If you want to seal the deal, you have to impress the client right? Or maybe you already know you got them but you might as well enjoy an extra wine and dine on the expense account. London’s West End offers many (many!) bars, pubs, restaurants and cafés and finding something special can be a bit of a hassle if you don’t know the area. Don’t worry though – House of Moli is here to help!
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THE CHILLED ONE – SACRED CAFE
Coffee to die for! Sacred Café on Ganton Street offers divine coffee with a flavour that just has that little extra. Go downstairs for a bit of privacy where the cosy atmosphere is perfect for working in a chilled environment. See more here.
THE FISHY ONE – WRIGHT BROTHERS OYSTER HOUSE
Go there because you think it looks amazing, stay there because you realise that it IS amazing! Located in colourful Kingly Court, The Wright Brothers offers a luxurious dining experience where everything served looks so artistic that it’s a shame to eat it. They even offer oysters for £1 a piece between 3 and 6pm every day of the week!
THE MEATY ONE – HAWKSMOOR
This is the place to wine and dine and bring clients. Super attentive staff, stylish interior and an extraordinary dining experience. Hawksmoor in Air Street is best known for its perfectly cooked steaks.
THE INTERIOR HEAVEN – WOLSELEY
The interior at The Wolseley is out of this world and you instantly feel like a royalty when you enter the restaurant. Known for is European interior and cuisine, this is the place to go for an early business brunch or a proper English afternoon tea. Picture won’t even do the place justice, it’s simply just the place to go – perfectly located near Piccadilly Circus.
THE OTHER MEATY ONE – MASH
Let’s not make this a competition about who serves the best meat. Try both of them. Some people might say that a steak is a steak but if you appreciate good meat, you must give Mash a chance. This is the place to go to impress a manly man and please do check out their selection of innovative cocktails.