My date and I were warmly greeted by Daniel Susko, the bar manager, and he went over the menu with us. As much of a fan I am of gin, I am ten times more crazy about matcha so I couldn’t wait to try it.
Feeling happy and inspired by the city lights, my date and I said our goodbyes to the bar staff and hopped over to Liverpool Street station.Friday and Saturday nights in the hip areas of town are laced with couples who make love seem effortless; holidays like Valentine’s Day can make the experience even worse.With every happy couple that leans in to whisper or flirt with the other, the reminder of what we have persists—there’s no escaping it.Write a few sentences about the specific intention.Place the intention, folded or otherwise, under a candle.Their Japanese-Brazilian-Peruvian fusion menu alone attracts large crowds and boasts a beautiful terrace overlooking the CIty.
Sounds like a great place to go for a birthday treat, or a work dinner, but does it work for that ideal date location in London?
The Yuzu Martinez had a nice sharp flavour but my overall favourite was the Coconut & Kaffir Gimlet.
I had a feeling it was going to be good even before I tried it, as it was recommended by both Daniel and the bartender.
It was on the sweeter side, and if you enjoy pina coladas, you’ll absolutely love it.
I enjoyed the light coconut taste, and the kaffir lime leaf adds an interesting element to the drink.
It was definitely my cup of tea – literally, as it comes in a large teapot and tea cups!