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Address: 3-9 Heddon Street, London, W1B 4BE [map] [gmap]

Nearest tube stations Piccadilly Circus (0.2 miles), Oxford Circus (0.3 miles), Green Park (0.3 miles)

Nearest train stations London Charing Cross (0.7 miles), London Victoria (1.2 miles), London Waterloo (1.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 8 users)
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user reviews of the Living Room, Mayfair

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Pleasant evening ruined by being shortchanged by bar staff. Handing over £40 for a £24 round to be given £1 change. Difficult to see how two brand new £20 notes can be mistaken for a £20 and a £5. Manager cashed up the till and announced it was £5 over, not the £15 it should have been. Wonder where the other £10 went?
ManuelOPere - 17 Jun 2012 11:33
It's OK - rammed downstairs on a Friday night but the upstairs bar was a lot quieter. Looks nice with the fires lit but otherwise a bit 'trendy' for my liking! No Real Ale, £3.60 for a pint of Becks. Would't go out of my way to visit again.
BeeryRog - 28 Feb 2011 13:49
too crowded. Place is very popular with slutty retail types from Oxford St jobs looking for middle management suits to shag. so not all bad
Chav__man - 12 Apr 2008 15:11
I came here Saturday night before 9 (18 Nov), as a mate of mine wanted to have his birthday drinks in here. The doormen unceremoniously refused me entry straight away, but I lied and said I was running late for my meal. This place is more a restaurant with a relatively small bar and lounge area. It was quite packed when I arrived, but I was not kept waiting too long when I eventually got to the bar. The Gaymers (no Magners) and 2 bottles of Becks I ordered came to £10.90, so make what you want from that about the price of drinks if anything. I was bemused why the barman had to act like he was in a circus by juggling glasses and bottles when all I wanted was to be served promptly.

The décor reminded me of an All Bar One and there was a bloke playing a piano in the bar section singing away to Ocean Colour Scene, Blur and Kaiser Chiefs songs to name a few. He should consider X Factor next year! A DJ eventually replaced him and played a mixture of tunes, but not any R&B or cheese music.

Despite the relaxed atmosphere, the problem was that this place was far too crowded. We therefore ended up staying in the same spot for ages, with it being difficult to move around other than a trip to the toilets. From where I was standing, however, it seemed to be full of blokes anyway, so probably not a place I would come again to search for H-Files. Yet I liked the idea of how the entrance to the toilets is disguised as a wall and there was also no toilet attendant present!

Searching_for_H_Files - 20 Nov 2006 10:43
We went there after our booking at the Ice Bar in Heddon St, & it was a really lively place with a good atmosphere. The doormen were friendly & chatty & the music, although a bit cheesy pop was good! A few hen nights going on but the drinks were served quickly & the open fireplace was a nice welcome after 3/4 hr of -5 degree temperature!
We'll be going back again!
NWLondon_Girl - 26 Feb 2006 01:12

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