A consistently rammed dance floor and big queues to get in are set off by a pleasant outdoor area with rooftop dining, although the service can be aver- age to appalling. There are rather a lot of eager men, some very dressed-up girls and lots of posing on the cramped, swarming terrace. Music is fun and you’re pretty much guaranteed a good dance to contemporary commercial tunes. You’ll find a piano bar and cream- furnished salon on the first floor – but if you want to snack and sup on Champagne here (not a bad option), you have to book. Up another level (getting up the stairs when it’s busy is like struggling against salmon swimming upstream) is the summer dance floor and outside ter- race. Black-and-white images of screen sirens decorate the cream walls of the terrace while imperial Russian reds decorate the disco downstairs. Be prepared to fork out for drinks.