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Bob Bob Ricard unveils new Club Room

Bob Bob Ricard, the iconic Soho restaurant famous for pouring more champagne and Chateau d’Yquem than any other establishment in the UK, has undergone £3 million works to create an extraordinary new 74-seater Club Room located on the lower ground floor.

The restaurant, which is consistently ranked by Zagat among the top five dining room interiors in London, serves a luxury English and Russian menu to an eclectic clientele in London’s most glamorous all-booth dining room.

Meticulously executed to this original David Collins’ design, the Club Room features Orient Express inspired booths tiered around the mahogany-inlaid backgammon-patterned intimate dance floor.

The decadence of the décor is accentuated by red-and-gold leather banquettes, burgundy marble tables and bar counter and bespoke Ikat wallpaper. Needless to say, there is also a “Press for Champagne” button on every table.

The Club Room will open for dinner Thursday to Saturday and will offer the full restaurant menu and wine list.

Commented owner Leonid Shutov: “We wanted to offer the class and sophistication of old-school dining clubs like Annabel’s but without the membership requirement.

“We aim at customers who wish to have a lively night out without having to compromise on the quality of food, wine or service. It is a very grown-up club.

“Acoustics are paramount. Our guests want to easily carry on a conversation around the table, so no expense was spared to ensure they can be heard over the music without raising their voice - even with the night in full swing.

”We want the Club Room to become London’s ultimate destination for vivacious dinners, music and champagne.”

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