Hire this venue for your own event - it has 12
the largest of which
can hold a maximum of 250 guests and the smallest is ideal for 6.
Scotland combines some of the finest ingredients in the world with some of the most atrocious cooking, but this Scottish-themed bar-restaurant is trying to change all that. The 'Scottish Selection' bar menu offers simple tapas-sized snacks, like haggis-stuffed squid, buttery wild mushrooms, and various variations on deep-fried seafood. It's excellent finger food to mix with their speciality beers, cocktails - lots of interesting British ideas, like a sloe gin and ginger Pimms - and vast selection of whiskies. The mezzanine restaurant serves sturdier modern British cuisine, featuring lots of fish and game, while downstairs there's a late night bar/club Doon. Decor is an entertaining contemporary Scottish whimsy, mixing white-and-chrome minimalism with stags' horns and tartan-uniformed staff. It's not cheap, but considering the location on the corner of Trafalgar Square, prices are pretty reasonable, and a bustling atmosphere makes this a good after-work spot for simple, high-quality food and booze.