This fashionable venue has the facilities of a bar and the attitude of a club. At weekends, hip media types cram themselves onto the tiny dance-floor and are more than happy to throw caution to the wind, drenching their Diesel Ts with sweat.
Funk classics, soulful house and cutting-edge sounds are the main draw for a bar where music is more than just sonic wallpaper. The 1960s-style interior is predictably textbook-trendy, but deliciously seedy red lighting lends a conspiratorial intimacy.
The atmosphere is relaxed, although a little feigned at times, and attitudes can be as brittle as the designer plastic white seating. The bar is often full by 1am and queues can be long, especially if an international DJ is in town.