The 20 most beautiful bars in London

The Mint Gun Club

Fans of turquoise and millennial teal will love Stoke Newington newbie The Mint Gun Club, an adorable tea house, bar and deli run by former Milk & Honey head bartender Richard Hunt.

The bar is inspired by Hunt’s childhood spend in far-flung lands, while interiors have a stripped back Scandinavian feel splashed with exotic touches like Moroccan tiling and Polynesian artefacts.

During the day you can sip rare teas from all over the world served with Turkish delight, cucumber sarnies, almond hummus with rose harissa and chargrilled aubergine.

At night you’ll find stronger sips like the Penzance Gimlet, made with gin, fennel, chamomile, honeysuckle and Manuka honey; and the Milanese Nightingale, that marries Aperol, gooseberry and bramble wine, elderflower liqueur, neroli and sweet orange flower.

3 Responses to “The 20 most beautiful bars in London”

  1. the whole room looks stunning!

    No need to say that those original Murano glass chandeliers are stunning!

  2. Hi, I’m very curious the see the Bar from the inside, but the picture somehow doesn’t not appear. Could you please adjust the link? Thanks.

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