Hidden with the Hilton on Park Lane is the surreal world of Trader Vic's, London's first Polynesian-themed restaurant. Opened in 1963, 29 years after Vic "The Trader" Bergeron opened his little saloon Hinky Dinks in California, the restaurant has become a London institution and draws on the French, Oriental and American influences of Polynesian heritage. Further to the food, guests can enjoy a range of cocktails, including the Mai Tai, which Vic invented in California back in 1944, and the London Sour, created in honour of the restaurant's opening.
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