Ruby Blue Bar (London) Reviews
Newest Review: ... was great. There were 32 of us, and it was a bit of a squash, I don't think it could comfortably have seated anymore. If we had thought about it we would have bought our wine at the bar during Happy Hour, but we didn't, so paid £16.95 for a pleasant Pinot Grigio (prices started at £13.50 for the house wines). There were plenty of options across the price ranges as well as quite a broad list of champagnes and sparking wines. As we were such a large party we had been asked to pre-order our food from a selected menu at a price of £22.95 per head. Although it wasn't as vast as the regular menu, and the more expensive dishes weren't incl... more
Customer Ruby Blue Bar (London) Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/02/10 (Very useful, 153 readings)
I was recently invited to celebrate a friend's milestone birthday at the Ruby Blue bar in London's West End. This bar is in an excellent location, just off of Leicester Square; the front part overlooks the Square and would be a great people-watching spot in the summer. We arrived at about 6.45pm on a Saturday evening, and walked straight in. There is a doorman but he wasn't worried about us, as it was fairly early, and there were some pretty, scantily glad young girls standing outside smoking who he could chat up. We spotted our friends just inside the bar area and went over to join them, I briefly wondered why they were standing by the draught from the ... Read the complete review
by ramafon - written on 27/01/10
They lost my coat: it was on the cloakroom and they handled it to another customer. It was this last 1st of January, they wanted me to go home like that! The security staff and the Manager were so rude that I wholeheartedly recommend you not to go to this place. As a matter of fact, they didn“t want to speak to me, either they asked to a MALE to talk to.Their customer service is such a rubbish that is everything but a service or a place to go for fun.I am still trying to get in touch with them and they even don“t answer my emails or phone calls.It is the worst service I have ever received.
by - written on 13/04/09 (Very useful, 190 readings)
Ruby Blue is a bar and restaurant just off Leicester Square opposite the Prince Charles cinema. On a weekend you would need to get on the guest list after about 10pm as this place can get packed. Personally I'm not that keen on it for Friday or Saturday nights as it gets so busy and I'm getting older! However during the week after work or for some early evening cocktails with friends this place is great. From 5pm to 8pm everynight it is Happy Hour which means cocktails are only £3.95 each or you can get a jug of cocktails for £9 instead of £15.95. The cocktails are quite strong, made well and taste delicious! There is a good range - one of my ... Read the complete review
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