I saw the wonderful Yael Naim here recently and found it to be a really great venue for music. The old club ambiance gives the place a feeling of grown up sophistication while still being a fun place to be. The sound itself was excellent and a testament to both the acoustics of the room and a very competent guy on the sound desk. On the negative side was the food. I didn't come here for the cuisine but I did expect a bit more than the very ordinary burger, half cooked pizza and cold fries that my partner and I were served up. And the fact that this uninspiring fare came to us on paper plates with plastic cutlery tended to work against that sophistication that I mentioned earlier. On the drinks side I'll only say that the cosmopolitan that my partner ordered has been sent away for analysis but as yet the substance has not been identified. From the taste my guess is that cough medicine featured in it's construction. Don't let this put you off going though, the venue itself is worth the visit. Just eat before you get there, there's plenty of places close by.
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