Met Bar (London) Reviews
Description:Metropolitan Hotel, Park Lane, W1. +44 (0)20 7447 1000.
Newest Review: ... in the early evening all the un-cool kids are kicked out. I have never been around for this ceremony, so I don’t know whether they get asked to leave or whether anyone with the cash, the nerve, and the bladder for it can hold a sit in from mid afternoon until the club crowd kick in. Once the Met Bar door police decide it is evening then it is virtually impossible for non-members to ... more
Customer Met Bar (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 22/07/00, updated on 22/07/00 (Very useful, 213 readings)
The Met Bar is located inside the Metropolitan on Old Park Lane, by Hyde Park Corner, squeezed between the Inter Continental and the London Hilton. During the day you can stop in for lunch with drinks, or coffee. Prices aren’t too obscene for this part of town, but if you are on a budget, keep on walking. Expect to pay £50 for burgers and beers for two. They do, however, offer a wonderful range of freshly squeezed fruit juice cocktails, again not cheap, but delicious and actually good for you. At some point in the early evening all the un-cool kids are kicked out. I have never been around for this ceremony, so I don’t know whether they ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/00, updated on 14/06/00 (Somewhat useful, 147 readings)
What a load of b****cks! With a door policy stricter than a mother superior with the decorators in, just to get into the Met Bar is an achievement. two drinks down £12 spent, what a rip off. Full of poseurs, pricks and flouncy, flaunting so-called pop stars - Sophie Dahl, whoooow! it has a clientiele that induces instant vomit. No atmostphere, crap tunes - just nose candy junkies trying to be in the right place at the right time. If you get the chance go, burn it down and forever be a hero. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/00, updated on 06/06/00 (Useful, 162 readings)
Now, there are not many times that you turn up to a bar and can honestly say that the atmosphere has HONESTLY ruined your night. I walked into the Met bar and saw a man in skin tight leopard skin trousers rubbing himself in a most lascivious manner and then thrust his sweaty palpy arm around his 'lady' and licked her cheek. Some welcome. Not that this would have put me off necessarily, but I have rarely been confronted by such a collection of self important 'toffers' in my life. I had heard about this bar. Very exclusive, very high profile, very you get the picture. However, I have never been so let down in all my days. It looked like the 151 ... Read the complete review
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