They had been invited by one of the promoters and had been assured space on the guestlist. West End clubs are dressy, and the group were ready for a night out—pre-drink selfies had been taken in tight polo-necks with clutch bags. However, when they got there, two of the women, Reshia McFarlane-Tapping, 27, and Tasha Campbell, 28, were asked to stand across the road so a manager could see them.
Please refresh the page and retry. But Gordon Ramsay has now found himself caught up in a row over cultural appropriation after his new restaurant was accused of tokenism and lazy stereotyping. However, critics have been quick to point out that the restaurant, which will open in Mayfair, does not appear to have any Asian chefs and seems to mangle together Chinese and Japanese cooking with little proper appreciation for either, distinct, culture.
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That Champagne-smashing moment from the movie happened outside this very venue. Head downstairs to the expansive basement club that hosts international artists and DJs, catering to the most fabulous of crowds. Best for: Live music and a boogie after Oxford Arts is a battler.
With its ground breaking Pan Asian Menu, chick nightclub vibe and house music no credible it would create a best-selling record label in its wake, it soon became the venue of choice for the city beau monde. Now to this illustrious list can be added the gorgeous Buddhabar Restaurant London in the heart of Knightsbridge. The first solo project for brand co-founder Tarja Visan, Buddha-Bar London marks something of a departure from previous openings.
Still, even if none of this had happened, Fabric would be entirely worth heading to. Once you've made it through the airport-style security checkpoints, you're free to get lost in its subterranean bowels, free of any phone signal but full of clubland delights. London might not be huge on Ibiza-style clubs but Egg brings them to mind over its three floors, with light shows and throbbing bass, darkened rooms and plenty to drink.
With three floors and a capacity for more than 1, party-goers, Heaven is a legendary London club. Look out for fun club nights such as Popcorn on Mondays and the flagship Heaven G-A-Y night on Saturdays, plus a regular line-up of live music events at this central London club near Charing Cross station. If you're feeling peckish, make sure to check out its tasty burgers, pizzas and platters before partying into the night.
Chinawhite was a nightclub in central London. The original club was located between Piccadilly Circus and Soho but the club closed in December due to the building being sold. In there was a partial rebrand and name change to "Libertine by Chinawhite   ". It is part of the wider Chinawhite group which owns and operates a selection of nightclubs including Chinawhite Manchester .
When it comes to offering an authentic flavour of Asia, you just know that London's got it covered. The capital is bursting at the seams with quirky and charismatic Asian-themed venues just waiting to be tried, so whether you're looking for an indulgent feast at a top Chinese eatery or hoping to kick back and relax in a secretive Vietnamese drinking den, there's something for you. Check out our hand-picked selection of the best Asian bars in London!