Barrio Soho boasts a choice of non-alcoholic cocktails that come your way for just £4. The Classic Batida is a standout option - it's comprised of condensed milk, coconut and lime, and the Aqua Fresca - a South American staple filled with pineapple or melon - sounds equally as appetising!
London's Best Mocktails
Not all the best cocktails have to contain alcohol, they just have to contain some serious deliciousness. A lot of cocktail caverns in London have just as an extensive mocktail list as cocktail list, so why not indulge, y'know, without over indulging. For those who don't drink alcohol or if you simply fancy a detox - but still want to enjoy a selection of tongue tingling drinks - then check our list of the best bars in London for non-alcoholic cocktails.
Looking for a unique space where you can enjoy booze-less concoctions? Look no further than Heads + Tails, where you'll find a range of alcohol-free tipples alongside two extensive cocktail lists. Bringing a vibrant atmoshpere to NW6, this is one for avid imbibers and non-drinkers alike.
Trader Vic's is known for serving the original Mai Tai recipe, but they've also made a name for themselves in the virgin cocktail department. The No Mai Tai would naturally be a good place to start, with the creamy pineapple Puerto Principe and the Queen Charlotte Fruit Punch also offering a taste of the tiki without the hard stuff.
Uber swish Dandelyan in Waterloo is a seriously hot drinking spot with a retro theme and amazing views over the river. Their cocktail menu is designed by famous Mr Lyan, and includes some delicious non-alcoholic options.
One of the best places to grab a mocktail in Soho can be found on Frith Street! Ceviche's non-alocholic section features dreamy concoctions like the Chakruna Beet - made up of blood orange juice shaken with ginger, lime, soda and beetroot puree. All of Ceviche's mocktails come in at a very reasonable £4.50.
If you're looking for some of the best mocktails in London, it's likely down to Streatham where you need to go. Conjuring up a small but sweet selection, you'll feel like you're drinking the real deal when you join Exhibit B.
Nightjar is one of London's most renowned cocktail bars and they also make sure they cater for those not drinking. Have a chat with the barstaff and they will happily whip you up something non-alcoholic based on your preferences.
The Winchester is one of those bars that put as much effort into their mocktails as they do their proper cocktails. And while you're here, you can enjoy their wonderful range of British dishes, all while chilling out in their inviting, plush seating.
Boasting the most extensive range of non-alcoholic tipples in their armoury, The Be at One chain offers a wide selection of punchy, fruity and exotic concoctions like the Honkin Don Logan - a blend of banana, cinnamon, honey roast nuts, coconut cream, pineapple and orange with a dollop of ice cream thrown in for good measure - at only £3!
The outstanding quality of the cocktails at Skylon Bar extends to the non-alcoholic section of the drinks card. Our favourite comes in the form of the Tropical Essence - a refreshing mixture of apple, peach, lychee juice and coconut cream - which is all yours for just £6.
You might have to search a bit to find the non-alcoholic section of the extensive drinks list at Mark's, but they've got those who prefer to stay dry covered too. The Lost Valentino mocktail is a perfect blend of lemon sherbet, chilled green tea, smacked mint, a dash of orange and spiced with nutmeg. Yum.
A popular cafe that offers a strong range of mocktails that can be snapped up without lightening the load in your wallet (the cheapest is available for just £2.90). Why not try the Virgin Bhang Lasi - a mixture of mint, ginger, grenadine, candied fennel sprinks and coconut milk? Its all yours for a tasty £3.50!
Head over to this exquisite cocktail bar in Shoreditch for a delectable choice of mocktails! Try the 'Passionata' - an irresistibly enticing mix of raspberries, passion fruit, apple and orange, mixed in with a hint of vanilla sugar. Don't like the sound of all that fruit? There's a selection of other options too! All available for a reasonable £6.