A classy cocktail bar and restaurant all in one, Crazy Bear's style shines through everywhere you look. Enjoy Japanese and Thai style finger foods while you sip on drinks in Insta-worthy surroundings. There's even afternoon tea and multi-course dining if you're feeling rather peckish.
Best Bar Snacks In London
So you're out enjoying a couple of drinks or perhaps a quick sip after work and your stomach starts to rumble... we've all been there. Then you begin to notice every plate that passes you bringing with it an invigorating scent (usually deep-fried) that travels directly from your nose to your stomach until the rumbling hits a 7 on the Richter scale. It's not just nuts and crisps these days; here's our favourite places for serious bar snacks in London.
The King of Ladies Man is a sister venue to The Breakfast Club in Shoreditch, however, this secret hideaway is set in the style of a 70's bachelor pad. Enter the secret entrance (through a laundrette) and tuck into retro bar snacks like pulled pork sliders and mac & cheese pots.
Nestled below the critically-acclaimed Hawksmoor Spitalfields steakhouse, this subterranean drinking den offers some of the best bar snacks in London. With the epic short rib French dip sitting pretty alongside popcorn chicken and loaded subs, the grub is just as good as the cutting-edge drinks list.
Looking for somewhere to grab a drink and a bite to eat after work? City dwellers, this charming pub is the place for you. As well as serving a curated selection of drinks from the bar, The Lamb & Trotter offers lip-smacking snacks like honey mustard sausage bites and hand-raised pork pie.
The beautiful and eccentric Callooh Callay is one of London's hottest cocktail bars. With seriously scrumptious cocktails designed to tantalise the taste buds, you'll probably need something to soak up that alcohol. Cue the snack menu, which may be small but offers some of the best bites around.
The Surprise is an elegant plot situated in the hub of the trendy SW3 district. Dealing only in great drinks and delightful bar snacks, there's a great selection of wines and that all-important finger food for chilling out in Chelsea.
If you don't already know about Mark Hix, now's your chance to find out. At Mark's Bar in Soho you'll be visiting a cornerstone where elevated pub grub meets modern imbibing. That means shrimp po'boys, rock oysters and Korean chicken with highballs, negronis and more.
Nestled in the heart of Crouch End, Little Mercies is a real north London gem. Whether you're chowing down on beef crumpets and ox cheek pastrami, make sure you wash it all down with a Delicious Sour or an updated take on the pornstar martini.
While Hacha may be famed for its tasty and translucent Mirror Margarita, the Dalston bar serves up a food menu that's just as good. With Conga London currently occupying the kitchen, expect a punchy spread of ceviche, tacos and tequila.
With ex-Savoy bartender Erik Lorincz and Momo's Mourad Mazouz joining forces for this Mayfair spot, you already know that the food and drinks offering will be off the charts. Don't miss the fluffy-as-a-cloud houmous and explosive beef tartare; washed down with a spritz or two, of course.
Joining forces with Tā Tā Eatery, famed bartenders Alex Kratena and Monica Berg have forged quite the foodie-come-cocktail emporium. There's the infamous frozen coffee and Nordic old fashioneds, but we all know what you really want... that naughty katsu sando.
Three Eight Four don't only serve delicious cocktails, their food offerings are equally as impressive. Munch on small plates such as aranchini, chilli and garlic squid and beef brisket as you catch up with long-lost friends in this gorgeous hangout spot.