'Table Dancing' written in lurid neon is a nostalgic relic of sleazy ’70s sex shows, at this relaunched Soho icon, which has had a £10m revamp (including the neon signs). Now, this 350-seat venue is to become an ambitious multiplex, with shows in the main theatre, alongside upstairs and basement bars and private dining. At the stoves, Andrew McLeish, whose long CV most notably includes his long stint at Chapter One. A luxurious menu is planned (Dover sole, Wagyu sliders…)
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Have you eaten at Palais de Luxe at The Windmill Theatre?
|Wine per bottle||£49.00|
The Windmill Theatre, 17-19 Great Windmill Street, London, W1D 7JZ
|Thursday||6 pm‑12 am|
|Friday||6 pm‑12 am|
|Saturday||6 pm‑12 am|
|Sunday||6 pm‑12 am|