This is a genuinely terrible venue. The trouble started before I even entered, with door staff cheerlessly barking the entrance fee at me, then ushering me to the place you buy them, which was unmanned. They created a huge drama to get someone there to take my money from me, then unceremoniously ushered me inside. Once inside, I was greeted by a large crowd of men and a dozen or so Romanian girls, mingling to try and encourage the men to buy dancers. It had a sad and desperate atmosphere to it, interspersed only by downbeat looking staff demanding pound coins from everyone in attendance, so we could watch a below-average looking girl performing a below-average dance.
Before long, I was accosted by one of the girls who persuaded me to have a dance with her, for £20. The dance was ok, but essentially acted as a sales pitch to go 'VIP' in a sofa area where "nobody could see" where "anything could happen". I agreed, at a cost of £100, plus £20 for the cheapest, most low-quality bottle of wine you can imagine (she actually agreed to pay for it, since I wasn't prepared to stump up ten times the value for something neither of us wanted to drink).
The VIP area turned out to be on a stage, in full view of everyone. "Anything could happen" turned out to be this girl slating the club and everyone who works in it, demanding a massage and then starting a conversation with somebody else. I counted my losses and left.
In a nutshell: this is an expensive dive. It will leave you much lighter in the wallet, but is about as unerotic and charmless as you can imagine. It's basically a stereo-type of what this place ought not to be.