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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best entertainment magazine in the UK“, Lucy Wong has revealed an all new hidden courtyard, concealed at the back of the underground cocktail venue on Rathbone Place.
The newly revealed lively outdoor area of Lucy Wong is decorated with low-lit hanging lanterns, wall murals, and stylish wooden furnishings that transport guests to the glamorous world of Lucy Wong, the fictional character that the bar is themed on. Like the interior of Lucy Wong, the outdoor area is inspired by Hong Kong design from the 1950s.
The courtyard, which opened just in time for summer, is the ideal spot for friends to gather for Dim Sum and outdoor cocktails as the evenings get lighter. In addition, the courtyard has heaters and a covered area to keep guests warm on chilly nights.
With the expansion of the new outside region, Lucy Wong is a flexible space and the best spot for summer; live music can be found inside at the mixed drink bar on weeknights, with DJs performing over the course of the weekend until late.
The cocktail list at Lucy Wong, is currently available to appreciate in the courtyard, featuring signature creations which change consistently and are enlivened by old works of art with an innovative Asian curve. The origination of the restricted release signature mixed drinks is directed by eminent mixologist Dré Masso and incorporates an assortment of new magnum opuses.
Among the cocktail creations is the gin-based Shanghai 75 and the vodka Eastern Acrid – the two beverages contain spirits from The Orientalist close by other delicious ingredients. The Cherry Bloom Manhattan consolidates Goji imbued Producer’s Imprint whiskey, Courvoisier VSOP Cognac, Mancino Sakura vermouth with cherry sharp flavoring and goji berries. While the Dragon Old Fashioned is blended flawlessly in with Toki Japanese whisky, Baijiu espresso alcohol, vanilla sugar and 5 Flavor Sharp flavoring.
The bar at Lucy Wong will likewise serve a great many exemplary mixed drinks, like the Mai Tai and Brier, or choose the non-alcoholic Panoma and Nine Mythical serpents mixed drink. Everything from Biscardo Millesimato Vintage Prosecco Brut to Dom Perignon and Laurent Perrier Rose can be found in the Sparkling & Champagne selection. There’s also a great wine menu and selection of draft and bottled beers, juices, sodas and Chinese Tea.
Lucy Wong likewise offers a modern Dim Sum menu to be delighted in over mixed drinks in addition to light nibbles including Nori Covered Peanuts, Asian Blended Rice Wafers or the Fresh Chicken Skin with a Miso Mustard Plunge. There are also sharing platters and a selection of Cantonese roast meats, like roast duck, char siu pork, and crispy pork belly. You can also order a delicious Dim Sum platter, like pork and prawn, crab and shrimp, mushroom and truffle, and others.
Whether you are joining Lucy Wong for after-work drinks, dim sum sharing, or late night parties, walk-ins are welcome, but bookings are encouraged.
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Lucy Wong is open from 5pm until late Monday – Friday and from 5pm until 3am on Saturdays.
Follow her on Instagram and Facebook @LucyWongLondon
33-34 Rathbone Place, London, W1T 1JN
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