Young Ladies About Town
The girls living and laughing their way around London, meeting lots of fascinating folk along the way...
A new old classic
Located in a fetching grade II-listed building (which was originally built by The East India Company), the interior of this establishment – much like the classic City-types – is impeccably put-together. Slick mirrors contrast with the exposed brickwork, and the black marble bar adds a real note of decadence to the place. How could you not enjoy a cocktail served on such an opulent surface?
Indeed, it is this cocktail list which will have people coming from afar. It stretches on page after tantalising page, covering all the crucial cocktail classics. Bar manager Milos Popovic has previously held court at Claridges, and his concotions are something to behold. We sampled the Italian classic Negroni which was perfectly bitter and perfectly refreshing.
The Old Bengal Warehouse comprises the aforementioned fish restaurant and modern British grill, but if you can get food at the bar too. The homemade Scotch eggs are dangerously delicious, as are the Bengal hamburgers.
In our opinion, tucking into aged steak and sipping time-tested cocktails is a very fitting end to a long day.
For more information visit www.oldbengalbar.co.uk
Daily tip from the lady archive
"What makes leisure and holidays delightful is just the fact that they come rarely. If you can have them whenever you like they lose their nature.”The Lady. The Joy of Work. 14th May 1914
Attractive salary and benefits.
Furnished accommodation provided.
Must have excellent references.
Single or couple with partner who could assist with household and garden work.
Drivers licence required.
Must be good with pets.
Contact: Apply Box 15573