This should be a great club, but the attitude of the management let it down so badly that I will never go back again.
Firstly, the club itself. It's a nice venue in that it is well laid out both upstairs and downstairs. I was with a group who had a table so the treatment was good up until that point.
However, I spent more than £700 on only 2 bottles of alcohol (I was told you can't buy individual drinks), and for that money the return was appalling.
My main issue was with the club manager, a French guy called Fred, who I happened to bump into in the smoking area. He was, without doubt, the most arrogant man I have ever met in the clubbing industry, and was the only reason I left the club with a bad impression. His attitude towards me, despite spending close to a grand, was that I was a "small time player" and that I should somehow be grateful just to be there. He initiated a conversation with me after hearing me comment on the fact that a bottle of Havana 7 - which costs around £20 in most places - was being sold for around £250. An extraordinary markup no doubt, but the response of the management was so condescending that it made me angry for the rest of the night and actually ruined what had been - up until that point - an expensive but enjoyable evening.
Now am I wrong in thinking that a manager's job is to ensure that every customer is having a good time? In which case he failed his job spectacularly, and even though I was in a group that spent close to £5000 that night, I was made to feel like absolute rubbish. There is no justification for this attitude, especially in the current economic climate, and I am bitterly disappointed that management would behave in such an unprofessional and arrogant manner.
My recommendation to anyone is to avoid this club like the plague. You will be charged a fortune and the people taking your money have absolutely zero respect for their customers. There are so many clubs in London with a better attitude. Avoid!