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The Telegraph Says...
...the house cocktails are the thing at Three Eight Four, if you’re brave enough to trust the “experimental techniques and boutique spirits” the bartenders go in for. There’s an exotic homage to the site’s predecessors called the Bombay Kitchen, with Opihr Indian spiced gin and Koko Kanu rum (plus coriander, mint, Tabasco and mango juice).
The sole bartender was kept at a gallop all evening; service was well-mannered throughout. Our Smoked Manhattan (£7) arrived in a solo-sized cocktail shaker; take the lid off to pour, and clove-scented smoke curled away from the Rittenhouse Rye within...The grazing menu chases every trend down to create on-trend small plates. Among our favourites were the sticky ribs, the reuben slider, and the ’nduja with ricotta and quail’s egg on toast, all costing around a fiver.
The cocktails are the star of the show – there’s a whole old-school book of classics but BarChick recommends getting down with the kids and tasting your way through their innovative seasonal menu. Who doesn’t love Four In The Pink? A frothy mix of Campari, amaretto, Cointreau, peach bitters and egg white.