A real slice of exotic right in the heart of Park Lane, this is the only place in London you should definitely stop for a Mai Tai.
Indulge in some French-Polynesian cuisine from the sweet and spicy dishes to the fiery lamb curry as well as dishes cooked in a traditional wood fired oven including the wood-fired certified angus beef. Share a rum keg between four friends or taste the original Mai Tai, created in Trader's Vic in 1944. The name 'Mai Tai Roa Ae' means 'Out of this world' - so escape the city for a while with a sip of this fantastic libation while relaxing in the comfy seating and admiring the Tiki carvings. The cocktail menu is enormous and deserves a full evening of careful choices, luckily the bartenders are very knowledgeable and happy to make any recommendations.
This Polynesian hideaway is a haven for tailored tipples, exotic atmospheres and live music.
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£7.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£60.00|
When you think of summery drinks, one of the first libations that may come to mind is the refreshing Mai Tai. Created in 1944 by Victor J. Bergeron at his restaurant Trader Vic's in California, this drink of fresh lime, aged rum, rock...
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