5 Cavendish Square reviews
Superb. Had an amazing night. Highly recommended venue.
by nomincehere, 02 Mar 2009
Friendly staff, excellent food, lovely building. We would go back.
by Anonymous, 03 Mar 2007
This club is great. Went on a Saturday night and I haven't had a better time in a club in central London for I don't know how long. The people were really friendly (very un-common for a London club), the atmosphere was relaxed, (I didn't feel like I was in the middle of a meat market), and the music was great (a really good mix of old and new). I loved the fact that everyone was dressed in whatever they felt comfortable in too.
by kels, 19 Feb 2007
As soon as you enter through the doors of No.5, you are greeted by accommodating and attractive staff with European accents. The front bar is awash with beautiful people on large comfy sofas, sipping tasty cocktails and enjoying each other's company.
The cocktail list is varied and far too long to try and work your way through in one evening. Drinks average around £10 per cocktail but are well worth it. The champagne list is impressive and you can pick a up a decent bottle of pink champagne for £85 a bottle.
by mister_dave, 13 Aug 2006
A good night out as long as you have a sense of humour! The music is unimaginative, the drinks overpriced and the crowd need to loosen up. Despite the try-hard vibe, I still find myself going back!
by kaskabah (2 reviews
), 02 Mar 2006
Great looking dining room and decor in a impressive building. Food was fairly good but not spectacular. Didn't check out the bar or other areas but will do so on next visit.
by alpsboy (14 reviews
), 11 Feb 2006
Every time I've visited I've had a great time. Music is great!
by sarahL, 28 Oct 2005
I went there with a few friends last Saturday and was a little disappointed. The idea was that we'd go to the roof garden before the nightclub but we were told it would only be open at the same time as the club. Then my friend was charged £5 for a coke. He refused and they sold it to him for £2.50. Very cheeky. The music was also very dated and commercial. Lucky for me I was in good company.
by muffin (3 reviews
), 30 Aug 2005
Without a doubt the worst place I have ever had the misfortune to visit in London. Drinks were £8.50! Decor sleazy and pretentious. Bouncers aggressive. Punters looked like prostitutes, footballers wives, pimps or dealers. Give it a miss!
by Anonymous, 15 Aug 2005
Food was ok, nothing special but the waiters were incredibly rude and unpleasant.
by Anonymous, 23 Jun 2005
Had an amazing meal. Highly recommend the steak, and the service was fantastic - very friendly.
by Anonymous, 15 Jun 2005
This club is very good and the music is WICKED.
by Anonymous, 22 Apr 2005
This whole place promised a lot but failed to deliver. It all looks impressive but the service isn't up to scratch and the food in the restaurant upstairs was also a bit of a let down. Shame because it's a good idea and I really wanted to like it.
by crimson (32 reviews
), 16 Jan 2005
Attempted a grandeur it really didn't achieve. It was overpriced, badly finished and slightly tacky.
by Anonymous, 02 Aug 2004
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