you're more the happy hour type I'm sure the modern hustle and bustle, yet affordable Dirty Martini in Islington will take your fancy.


(*) Food and drink at The Polo Bar in Mayfair was provided on a complimentary basis in exchange for an honest review on my blog. I can assure you all opinions expressed here are my own. (*)


  1. Now this is my kinda thing and bookmarked for my 22nd and if I can't make it my anniversary in Jan!! I love your yellow jacket it's gorgeous xx

  2. Nibbles are like crack to me!! I can't resist them and I hate sharing food...// Sounds like a really lovely place to visit. ;)

  3. is that aperol spritz in your glass? they're my favourite!


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