Chinatown is getting a ‘hidden’ Vietnamese themed cocktail bar you must visit!

Why not head to London’s Chinatown and undercover this new gem!

New opening Viet Lounge has a secret cocktail bar tucked off the street and away from all the hustle and bustle of London.

On the on the third floor of Viet Food, the bar is run by mixologist Alex Looi (formerly Head Barman at The Dorchester Hotel, Park Chinois and Hakkasan).

On the menu is drinks like Voodoo made with vodka, Cognac & pear liqueur, peach bitter, homemade clove with anise and Szechuan pepper syrup, lychee juice, raspberry, blackberry & lemongrass.

Or the Black Magic which mixes vodka with coffee liqueur, pistachio syrup & homemade coconut milk.

It’s also got some fab bar snacks, with Vietnamese small plates from the restaurant, run by the former Hakkaasan Mayfair Head Chef Jeff Tan.

There’s Viet Mystery Olives, Hanoi beef braised in fish sauce with a black pepper crumble, Sweet corn crab balls grilled with basil chilli sauce, Glazed chicken wings with lemongrass, fresh turmeric and fish sauce and Crispy soft shell crab with five spices herbs.

Visit 34-36 Wardour Street, Soho W1D 6QT, or book on their website.

You bring the rum, I'll bring the raspberries. Perfect daiquiris all round.