A restaurant, bar and cabaret club in one neat little package, Laylina and Privee is pretty much a go-to for quirky drinks in Knightsbridge. Stop on by to sip on luscious libations while enjoying regular cabaret nights before tucking into top-notch Lebanese cuisine upstairs.
Bars in Knightsbridge
Bordering Chelsea, Mayfair and South Kensington, this is one of London’s most exclusive areas. This happening little joint is renowned for its high class designer boutiques and iconic department stores as well as some of the most glamorous boutique bars and upmarket cocktail lounges the city has to offer, check out our favourite bars in Knightsbridge.
Situated on the fifth floor of Harvey Nichols, The Fifth Floor Bar adopts a colour palette of fuchsia pastels for its decor, giving the unique champagne bar a flowery ambiance to its sophisticated clientele before they pop off to explore the shops.
The Sake Bar and Lounge is located within Zuma, serving 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 Rib Room is a suave restaurant and bar in Knightsbridge that's been serving up traditional authentic British cuisine for over 50 years. It currently displays a combination of green seating areas with dark chocolate wooden tables bringing about an air of authenticity and Mad Men vibes.
Found at the ever dashing Berkeley Hotel, Blue Bar is a divine spot in Knightsbridge. A premium hang-out for many celebrity faces, serene tones make for a markedly grand environment where champagne, slickly dressed bartenders and whisky reign supreme.
It is hard to imagine a more polished and refined bar than Bulgari Bar at Bulgari Hotel in London. The sumptuous interior of the bar consists of mirrored surfaces, an arctic cold-like stainless steal bar and charcoal coloured seating areas.