The Best Places to Drink Champagne in London

Francoise Peretti, Director of Champagne Bureau UK shares her pick of five of her favourite places to drink Champagne in London.

Ginger Lily at Pan Pacific

Pan Pacific’s dedicated Champagne Bar, Ginger Lily offers a premium drinks experience, with the buzz and excitement of Singaporean bar culture for London. Ginger Lily is the perfect destination to try Champagne in London as the bar boasts an extensive Champagne list from over 100 houses and has the largest list of by-the-glass Champagne in the City.  

The Stage at The Londoner

The Londoner is Leicester Square’s hotly anticipated new hotel and is home to The Stage Champagne Bar, which features an all-day programme of food and beverage menus centred around the luxury, glamour, elegance, and sophistication of Champagne. The Stage offers a fusion of classicism through coveted vintages, prestige cuvees and the finest ingredients with a cosmopolitan and modern attitude, fitting of The Londoner’s central London location and state-of-the-art design. A Blanc de Blancs style Champagne is a classic pairing with the rock oysters.

St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar by Searcys

Searcy’s is famous for its destination restaurants, afternoon teas and Champagne Bars, and the St Pancras Brasserie and Champagne Bar does not disappoint. It is Europe’s longest Champagne bar at 98m. It also has a unique feature with a ‘press for champagne’ button and table service so you glass is never empty. The charcuterie board pairs perfectly with a Vintage Champagne.

CUT at 45 Park Lane

CUT puts a cool twist on the modern American steak restaurant, celebrating local ingredients and outstanding quality produce. The succulent menu, sleek design and fascinating art make for a delightful dining experience. Typically, people think that steak must be accompanied by red wine, but the rosé and blanc de noirs styles of Champagne are a great match for the complex flavours of red meat. CUT has a wide variety of Champagnes to order alongside your meal. 

Leroy Restaurant

Leroy in Shoreditch is a wine bar and restaurant started by Sommeliers Ed Thaw and Jack Lewens in March 2018. The restaurant celebrates simplicity and flavour; the food is thoughtful and tasty. The wine list ranges from the classics to the crazy, with some lesser-known Champagne wines. The rosé style makes Leroy’s plates shine. 

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