Harden's survey result
To a bizarre extent, this large D&D London venue in central Soho – home in its day to the legendary Marquee Club, and nowadays featuring entertainment with DJs, cocktails and dinner – inspires practically zero feedback. Top Tip: such commentary as we have is for what is perhaps its best feature: Saturday brunch (£25 for two courses, plus £20 for bottomless Prosecco).
Latest, year-old incarnation of this two-floor venue – once famous as the Marquee Club, and which since 1995 under D&D London has been multiply re-launched (as Mezzo, Floridita, Carom… maybe others we’ve forgotten). All the feedback we have for its latest, plus-ça-change mix of DJs, cocktails, Asian/European cuisine and dancing are OK, but given its massive central Soho site, what’s most striking is how little interest it piques.
D&D London’s latest venture on this huge Soho site that’s seen their Mezzo, Meza and Floridita brands come and go (and in aeons past was The Marquee Club) inspires similarly mixed reports for its plus-ça-change formula mixing Asian/European cuisine, cocktails, live music and dancing.
|Wine per bottle||£29.00|
100 Wardour Street, London, W1F 0TN
|Tuesday||6 pm‑2 am|
|Wednesday||6 pm‑2 am|
|Thursday||6 pm‑3 am|
|Friday||6 pm‑3 am|
|Saturday||6 pm‑3 am|