The modern gentleman requires inventive ways to enjoy himself, ways not too dissimilar from our genteel counterparts from years past (lets be honest, we haven’t changed that much), but an experience that combines modern technology with classic entertainment values.
The Cuckoo Club serves as a modern example, get the food, drink and environment right and people will come. With a new menu released in January to augment their dining experience, The Cuckoo Club has started 2011 where it left off in 2010, with extravagant beverages and tongue in cheek parties to ensure that once inside the venue, entertainment is a given.
Key Restaurant Features
– The menu is 100% Dairy Free (with the exception of the Ice Cream, of course)
– Highlights include Wagyu Beef Sliders in a Brioche Bun, Poached Cornish Monkfish, Pancetta and Baked Potato Broth.
While a Gentleman should never party on an empty stomach, he should also know when it’s time to put down the fork and pick up the cocktail.
The extensive Cuckoo Club bar features an exhaustive yet inventive cocktail list with custom cocktails available on request (might we suggest a ‘Godfather’). The Club itself combines technology and a decadent interior with bespoke button backed furniture reminiscent of the classic ‘Chesterfield’ sofa bolstered with their internationally renowned Funktion One sound system and the mesmeric LED studded ceiling. Acknowledging that the modern gent has a variety of musical tastes, the soundtrack to your evening is eclectic; from Rock to House, Disco to Electro.
Not shy of a famous face, special guests to the Cuckoo Club have included the Guns N’ Roses, Florence and the Machine, Tinie Tempah and Eva Longoria since it opened five years ago.
Club tables can be reserved both upstairs and downstairs, however members have first priority. Just as all good Gentlemen establishments should, The Cuckoo Club offer valet Parking – not that you’d want to be driving home of course.