Dabbous Bar

John Gregory-Smith ON Jun 28, 2012 AT 10:31 am

Dabbous opened to a blaze of publicity and 5 star reviews a few months ago.

However, Dabbous is not just a restaurant, it is also a phenomenal bar with drinks that deliver on everything that the restaurant does – subtle flavours meet the bold head on and unusual combinations marry as if always been together.

Dabbous Bar

The subterranean bar, which has the same carpark-chic, East London look as the restaurant above, is run by Oskar Kinberg. Oskar has created a cocktail menu that is modern, fresh and has all the excitement of the menu upstairs.

Dabbous Bar

Oskar took us through some of the drinks, which included the wonderfully refreshing Dillusion (£8.50), made with gin, elderflower cordial, dill, cooling cucumber and a dash of lemon that brought everything together. The fruity bourbon Bulletproof (£8.50), served in a preserve jar, and brilliantly sweetened with gooseberry jam. The Sake Sake good price(£8.50) made with rum, plum sake, manuka honey, fragrant kaffir leaves and bound with egg white was sublime. And the Giddy up (£10). Oh the Giddy up, served in a tankard and my new favourite drink ever. A cunning mix of beer and tequila, perfumed with elderflower cordial and sweetened with camomile infused acacia honey. Wow!

Dabbous, 39 Whitfield St, London, W1T 2SF, 0207 323 1544, www.dabbous.co.uk

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