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NT's

  • London Fields
  • Late Night
  • ££

A huge open plan space overlooking the railway with great drinks and a fantastic disco-dancefloor soundtrack.

Information

Address
1 Westgate Street, London, E8 3RL
Opening Times
Mon-Tue CLOSED
Wed-Thu 17.00-00.00
Fri-Sat 17.00-01.30
Sun CLOSED
Insider Information
The bartenders will whip up anything you fancy - they're good like that!

Reviews

  • Evening Standard

    Evening Standard Says…

    NT’s takes a little finding, but it’s worth the detective work and justifies the three hundred flights of stairs you’ll have to tackle just to get to this east London loft, where you’re greeted by low seats, neon signs and glorious smells coming from Morty & Bob’s half-open kitchen. Give in to the temptation: the toasties are a must, but pig out and have both the padron peppers and parmesan truffle fries with aioli as well. They’re too good to feel guilty about... But bring people you like, NT's too good to waste on a polite drink with the office.

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  • Time Out

    Time Out Says…

    It’s like hanging out at the New York-style apartment of a friend who’s cooler and more successful than you. NT’s cocktail list includes interesting twists while managing to remain unfussy: no bells and whistles for the sake of it. Bar staff get through a small forest of straws with their perfectionist tasting – bad for the environment but good for your tastebuds. The Con Man – fusing rum, bitters, ginger and whisky – tastes seductively medicinal but trust us: it’ll do you more harm than good in the long run. Coriander Southside had an interesting herbal bite, but not enough to make us feel like we’d stumbled into a curry house. Cocktails range from £8 to £9.50.

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  • Conde Nast Traveller

    Conde Nast Traveller Says…

    Neon signs hum, trains rumble past the second-floor window and the city lights blink in the distance. It's a little piece of Brooklyn in our very own East London... Fail-safe cocktails include the bittersweet negroni and Back From the Ashes (an Espresso Martini that does what it says on the tin). For those with a more adventurous palate, try the smoky Chasing Tales (mezcal, Aperol, Maraschino liqueur shaken with a splash of fiery ginger beer and fresh lemon juice). There's also a strong wall of spirits and the knowledgeable bartenders are more than happy to whip up an off-menu tipple.

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