A head for heights is essential if you’re visiting the City’s most elevated Champagne bar, & not just because of the panoramic views over the capital from the top of the former NatWest Tower. With fizz starting at Â£51 for Philippe d’Albecourt Brut & climbing close to Â£800 for a magnum of Krug Clos du Mesnil 1990, the bill can be dizzying. Best stick to the short, global wine list if you’re watching the pennies – though even a glass of vin de pays rosÃ© will set you back Â£8. The short menu plays second fiddle to the drinks, but alongside the refined nibbles & canapÃ© selection you will also find robust stomach-fillers such as roast free-range pork fillet with tomatoes, spring onions & marjoram dressing. You get the most spectacular view looking west over St Paul’s, so book well in advance to bag the best seats.
Vertigo 42’s champagne bar is located 590 feet above street level offering panoramic views over London. Located on Level 42 of the former Nat West Tower, the London skyline is the big draw, though this is wonderfully enhanced by the chic decor and super stylish ambience. Drink-wise, there’s a superb choice of champagnes on offer, and the top notch bar food has been inspired by Gary Rhodes Twenty Four menus.
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