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Kingly Court’s underground station has opened but don’t expect to be catching a train, expect to be taken back in time to the 1940s. The bar, posing as a post-war tube station, is decked out with a vintage tube carriage, eclectic furniture and a ticket office. 

If you’re looking for sharing cocktails, Meet Me Under The Station Clock is perfect (it has a full bottle of Moet & Chandon champagne in it) or if you’re sipping alone try out a Cahooch cocktail – their homemade ‘grog’. Although, our top pick has to be the Tanqueray No. TEN Gin infused Vera Lynn, one of many from their hugely extensive cocktail menu.

As amazing as the cocktails are, the menu is something you won’t find anywhere else (in this era). Based on food that was rationed in the war expect, Spam and cheese toasties, crumpets with marmalade and crisps and salad cream sandwiches. For light bites after work, Cahoots has got it sorted.

Cahoots

13 Kingly Court

0207 352 6200