Where high-technology meets high-jinks!
Where is it?
On Kingly Street (between Carnaby Street and Regent Street), 24 is a short walk from Oxford Circus or Piccadilly Circus tube stations.
What's it like?
The proliferation of reality TV rejects (yes, Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace, I mean you) makes you want to approach this venue pretty cynically, but there are certain stand-out aspects that stop you from doing so. Most noticeable is the bench between the bar and seating area with a technological light show - move your hand across it to catch butterflies, see flowers blossom or just create odd geometric shapes! When you're drunk, this particular area will take on a whole new level of fascination. Because of the high percentage of WAGs, WAG wannabes and glamour models, the crowd is up-for-it, downing shots and dancing around the tables while meeting new people, before resting on one of the bed-like seats when it all gets too much.
Why does Johnny Ikon love it?
In an era where clubs are increasingly identikit 24 comes at nightlife with an 'angle' and that makes it worthy of Johnny Ikon's approval.
A sophisticated twist on contemporary Japanese dining
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Global cuisine for the global traveller
London's best-known restaurant, you'll spot every star here from reality z-listers to the cream of the crop
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