306 Earls Court Road, London SW5 9BA
“Welcome to Mango Lounge, an intimate late night bar and club, conveniently situated minutes from Earls Court underground station & Exhibition Centre. You’ll find an inviting, relaxed and unpretentious cocktail bar on the ground floor. In the...” more...
13 reviews of McQueen in English
Service is charming but this time slightly rushed, although I shouldn't be surprised as we did agree to be away from the table within 2 hours. We were handed our bill after an hour without asking for it, which I find a little pushy, but maybe that's me.
The bar was lively and again staffed by charmers. We found it very friendly, although being post-work suited up we felt a bit on the unglamorous side. Heels and make-up required for next time.
All in all a very nice experence again.
One thing though - why do none of the toilet door locks work? Is it a policy?
Yes real problem with bouncers and lots of “orange people” (earlier review made me laugh).
The entrance fee is completely arbitrary: true.
On the positive side, they tend to play good house music.
There are better choices in the area.
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First impression wasn’t good. The bouncers spontaneously invented a cover charge which the group infront hadn’t had to pay. It wasn’t even 9pm…
Overall, drinks were overpriced and the crowd wasn’t all that great (a lot of orange people…). I’ll steer clear next time.
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I went here with a couple of lads from work for Paddys day celebrations, and have been few times before with different crowds. The drinks were good, the music and the venue is nice but it is expensive for what it offers both drink and entry. Like the upstairs more than the club downstairs.
McQueen has quickly become my new favourite place in Shoreditch. I absolutely love the vibe there, stylish without being pretentious, extensive list of drinks without the West End prices, and fantastic burlesque entertainment on Thursday nights. I also enjoy sitting there in the afternoon, enjoying the free WI-FI and a nice and chilled glass of wine. Highly recommend it!
Best place to celebrate the Royal Wedding and Bank Holiday Weekend. Went here on Thursday for their regular night and had the most amazing time! The acts were out of this world something different and what you wouldnt expect, really keeping us entertained. And the drinks and food were exceptional!! Defo found my new Thursday night out.
I'm hoping to come back here another time for a better experience, but when I went for a food tasting, there were a lot of hiccups. Granted they are new at food, but they did not explain what most of the food was, did not tell us when we were done, and the food was just ok. I've wanted to come for an after-work drink but they're closed on Mondays, when I've tried to go.
I really enjoyed this place! I came here with a few friends last weekend for a birthday, and we got an unexpected surprise.
Like the two famous McQueens, this bar managed to capture that same cool vibe with its high ceilings, old-fashioned leather couches, sleek tables and painted-black bar. The staff was great and the drinks delicious, but I really enjoyed the glamourous feel and lively atmosphere most.
All in all, it was a great night, and I want to return soon!
To be fair, the bar looks nice and the club is great.
The main problem is the staff: they are rude and they try to overcharge you. If you don't pay, they start intimidating you by calling the bouncers. They would not want to let me go so I ended up paying the outrageous bill to get out and then called my bank to cancel the payment.
By far, the worst place I've been in London.
The bitch is back! Rising up from the ashes like Whitney Houston's solo career McQueen promises to be everything the Tabernacle Bar was and more. I popped down on an impromptu visit last week for launch night, the long lenses rimming the windows. I was greeted by a raucous, riotous bunch of wannabees screeching 'Looooook, Kate Moss is in the lambo behind!' Do I look bover'd? No.
After arduous, validated protestations of guestlist we were inside, main room burlesque but downstairs the action simmered into a cauldron of activity as a Frankenstein-esque duo twisted knobs and switches to press all my buttons. Although, and I quote "the ceiling resembled Glasgow marble (polished concrete), accentuated with what looked like a Chesterfield Sofa throwing up on the walls." My good company kept me suitably enthralled as I shimmied to the pow beat, staving off stares from curious onlookers. The posthumously-named club has all the fundamental qualities of a Shoso success, unashamedly brash, haute couture and jagged-edged.
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