Bars in Knightsbridge
Bordering Chelsea, Mayfair and South Kensington; Knightsbridge if one of London’s most exclusive areas. This happening little joint is renowned for its high class designer boutiques and iconic department stores like Harrods, Harvey Nichols, Prada and Manolo, to name a few. In keeping with the desirable retail outlets, Knightsbridge also puts forward some of the most glamorous boutique bars and upmarket cocktail lounges in London. Though opulent and grand, it attracts a trendy and diverse crowd, so if you’re looking to treat yourself, check out our favourite bars in Knightsbridge.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Fragrant cuisines and Asian influence reign supreme at this Kensington parlour of Oriental mystique. Buddha Bar deals in low-lit ambiance, creative plates and masterful mixology when it comes to cocktails creating a subterranean space of luxuriant food and drink followed by one sophisticated party atmosphere.
It is hard to imagine a more polished and refined bar than Bulgari Bar at Bulgari Hotel in London. The sumptuous interior of Bulgari Bar, consists of mirrored surfaces, an arctic cold like stainless steal bar, charcoal seatings and floors together with the historical Bulgari sketches from the 20s till the 30s.
The Sake Bar and Lounge is located within Zuma in Knightsbridge and serves up over 40 different varieties of sake and an impressive list of tasty cocktails to match. The drinks are made with a blend of fresh fruit juice, Japanese spirits and sake, which are sure to get your taste buds tingling. The simple but elegant decor is complementary to the menu, creating a relaxing ambience for the guests to enjoy whilst at the Sake Bar and Lounge at Zuma. Click
Located within the fashionable and luxurious Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Knightsbridge, Mandarin Bar boasts an impressive selection of vintage wines and champagnes, as well as an arsenal of classic and contemporary cocktails. Though obviously lush and chic (check out the catwalk-like-bar!), the creamy beige walls and chestnut armchairs help to ensure a comfortable and warm ambiance throughout.
Situated on the fifth floor of the signature department store in Knightsbridge, Harvey Nichols, The Fifth Floor Bar adopts a contrasting stance of subtle lime greens and fuchsia pastels for its decor. Inspired by the iconic anemone designs of Emile Galle (1902), this unique champagne bar brings about a flowery ambiance to its sophisticated clientele. From the decor to the menu the theme is fresh and experimental.
The Rib Room in Knightsbridge has been serving up traditional authentic British cuisine for over 50 years. Recently revamped by the hip Martin Brudnizki designer studio, The Rib Room displays a combination of green seating areas with dark chocolate wooden tables that bring about an air of authenticity and Mad Men type vibe.
Found at the ever dashing Berkeley Hotel, Blue Bar is a divine spot just a short stroll from the heart of Knightsbridge. A premium hang-out for many celebrity faces, periwinkle tones make for a markedly grand enviroment where bespoke bottles of champagne, slickly dressed bartenders and an extensive whisky selection reign supreme.